Tax and Customs | The Daily Star
  • income tax

    Banks remain open till 8pm today, tomorrow

    Banks will remain open today and tomorrow until 8:00pm to help people pay taxes and submit income tax returns within the given deadline.

  • NBR Logo

    NBR to waive duty on electronic cash registers

    The National Board of Revenue is set to waive the import duty and taxes on electronic cash registers (ECRs) in a bid to encourage

  • cip cards

    164 businesses get CIP cards

    The government yesterday honoured 131 exporters with CIP (commercially important person) cards for their extraordinary performance in 2014.

  • Tax fair ends on a high note

    Thousands of taxpayers thronged to submit returns and collect the newly introduced 'Income Tax ID Card' from the weeklong tax fair

  • NBR Logo

    Weeklong tax fair begins today

    The annual tax fair begins today to enable individual taxpayers to congregate and file returns and complete tax procedures all in one spot.

  • Separate tax fair for women in Ctg: NBR

    The National Board of Revenue plans to organise separate fair for female taxpayers in Chittagong this year, NBR Chairman Md Nojibur

  • Countries need more than money to cope with shocks: Report

    Sweden, the Netherlands and Germany are among the best placed wealthy countries to cope with shocks like large-scale migration due to their strong safety nets, education programmes and economic opportunities, says a global report by KPMG.

  • BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir

    Reduce VAT to tolerable level: BNP

    BNP urges the government to reduce Value Added Tax (VAT) to a tolerable level in the proposed budget for 2017-18 fiscal year. The 15% VAT proposed in the budget is the highest among South and South-East Asian countries, BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir.

  • High taxes dent telecom sector's growth: operators

    Mobile operators yesterday blamed high taxes on handsets and duties on mobile services for less-than-expected growth of 3G and other telecom services in Bangladesh.

  • New VAT law would also boost income tax collection

    Implementation of the new VAT law would not only help the government to earn more from sales receipts but also from income taxes,