Seminar on: Role of Tax Ombudsman in Pakistan

The main function of Federal Tax Ombudsman is to ensure disposal of complaints of tax maladministration promptly, justly, fairly, independently investigated, and to rectify any injustice done to a taxpayer by actions of the tax employees of Federal Board of Revenue (FBR)/Revenue Division, Government of Pakistan. Tax collection is fundamental to run a State. A fair, just, efficient and simple taxation system is crucial to induce confidence amongst the people to pay their taxes as their national obligations.

To address taxpayers’ grievance promptly and without any hassle, an effective redressal system is vital. In 1983, the office of Wafaqi Mohtasib (Ombudsman)’s Secretariat was created to check maladministration in federal departments. Later on, to alleviate taxpayer’s problems and difficulties and to enhance ease of doing business, institution of Federal Tax Ombudsman (FTO) was established in year 2000. After its inception, this institution has provided relief to thousands of aggrieved tax payers and has played significant role to address the prevalent maladministration in taxation system.
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Keeping in view the significant of the topic for members, the Fiscal Laws Committee of ICAP in Collaboration with CPD Committee Islamabad/Rawalpindi is pleased to announce a seminar on “Role of Tax Ombudsman in Pakistan” on Tuesday March 29, 2022, from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at ICAP House Islamabad and will be telecast through (VC) at all locations of ICAP-North.
Early registration is encouraged to facilitate participants. For registration please contact with Mr. Asad Ali (051-111-000-422) Ext: 629(0301-5464953) =