KARACHI: The Model Customs Collectorate (MCC) of Appraisement-West has collected Rs 16.30 billion revenue in November under the heads of customs duty, sales tax, federal excise duty (FED) and income tax.
According to details, the Appraisement-West has collected Rs 16.30 billion in November against its set target of Rs 16.21 billion with an increase of Rs 87.03 million.
As per the revenue statistics, the Appraisement-West collected Rs 5751.42 million customs duty against target of Rs 6336.51 million with a shortfall of Rs 585.09million.
The Appraisement-West collected Rs 7436.21 million sales tax in November against target of Rs 6872.81 million with an increase of Rs 563.40million.
Similarly, the Appraisement-West collected Rs122.27 million FED in November against target of Rs 134.13 million with a shortfall of Rs 11.86 million.
The Appraisement-West collected Rs 2990.43 million income tax in November against target of Rs 2869.85 million with an increase of Rs 120.58 million.
The authorities concerned of Appraisement-West have forwarded the revenue collection figures to the Federal Board of Revenue Headquarters.
Appraisement-West Collector Muhammad Saleem has directed the authorities concerned of the collectorate to ensure proper check on revenue leakages in terms of misdeclaration, under-invoicing and tax-evasion through effective measures.