Unjust Tax Policy Vs Poor People

Pakistan got independence on 14th of August 1947. The region of Pakistan was one of the civilized countries. Pakistan has now been a country having 70 independent years. There are many big problems in Pakistan; injustice tax problem is one of them. We don’t know what the tax is and why we are paying tax in everything and everyone is having no special awareness of basics. Tax subject: Tax is a good act for a country and we should regularly pay the tax and look after and supervise over the things that the government provides the citizens.But in our country, a tax is no way based on the equality and justice. The tax policy should be based upon equality, justice and fair treatment for every single taxpayer. Pakistan government needs to look after that our current tax collection policy does not tend to be a stronger one and is based on injustice.Pakistani government needs to realize that our current tax collection policy is very weak and based on injustice.

The taxation system comprises of two divisions named Direct and Indirect taxes. From our business, we use the tax that is called direct tax and we pay indirect taxes by purchasing grocery atoms and other needy things. Poor families cannot bear the cost of daily routine goods and needy things related to food, shelter, health, education etc. The government should monitor to all and outs of tax compliance by all businessmen, foreign investors, politicians, bureaucrats, feudal lords, chudharies and every citizen and there are four taxes in Pakistan through revenue they are 1.Genral Sales Tax, 2.Custom Duty, 3.Central Excise Duty, 4.Income Tax.

Poor people don’t know the basic rights of paying taxes and it paying only poor people, rich peoples and feudal has no laws in Pakistan because they are in power political influence this is the responsibility of government the tax policy should be base upon equity.

The Sales Tax Rate in Pakistan stands at 17 percent. Sales Tax Rate in Pakistan averaged 16 percent from 2006 until 2016, reaching an all time high of 17 percent in 2014 and a record low of 15 percent in 2007.

 

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