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    Smile Income Tax Deduction email

    I am going to write an email to our client. Please correct the following email.


    Today, according to the verbal communication with Mr. Hafis, he committed us that following Blue highlighted was wrongly 2% deduct on "Sales Tax Retention" will be paid by cheque and Bron highlighted 3.5% "Withholding Tax" will be paid by cash or adjust in next purchase order.
    Note in future transaction: Please do not deduct the withholding tax on our supplies under section 153 of the income tax ordinance 2001.

    2% S.T. Retention (WRONGLY DEDUCTED - WILL BE REFUNDABLE)

    3,131.00
    3.5% WHT (WRONGLY DEDUCTED - WILL BE REFUNDABLE)

    7,322.00
    Last edited by helpmesir; 09-Aug-2012 at 09:27.

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    Re: Income Tax Deduction email

    I am still waiting for a reply. Please help me

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    Re: Income Tax Deduction email

    Sorry—I don't understand my own income tax deductions.

    Rover

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    Re: Income Tax Deduction email

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    Sorry—I don't understand my own income tax deductions.

    Rover
    We issued them invoice of Rs. 363,196/- and they wrongly deduct income-tax and Sales Tax Retention.

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    Re: Income Tax Deduction email

    The best I can do is this:

    When I spoke to Mr Hafis today, he confirmed that the 2% Sales Tax retention, highlighted in blue below, was wrongly deducted. He said that you would refund this sum by cheque. He also told us that the 3.5% Witholding Tax, highlighted in Red below, will be repaid either in cash or by adjustment in your next (?)invoice.

    Please do not deduct witholding tax in future transactions. Section 153 of the Income Tax Ordinance (2001) applies.



    2% S.T. Retention (Wrongly deducted; to be refunded.)

    3,131.00
    3.5% WHT (Wrongly deducted; to be refunded)

    7,322.00
    [/QUOTE]

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    #6

    Re: Income Tax Deduction email

    Quote Originally Posted by helpmesir View Post
    I am still waiting for a reply. Please help me
    So are many others. Please understand that not all questions are easily answered. As Rover said in post #3, not everyone is able to help in a topic like this. Be patient. As you see, you have eventually received (hopefully satisfactory) responses.

    charliedeut
    Please be aware that I'm neither a native English speaker nor a teacher.

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    Re: Income Tax Deduction email

    Quote Originally Posted by 5jj View Post
    The best I can do is this:

    When I spoke to Mr Hafis today, he confirmed that the 2% Sales Tax retention, highlighted in blue below, was wrongly deducted. He said that you would refund this sum by cheque. He also told us that the 3.5% Witholding Tax, highlighted in Red below, will be repaid either in cash or by adjustment in your next (?)invoice.

    Please do not deduct witholding tax in future transactions. Section 153 of the Income Tax Ordinance (2001) applies.



    2% S.T. Retention (Wrongly deducted; to be refunded.)

    3,131.00
    3.5% WHT (Wrongly deducted; to be refunded)

    7,322.00
    [/QUOTE]

    Thanks

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    #8

    Re: Income Tax Deduction email

    You don't need to send your thanks in a separate post, helpmesir, let alone quote our replies back to us.

    A simple click on the Like button is sufficient acknowledgement of our help.

    Rover

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