LAHORE: After the successful roll-out of RIMS (Restaurant Invoice Monitoring System), Punjab Revenue Authority (PRA) has now developed Beauty Parlours Invoice Monitoring System (BIMS) which has been done in collaboration with the Punjab Information Technology Board.
To increase revenue of the department PRA has listed more than one hundred famous beauty saloons that are located in posh areas of the city.
Earlier a meeting in this regard was held with Hair and Beauty Salon’s Association at PRA main building, Lahore. Representatives of Hair and Beauty Salon’s Association were formally invited to get themselves updated on the recent developments. A number of leading members from Hair and Beauty Salon’s Association attended the meeting.
Recently, the PRA initiated a summary wherein a reduced rate scheme for the beauty parlours has been approved by the government of Punjab. At present, registration in beauty services sector stands only at 287 registered tax payers yielding about Rs3 million to Rs4 million a month.