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Income Tax Calculator Pakistan

Income Tax Calculator Pakistan

Income tax is the tax you pay on your income. The income tax is paid by the workers, that is to say, the employees, the self-employed and the unincorporated enterprises. Income tax is one of the important sources by which a government finances its activities. Personal income tax revenues represent only 1.1% of GDP in Pakistan (11% of total tax revenue) and only 2% of the working-age population is registered as a taxpayer. In accordance with the 2018-2019 Finance Law approved by the Government of Pakistan, this Web-based tax calculator applies the income tax rates in Pakistan to the taxable income of employees and the class of employees. Slabs in the category of employees are applicable when the wage income exceeds 50% of the total taxable income. Exemptions: A senior citizen of Pakistan, a taxpayer aged 60 or over on the first day of the tax year concerned, receives a 50% reduction in the amount of his tax liability if his taxable income during that year tax is Rs. 1,000,000 / - or less. The income tax exemptions announced last year, which had generously exempted from taxation less than 100,000 rupees per month (1.2 million rupees per year), were removed. Reintroducing taxes: The PTI government has proposed reintroducing taxes for anyone earning more than 50,000 rupees a month (600,000 rupees per year). The government has also introduced 11 tax boards with a progressive tax rate of between 5 and 35 percent of income. Those who earn Rs 2.4 to 4.8 million per year pay taxes of Rs 60 000. Those with a salary of more than Rs 4.8 million pay in addition to 15 percenta of the salary fixed tax of Rs 300,000. The Last Government: In the tax concessions announced in the financial year 2018/19, the PML-N government had earmarked monthly allowances of between Rs 5,000-35,000 in its most recent budget, with Rs.5,000-25,000 less deducted from their salaries. Tax experts said it was a great relief to the salaried class and said that actually Rs 5,000 was added to the salaries of those who received Rs 60,000 monthly salaries. The last government had defined 12 categories (plates) for the salary grade and a fixed tax rate of 2% to 30%. In the last category, an employee who received more than Rs 70 lakh a year had to pay taxes of 30% and a fixed amount of Rs 1422,000. These employees with an annual income of 400,000 rupees were exempt from tax. Those who received Rs 400,000 to 800,000 and Rs 800,000 to R 1200,000 were charged a fictitious tax. Therefore, those who receive monthly salaries in the range of Rs. 40,000 to Rs.100,000 receive financial benefits of Rs. 5,000 to 9,000.

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Best Places to Eat Biryani in Karachi

Best Places to Eat Biryani in Karachi

Biryani is one of the most popular rice dishes in Pakistan. It is an excellent combination of rice and meat along with various spices. Nothing is better than the feeling of having a biryani after a hard day. Biryani is considered the national dish of the Pakistanis. The hardest part, though, is finding the best biryani in the city. Karachi is full of places where you can easily find this tempting food. This dish is usually served with a special kind of Raita along with a salad. It is food that can be enjoyed in any weather and on almost all important occasions. It confuses us to choose a place where we can eat the perfect biryani for lunch or dinner. We have put together the best places serving the most delicious biryani in Karachi. So, if you are a native, or even if you are traveling, then these places are a must. Al Naz Biryani(Allama Iqbal Colony Karachi): Not many people know this amazing place, but those who are, definitely recommend it to their family and friends. This budget-friendly location is not only easier to keep in your pocket, but can also serve your entire squad if you're looking for something special. They sell a 1kg biryani bucket for 240 rupees, which is probably the cheapest price for good quality biryani in Karachi. Madni Biryani (Sector 15A/5 Buffer Zone, Karachi): Madni Biryani is a high-quality Biryani center located in the buffer zone. The chicken biryani they prepare has a good taste with the perfect amount of chicken, and the quality of the rice is good as well. It is not too spicy compared to other Biryani, so it is ideal for those who want to enjoy mild spicy rice in a quality location. GhousiaNalli Biryani(Liaquatabad, Block 6 Liaquatabad Town, Karachi): If you feel new momentum in the world of biryani, you will agree that no one can better cook Nalli Biryani than Ghousia Nalli Biryani in Liaquatabad. Although there is no parking space, it is mostly always domestic, which should say about the quality of their biryani. Food Centre: The Food Center has three shops in town: Burns Road, Hussainabad and Clifton. It serves one of the best biryani with chicken and beef. You can have dinner, take it or even bring it to your home or office. It was founded in 1996 and can serve up to 800 guests at a time. The atmosphere of the Biryani center is fascinating. All branches are air-conditioned and offer a wide variety of food. Haji Biryani (Jamshed Quarters, Karachi): The delicious taste they have in their biryani of chicken and beef is perfect for those who want to have the authentic taste of biryani. The beef you can have there is made with boneless meat to give you the real taste of tender and juicy meat along with rice. Biryani of the Seas (Prince Complex, Clifton, Karachi): It is one of the fastest-growing biryani areas in Clifton. The critical feature of this biryani is the use of fresh seafood. If you are tired of eating biryani in a traditional way, then it really is a nice place to try different variations. Biryani Center: The Biryani Center in Karachi is a Pakistani food chain that today offers a wide range of food. Her specialty, however, lies in Biryani, which is why she was launched. They have several offices throughout the city, which are located in DHA Phase 2, SMCHS, Northern Nazimabad, and are headquartered in DHA Phase 5. They offer a variety of biryani, including Kofta Biryani, Malai Boti Biryani, Reshmi Kabab Biryani, seek kabab biryani, malai tikka biryani, broast biryani, and even zinger biryani! You can have dinner, take it or bring it to your home.

