About FBR Filer
The initiative aims to simplify the tax filing process for individuals; especially salaried class, and to promote the culture of documentation in Pakistan. Fbr filer makes tax filing easy for the common man who have little or no financial knowledge, without having need to engage expensive tax consultants.
Fbr Filer is a joint initiative of team of leading tax professionals and technology enthusiasts. The initiative aims to simplify tax return filing process for individuals; especially salaried class, and promote the culture of documentation. It aims to enhance the number of tax filers in the interest of enhancing tax base of the country, at the same time, reduce huge cost to ordinary citizens who have to suffer cost of being non-filers.
Deputy Comissioner FBR (Rtd)
He served FBR for more than 38 years. He has grip on tax laws with specialization in corporate affairs
Assistant Comissioner FBR (Rtd)
He served FBR for more than 37 years. He has grip on tax laws and appeal cases.
Advocate High Court)
Tax laws expert with expertise in corporate matter (Company and Trade Mark etc.).
MBABanking & Finanace
He has more than 10 years of experience in tax laws with expertises in Sales Tax matters etc.
Frequently Asked Questions
NTN stands for National Tax Number allotted by the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) on fulfillment of certain requirements.
In case of business:-
- Latest paid electricity Bill
- Ownership Proof / Rent deed of business premises, as the case may be.
In case of Salaried Person:-
- NTN of the Employer and
- Salary Slip
Before allotment of NTN you need to enroll yourself with FBR. For this purpose you are required
- CNIC Number
- Active mobile number registered to your owne name.
- Active Email address.
After allotment of NTN, Congratulations! Your business is registered with FBR. Now you can do business.
The Tax return is a document contained on your income for all sources and expenses thereon and details of your Assets liabilities.
On completion of a financial year starts from 1st July and ends on 30th June of each year. For companies normally it starts from 1st January and ends on 31st December of each year.
No! You are required to file your income tax return to become a filer.
After filing of Income Tax Return for latest year within due time you will become filer.
Normally 30th September for business and 31st August for salary is last date of return file.
- Income from Salary
- Income from Business
- Income from Property
- Capital Gains
- Income from Other Sources
FBR allowed to a businessman to assess his income and expenses by own self and pay due taxes accordingly. This mechanism is called Universal Self-Assessment Scheme.