At a time when Pakistan’s economy is grappling with political uncertainty, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) reiterated its earlier demand asking Islamabad for changes in personal income tax (PIT), Dawn reported.
An IMF staff mission held a first round of discussions with tax officials last week and raised the issue of reforms in the PIT to raise maximum revenue, especially from salary incomes. Last year, the government rejected a similar IMF request.
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