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*ISLAMABAD: Senate Standing Committee on Finance, Revenue and Economic Affairs in its Tuesday meeting further discussed the amendments in Customs Act 1969, Sales Tax Act 1990, Income Tax Ordinance 2001, Federal Excise Tax 2005 as part of the Finance Supplementary (Amendment) Bill, 2018.*

The meeting was chaired by Senator Farooq Hamid Naek here at the Parliament House on Tuesday and was attended among others by Senators Mohsin Aziz, Khanzada Khan, Haroon Akhtar Khan, Dr. Musadiq Malik, Muhammad Ateeq Sheikh, Muhammad Akram, Minister of State for Revenue and officers from FBR and customs.

The committee approved the amendments relating to the tobacco industry, import duty on vehicles more than 1800cc engine power, tax deduction exemption for non-filers while doing transaction to the Dam-Fund, bringing the percentage of tax deduction for non-filers on bank transactions to 0.6%.

The amendment regarding revised tax rates on salaried and non-salaried incomes was passed with amendment in the last slabs of both categories.

Tax rate on highest slab of non-salaried income was recommended to be changed from 29 to 25 percent and the tax rate on highest slab of salaried income was recommended to be changed from 25 to 20 percent.