Valued Added Tax (VAT) is a very important matter of today’s life. Everybody comes across different aspects of VAT in course of his daily life and professional life. Be it an industry or any business house or any government or non-government office, other establishment or any person, there lies either the need for paying VAT or deducting VAT at source or knowing that VAT does not apply to them.
A large number of people are directly performing VAT related activities in businesses and industries today. They are designated as VAT Executives and VAT Officers. They require filling-in various VAT forms to comply with VAT regulations. But sometimes, they can not perform this function properly because there is no such institutionalized training in this field. Under these circumstances, this session has been arranged to teach practically how those VAT forms are to be filled-in properly to comply with VAT regulations.
Attending this program, the participants would know practically how to fill-in major Mushak forms. They will also obtain general and specific knowledge regarding provisions of VAT Act, Rules, SROs, General Orders, Special Orders and procedures to fill-in VAT forms. Thus, the participants would be able to perform their duties properly, and protect their offices from many would-be troubles.
How participants will benefit after the course
The purpose of this program is to provide the participants practical and legal knowledge regarding the procedure of filling-in major VAT forms. Thus attending the program, the participants:
Can develop practical knowledge regarding procedure of filling-in VAT forms;
Can find solutions to many of their problems by themselves;
Can run the fiscal management in their organizations in far better way;
Can protect their organizations from many future troubles
Workshop topics to be covered:
1. How to fill-in Mushak-1, Mushak-1ka, Mushak-1kha, Mushak-1gha, Mushak-6, Mushak-7, Mushak-10, Mushak-11, Mushak-12kha, Mushak-16, Mushak-17, Mushak-18 an Mushak-19;
2. Relevant Provisions of the VAT Act, 1991; and VAT Rules, 1991;
3. Relevant Statutory Regulatory Orders (SROs);
4. Relevant General Orders, Special Orders and Explanations;
5. Questions and answers;