ISLAMABAD: The annual vehicle token fee payers must carry photocopies of their Computerised National Identity Card (CNIC), vehicle registration book and income tax payment certificate to avoid any inconvenience, tax officials say. This year, the non-filers of income tax returns are being charged higher token fees compared to the return filers whose data is available on the Federal Board of Revenue’s (FBR) website. Accordingly, for a vehicle with engine capacity of up to 1,000cc, the tax return filers are being charged Rs800, while non-filers are being charged Rs1,200. Similarly, for 1,000cc to 1,199cc, Rs1,500 is being collected from the return filers and Rs4,000 from the non-filers, for 1,200cc to 1,299cc, Rs1,750 will be paid by the return filers and Rs5,000 by the non-filers, for 1,300cc to 1,499cc, Rs2,500 will be charged from the return filers and Rs7,500 from the non-filers, for 1,500cc to 1,599cc, Rs3,750 will be collected from the return filers and Rs12,000 from the non-filers, for 1,600cc to 1,999cc, Rs4,500 will be paid by the return filers and Rs15,000 by the non-filers and for 2,000cc and above Rs10,000 will be charged from the filers and Rs30,000 from the non-filers.
Published in The Express Tribune, July 24th, 2015.
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