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List of things you need before hajj

List of things you need before hajj

When you start packing for your journey, you should know few things which are necessary for travelling and for Hajj as well as. Passport including Visa Documentation: The Hajj authorities will take your passport upon arrival in Saudi Arabia and will return it to you when departing. Proof of Vaccination: Depending on which country you come from, you may also need valid vaccination certificates against yellow fever and polio. Money: Take enough money to cover your expenses. Make a budget before you leave. You can exchange your money at the airport on arrival in Saudi Arabia, at local banks or money changers in Mecca and Medina. Saudi Riyals: Bring at least 450 Riyals (£ 100, $ 120) to help you with your immediate expenses on arrival in Saudi Arabia. Few Items for Prayer: Pocket Quran Dua Book Dua List Tasbeeh or Digital Counter Prayer Mat Compass for the Qibla Hajj / Umrah Guide Book Baggage: Hard-Shell Suitcase Suitcase Locks & Keys Luggage Tags Backpack Clothing & Accessories: Ihram x 2 Safety Pins Waist Pouch or Neck Pouch Comfortable, Loose-Fitting Clothes Bathroom Slippers Sandals x 2 Trainer / Sneakers Shoe Bag / String Bag Light Jumper / Jacket Socks Sunglasses Headwear Folding umbrella Toiletries / Hygiene: Towels Toothbrush / Miswaak Toothpaste Shampoo Bar of Soap Liquid Soap Pocket Tissues Wet Wipes Anti-Bacterial Hand Sanitizer Hairbrush / Comb Shaving Machine / Disposable Razors Deodorant / Anti-Perspirant Perfume / Ittar Small Mirror Suction Hooks Nail Cutter Small Scissors Sanitary Pads Toiletries Bag Medication: Regular Medication Cold & Flu Relief Medication Pain Relief Tablets Travel Sickness Tablets Moisturizing Cream Cream / Balm / Lotion Lip Balm Throat Lozenges / Spray and Cough Syrups Vitamin C Supplements Plasters / Blister Plasters / Bandages Sun Block Muscle Pain Ointments / Creams Glucose Antibiotics Electronics: Universal Travel Adapter Mobile Phone Saudi Sim Card Mobile Phone Charger Portable Charger / Power Bank E-reader / Smart Tablet Earphones / Headphones Wrist Watch Radio Torch / Flashlight Travel Iron Travel Kettle Other Items: Inflatable Air Mattress Sleeping Bag Straw Hajji Mat Inflatable Pillow Light Blanket / Bed Sheet Pen / Marker Paper / Small Notebook Travel Neck Pillow Ear Plugs Eye Mask Dust Mask Small Bottle Small Water Spray Bottle Snacks Packets of Juices / Soft-Drinks / Tea / Coffee

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Best 8 Places to go for Shopping in Karachi

