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No concession to randomly selected cases for audit: FBR

No concession to randomly selected cases for audit: FBR

ISLAMABAD: Federal Board of Revenue will not grant any relief, special concession or relaxation to the cases selected for audit through random computer balloting for Tax Year 2012.

Sources said that the registered persons, selected for audit, should cooperate with tax officers for completion of their audit in a routine manner.

FBR has no intention to give any kind of relief to cases selected for audit through random computer ballot, sources said. Some experts presumed that FBR might announce some relief to the cases selected for audit. However, officials clarified that routine process would be adopted for completion of their audit and assessment.

FBR had selected a total of 41,727 cases for audit without applying any parameters through random computer balloting. The Board had conducted computer ballot for selection of Income Tax, Sales Tax and Federal Excise Returns cases for audit.