FBR serves Rs992m discover to non-public TV channel in alleged tax evasion case | Pakistan

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ISLAMABAD: The Federal Board of Income (FBR) on Monday served a discover to ARY Communications Restricted and raised a tax demand of Rs992 million towards the tv channel. 

The income board claims that the entity evaded tens of tens of millions in taxes by means of misrepresentation, concealment and misuse of exemptions, thereby inflicting a considerable loss to the nationwide exchequer.

The order follows an in depth change with ARY Communications wherein the media home was unable to clear the accusations leveled towards it by the FBR. 

The FBR investigation states {that a} Dubai-based agency named ARY FZLLC undertook transactions with Pakistan-based ARY Communications and ARY Movies and TV Productions beneath a enterprise settlement. 

The tripartite settlement was utilised to permit the three corporations to settle their receivables and payables in Pakistan on behalf ARY FZLLC by means of an alleged fraudulent scheme.   

The group tax evaluation confirmed that the ARY group obtained exemptions by claiming to export locally-produced content material to the offshore entity with a purpose to evade native taxes.

Nevertheless, the content material was then subsequently purchased from the identical Dubai entity, ARY FZLLC, after which telecast in Pakistan. This allowed ARY to make transactions in billions with out paying taxes on them. 

In keeping with a report in The Information, the ARY group has solely replied to one of many 4 allegations leveled towards it by the FBR and mentioned that the income board had not made right price comparisons. 



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