RSM Pakistan

Tax

Stay on top of tax changes.

If you’re a global business juggling the complex and diverse tax rules of multiple markets, it can be hard to stay on top. We offer in-depth, up-to-date knowledge of the relevant local rules and regulations. Through collaboration with our tax professionals across all relevant jurisdictions, we are able to provide you with seamless solutions.

We give you practical, commercially-focused and socially responsible advice from our most experienced tax experts. Together, we’re dedicated to finding the best possible tax solutions for your business, while always acting with the highest level of integrity and concern for your reputation.

 

Significant Amendments In Companies (Amendment) Ordinance, 2020

RSM Pakistan's purpose in the release of this document is to provide our valued clients a detail of the significant amendments introduced to the Companies Act 2017 through the Companies (Amendment) Ordinance, 2020 promulgated on April 30, 2020.

Mini Budget Commentary - 2018

This commentry published for our clients and staff is based on on the review of the Mini Budget 2018. To download and read this publication please folow the link below.

Passing The Torch

After years of diligent and steadfast service, the Managing Partner of the Firm, Mr. Wiqar Avais has decided to hang up his gloves and retire from the position of the Managing Partner. He led the firm as a Managing Partner for a vigil of 30 long years.

Supplementary Budget Insight 2018

This commentry published for our clients and staff is based on on the review of the Budget 2018. To download and read this publication please folow the link below. Supplimentary Budget Insight 2018

Budget 2018 - Securing Success

As previously the Tax team here at RSM Pakistan has reviewed the Finance Bill, 2018 which upon enactment with or without modification shall be issued as Finance Act, 2018.

Budget 2017 - Navigating the maze

DOWNLOAD BUDGET 2017 - AN INSIGHT    

Brief Overview - Voluntary Taxpayers Compliance Scheme (VTCS)

Pakistan has constantly faced the problem of revenue collection due to problems in bringing its citizens under the tax net. The largest untapped sector consist of traders who historically have never declared their income and paid the tax due thereon. Trader bodies attributed this gap mainly to the high level of complexity of income tax return system and the intricacies of the tax laws.