Inland Revenue


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Inland Revenue

(in Britain and New Zealand) a government board that administers and collects major direct taxes, such as income tax, corporation tax, and capital gains tax
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A notification issued by the tax department stated that Habibullah Khan, a BS 21 officer of IRS (Inland Revenue Service), currently working as Chief Commissioner Inland Revenue Large Taxpayers Unit Islamabad has been transferred as member IR Operations FBR headquarters Islamabad.
As per official details, the action has been taken by the tobacco squad of Regional Tax Office (RTO) Peshawar operating under the supervision of Inland Revenue Enforcement Network.
Counsel for the NTS Murtaza Pirzada alleged that the Inland Revenue Department officials had seized all the 45 computers, whereas financial record was saved in only four.
Adnan Randhawa represented Inland Revenue while Murtaza Pirzada was present in the court on behalf of NTS.
A sample of these was then sent by Inland Revenue to a collection agency.
A taxpayer stated that due to the actions of Inland Revenue, millions of dollars are lost to the economy.
I know that she missed her colleagues at the Inland Revenue because from what she said they had so much fun; they had a real hoot.
Tin; Inland Revenue was said by the House of Lords today in be fully justified in snatching thousands of documents from the firm and has effectively been given a licence lo snoop.
They then had to apply to Inland Revenue directly for GST registration.
Bates' plans to regain power at Elland Road after placing the club in administration in early May have been legally challenged by the Inland Revenue, who are owed pounds 7.
LEEDS have increased their offer to the Inland Revenue from pounds 77,000 to pounds 616,000 in a last-ditch attempt to avoid a legal challenge to the football club being re-sold to Ken Bates.
The Channel 4 stars are in talks with the Inland Revenue believed to be over a tax code issue dating back to the 1990s.
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