standard rate


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standard rate

n (Fin) (of income tax) → aliquota di base
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Average standard rate calculated from provincial standard rates on services and federal standard rate on goods for the period 2010-11 to 2017-18 has been applied.
During yesterday's workshop on financial services, it was disclosed that services provided for a fee, including account management, certain trade finance services and fund management, would be subject to standard rate VAT.
The following supplies are specifically excluded from this treatment and will therefore be subject to VAT at the standard rate:
The minimum standard rate prevents excessive divergence in VAT rates in the member states.
However, if the car you bought cost more than PS40,000 at the time of registration, there's an additional rate to take into consideration - and this is applied on top of the standard rate. It's PS310, regardless of the type of car - and is payable for five years from the second time that the car is taxed.
The standard rate was reduced from 14% to 13%, while the annual target was scaled up 28% over the previous year to Rs78 billion.
VAT will be payable at the standard rate of 5 per cent on all commercial properties, both for rental and purchase.
Vehicles with a list price of more than PS40,000 will incur a supplement of PS310 on their standard rate for the first five years.
He said that SRB is the only tax administration, which has continuously achieved its assigned targets without any mid-year downward revision since 2011-12, the year it started collecting Sindh Sales Tax revenues despite the reduction in the Statutory Standard rate of Sales Tax.
Once registered make sure you charge VAT at the standard rate of 20% on your sales and that you can reclaim any VAT incurred on goods and services you buy for use in your business.
Can you still make turns at standard rate? (May have multiple answers.)
A major budgetary proposal of the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) to increase standard rate of the Federal Excise Duty (FED) from 16 to 17 percent in budget (2014-15) was rejected by the government following the policy of not enhancement in tax rates, source said to research analyst-PAGE.

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