Valuation of concealed assets for income tax recovery

Valuation of concealed assets for income tax recovery

KARACHI: Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) shall conduct valuation for the purpose of income tax recovery on those assets which were identified as concealed.

According to Income Tax Rules, 2002, the valuation of concealed assets as under Section 111 of Income Tax Ordinance, 2001 would be taken as:

(1) The valuation of immovable property for the purposes of section 111 shall be taken to be-

(a) the fair market value of immovable property shall be the value notified by the Board under sub-section (4) of section 68 of the Income Tax Ordinance, 2001, in respect of area or areas specified in the said notifications;

(b) if the fair market value of any immovable property of any area or areas has not been determined by the Board in the notification referred to in sub-section (4) of section 68, the fair market value of such immovable property shall be deemed to be the value fixed by the District Officer (Revenue) or provincial or any other authority authorized in this behalf for the purposes of stamp duty; and

(c) in the case of agricultural land, the value shall be equal to the average sale price of the sales recorded in the revenue record of the estate in which the land is situated for the relevant period or time;

(d) if in a case sale price recorded in the instrument of sale of any property is higher than the fair market value as determined under clauses (a), (b) and (c), the applicable price shall be higher of the two; and

(e) in the case of sale price of any auctioned property or the fair market value as determined under clauses (a), (b) and (c), the higher price shall be applicable.

(2) For the purposes of section 111 and subject to sub-rule (2), the value of motor cars and jeeps shall be determined in the following manner, namely:-

(a) the value of the new imported car or jeep shall be the C.I.F. value of such car or the jeep, as the case may be, plus the amount of all charges, customs-duty, sales tax, levies, octroi fees and other duties and taxes leviable thereon and the costs incurred till its registration;

(b) the value of a new car or jeep purchased from the manufacturer or assembler or dealer in Pakistan, shall be the price paid by the purchaser, including the amount of all charges, customs-duty, sales tax and other taxes, levies, octroi, fees and all other duties and taxes leviable thereon and the costs incurred till its registration;

(c) the value of used car or jeep imported into Pakistan shall be the import price adopted by the customs authorities for the purposes of levy of customs-duty plus freight, insurance and all other charges, sales tax, levies octroi, fees and other duties and taxes leviable thereon and the costs incurred till its registration.

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