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Taxes to be paid by buyer and seller

Posted by master on September 24, 2016
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Taxes to be paid by buyer and seller

Property taxes were increased in the annual budget 2016-17. Property valuation mechanism was also described in the budget. But, Realtors totally rejected the new property valuation system and taxes as being too harsh. After 10 days of discussion between FBR, Government and Realtors a consensus has been reached according to which property will be evaluated by FBR.

Recently FBR has issued the new immovable property valuation tables. All taxes are now to be paid according to the new property values set by FBR. Here are the details of the taxes to be paid by the buyers and sellers.

Taxes to be paid by the buyer

Buyer has to pay the registry fee, stamp duty, capital value tax and withholding tax. Properties of worth less than 3 million PKR are exempt from withholding tax.

Buyer – Filer

Corporation tax / Town Tax or Registry Fee = 1%

Stamp Duty = 3%

Capital Value Tax =2%

Withholding Tax = 2%

Total tax to be paid by buyer who is filer = 8%

Buyer – Non Filer

Corporation tax / Town Tax or Registry Fee = 1%

Stamp Duty = 3%

Capital Value Tax =2%

Withholding Tax = 4%

Total tax to be paid by buyer who is filer = 10%

(The above mentioned rates are only for Punjab. For other provinces please consult the registration authorities).

Taxes to be paid by the seller

Seller pays the withholding tax and capital gain tax.

Seller – Filer

Withholding Tax = 1%

Capital Gain Tax as;

10% CGT on sale of properties within 1 year of purchase

7.5% CGT on sale of properties within 2 years of purchase

5% CGT on sale of properties within 3 years of purchase

0% CGT on sale of properties after 3 years of holding period

Seller – Non Filer

Withholding Tax = 2%

Capital Gain Tax as;

10% CGT on sale of properties within 1 year of purchase

7.5% CGT on sale of properties within 2 years of purchase

5% CGT on sale of properties within 3 years of purchase

0% CGT on sale of properties after 3 years of holding period

FBR explains with example that how WHT & CGT will be calculated

 

3 thoughts on “Taxes to be paid by buyer and seller

  • on November 25, 2020

    I think this is a real great blog article. Thanks Again. Carmelle Rinaldo Audly

  • on January 30, 2021

    I could not refrain from commenting. Exceptionally well written. Jeanette Skyler Meakem

  • on January 30, 2021

    Write more, thats all I have to say. Literally, it seems as though you relied on the video to make your point. You clearly know what youre talking about, why waste your intelligence on just posting videos to your site when you could be giving us something enlightening to read? Rosina Buddy Tanaka

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