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  • Import duty cuts for ATM and CCTV camera

    Duty cuts for ATM, CCTV camera assembly

    The National Board of Revenue has reduced the tariff on import of parts of automated teller machines (ATMs) and closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras to facilitate the gadgets' assembly in the hi-tech parks.

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    Tax offices to stay open Friday, Saturday

    Tax offices will remain open tomorrow and the day after for filing of income tax returns ahead of the December 2 deadline set by the government.

  • Why tax solar panels?

    It is befuddling why the National Board of Revenue (NBR) has decided to slap value added taxes that would amount to a 27 percent levy, on the import of solar panels. This is at a time when Bangladesh is set to explore and develop its solar power possibilities through numerous projects. These include solar home systems, solar irrigation and solar power plants in various parts of the country.

  • Scope for whitening money to continue in next budget: NBR chairman

    National Board of Revenue (NBR) chairman Mosharraf Hossain Bhuiyan says the scope for whitening of undisclosed money will continue in the national budget for fiscal year 2018-19 (FY19) as money will be laundered if such scope is scrapped.

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    Pahela Baishakh: NBR to organise Halkhata Day

    National Board of Revenue (NBR) is going to organise Halkhata Day for the second time marking Pahela Baishakh, the first day of Bangla New Year.

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    NBR unfreezes Robi’s accounts after VAT pay assurance

    Hours within a Supreme Court order today, Robi manages to unfreeze its bank accounts after agreeing to pay due VAT to National Board of Revenue (NBR).

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    HC stays NBR step on freezing Robi’s bank account

    The High Court stays the National Board of Revenue’s decision of freezing the bank accounts of Robi Axiata Ltd.

  • Robi Bank Accounts freeze by NBR

    NBR freezes Robi's bank accounts over unpaid VAT

    The National Board of Revenue yesterday froze the bank accounts of Robi Axiata Ltd, the country's second largest

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    NBR freezes Robi-Axiata’s bank account over tax evasion

    National Board of Revenue (NBR) freezes the bank account of mobile operator Robi-Axiata for three working days on allegation of evasion of over Tk 18.72 crore as value added tax (VAT) and supplementary duties.

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    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.

  • Foreign workers' tax evasion

    The National Board of Revenue (NBR) has declared its intention to go after both the companies hiring foreign nationals and individual foreign nationals working in the country on the issue of tax evasion.

  • Mobile operators for withdrawal of tax burden

    Mobile operators association urges the government to withdraw the tax burden over mobile usage like supplementary duty and surcharge on all services.

  • Govt to introduce Oct 30 as Tax Day

    Finance Minister AMA Muhith proposes to set October 30 as the official ‘Tax Day’ changing it from September 30.

  • Govt backtracks on new VAT law

    The government has backtracked on its move to implement the new VAT law from the start of the new fiscal year in the face of resistance from businesses, a section of revenue officials and inadequate preparation by the National Board of Revenue (NBR).

  • 15% VAT won’t be imposed at a time: Tofail

    Commerce Minister Tofail Ahmed says the government will not impose 15 percent Value Added Tax (VAT) on businessmen at a time.

  • Income tax fair begins today

    The sixth annual tax fair begins throughout the country from today.

  • HC questions VAT on private university tuition fee

    The High Court questions legality of imposing 7.5 percent value-added tax (VAT) on tuition fees of private universities.

  • 20pc duty on sugar import

    The National Board of Revenue (NBR) imposes 20 percent Regulatory Duty (RD) on raw and refined sugar in order to protect local mills from losses due to falling prices of the sweetener in the international market.

  • DCs propose to add 1 lakh taxpayers every year

    The deputy commissioners of the country propose that each of them would add one lakh new taxpayers per year.