FBR officials anticipate 35 pc more tax return this year in Multan.

MULTAN -- Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) officials have recorded 30 per cent increase in the number of tax returns filed so far in Multan region compared to last year and hoped it might reach 35 per cent with cut off date just days away.

Deputy commissioner inland revenue, Regional Tax Office (RTO) Multan Shah Jahan Durrani told reporter that people were paying taxes and filing returns despite destruction caused by floods and attributed this development to rising awareness among the people.

Moreover, FBR has also introduced digital mode of payments for convenience of tax payers, Durrani said adding that traders and industrialists also had the facility to asses taxes themselves and pay.

Tax returns can also be filed...

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