Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Budget 2010-201: ACCA Pakistan organises a public platform for open debate

Budget 2010-2011
ACCA Pakistan organises a public platform for open debate

Maintaining its practice of submitting budget proposals to the Federal Board of Revenue, ACCA Pakistan proposals 2010-2011 for Federal Budget 2010 titled "Supporting Fair Taxation" endorses the government's efforts by outlining practical recommendations aimed at establishing a fair taxation system by widening the tax base to create a system that is perceived as socially equitable and nurtures a culture of voluntary tax payment. Cognisant of current economic priorities, ACCA Pakistan's budget proposals outline proposals for a taxation system conducive to local industrial resurgence, which will address environmental challenges and attract foreign investment so as to manage the national and global economic challenges.

ACCA Pakistan is organising a Pre-budget Discuss on 15 April 2010 in Avari Hotel, Lahore and on 17 April 2010 in Sheraton Hotel, Karachi. This Budget Discuss will be mainly focusing upon the remedy of current challenges existing in the economy. The panelists in Lahore will include Mr Shahid Naseem, Chief Commissioner, Large Taxpayer's Unit, Lahore, Mr Muhammad Arshad, Vice President, First Fidelity Leasing Modaraba, Mr Asad Feroze, Partner, Muniff Ziauddin Junaidy & Co. Chartered Accountants, Ms Aasia Saail Khan, Chairman, Women Entrepreneurs Development, Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The panelists in Karachi will include Mr Asrar Rauf, Member Direct Taxes, Federal Board of Revenue, Mr Arif Masud Mirza, Head of ACCA Pakistan, Mr Kaiser Bengaliwala, Advisor to Chief Minister, Planning and Development Department and Mr Abdul Majid, President, Karachi Chambers of Commerce and Industry.for business - creating sustainable value www.accaglobal.com/accountants_business<http://www.accaglobal.com/accountants_business>
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