“From the current financial year 2017-18, company and others taxpayers without company will provide maximum 12 per cent which was 20 percent for the financial year 2016-17,” NBR said in a circular, according to a Bangladesh news agency report.
Taxpayers of factories with international ‘Green Building Certificate’ will get further benefit as they would have to pay 10 per cent income tax from this fiscal, the circular added. (RKS)
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