Best 8 Places to go for Shopping in Karachi

Karachi has become a mega-city where both domestic and foreign companies are enjoying the fruits of high demand driven by high populations. In addition, shopping and eating remain the country's biggest entertainment spending. These are the best 8 places to go for shopping in Karachi. Tariq Road: This place is considered the shopping paradise of Karachi for all men and women. In this market, you will find almost all types of high quality to low-quality products. In addition, this market also has one of the most popular shopping centers of Karachi, the Dolmen Mall, which is located in the heart. This market is located in the center of the city. People from every corner of this huge city spend thousands of rupees every time they get their foot in it. In addition, there are numerous shopping malls, restaurants, snack bars and juice bars on the market. If you do not feel like shopping and looking for something to nibble, this is the place. Dolmen Mall Clifton: Karachi's current favorite place is Dolmen Mall Clifton - and for many reasons. The location on Marine Drive near the beach is a prime destination, and many of the cafes and restaurants offer sea views while dining. However, it is not only a great place to eat and relax, but also to shop with many mid-range to upscale local brands and designers. In addition, this mall has the most international brands. These include Mango, Caanchi and Lugari, Charles and Keith, Debenhams, Hush Puppies, Longines, Calvin Klein, Tissot, Tag Heuer, Timberland and Tommy Hilfiger. Zainab Market: This shopping market is usually crowded with people from the southern part of Karachi. You can find many shops selling high-quality export goods at rather low prices. That's pretty much the main reason why people are still coming here. In addition, there are now numerous factory outlets of some of the top clothing brands in this market. There are many favorite restaurants on this market, such as KBC, ChulluKabab, and you can never hate that the booth of AndeWala Burger is on every corner. Lucky one Mall: The City of Lights is known throughout Pakistan for its variety of great shopping and shopping malls. In fact, the largest shopping mall in Pakistan, The Lucky One Mall, is currently in Karachi, with over 200 stores, Lucky One is the largest shopping mall in Pakistan where everything is available what visitors want or need. The mall also has a huge food court with local and international cuisine and a huge hypermart. Both high-end and mid-range brands can be found here, making them ideal for all types of buyers. The only downside to Lucky One is its location on Rashid Minhas Road, a busy, busy street in the north of the city, off the center of Karachi. Boulton Market: The oldest and largest wholesale market is a must on this list. This place is home to many top wholesalers in Pakistan. In fact, the products from this market are delivered throughout Pakistan. However, due to parking problems and heavy traffic, the market has lost many customers. To solve this problem, an online version of this market has begun to sell products in bulk and at wholesale prices. Ocean Mall: With a 3D cinema, a trampoline park called Bounce, an indoor theme park called Atlantis, many great dining options and world-class local and international brands, the Ocean Mall is the city's entertainment hub. The prime location in Khayaban-e-Iqbal and the tall building facilitate access and offer visitors great views of the surrounding area, especially from the rooftop restaurants. Notable international brands include Inglot, Splash, The Body Shop, Nike, Pedro, Charles & Keith, and Hush Puppies. Zamzama Street: This market is located near DHA and Clifton, two areas of Karachi where the elite class lives. This market is also aimed at the same public. In this market, you will mainly find imported and branded products. The prices are sky high and it is usually crowded with the elite class. There are many first-class restaurants and cafés in the area to satisfy the taste of the shopper. Some notable are Pizza Hut, Domino, Pantry and The Butler's Chocolate Café. Hyderi Shopping Market: I'm pretty sure many of you have not even seen this market. That's not because it's a small market. This market also houses the Dolmen Mall. This place is usually crowded with people living in the northern areas of Karachi, such as Nazimabad, FB Area, Surjani Town, and North Karachi. This market is quite large and has many stores selling high and low-quality products.

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Karachi has become Worst City to live

Karachi has become Worst City to live

Due to massive corruption, Karachi’s major development projects take from 10 years to 40 years like Karachi Mass Transit, KMT, Karachi Circular Railway, Lyari Expressway and as a result, the solution becomes a problem. This is exactly what is going on in Karachi and except for one or two, all its flyovers, underpasses reflect work of most incompetent engineers, who lacked vision. Yet, they become millionaires and billionaires with the passage of time. The Parking Mafia: Whether you go to a hospital, shopping mall or any other market place, you are bound to be stopped by a man and asked for parking fees. These individuals often overcharge for parking. In the supermarket of Liaquatabad motorcyclists received 20 rupees instead of the official price of 5 rupees. At the Hyderi market in northern Nazimabad, people who had paid 20 rupees for parking their motorcycles showed their receipts so torn that the original rate of 5 rupees was not visible. Not even receipts were issued in Saddar and 30 rupees were charged for the parking of motorcycles. The vehicles were parked in four lanes, although the government allows only a single lane. Traffic Police: The traffic police collected Rs 200.9 million in the first three months of this year for fines of 839,000 Challan. That is around 20.48% more than in the previous year. It is expected that fewer laws will be violated due to an increase in the fine. Any person riding without a helmet must now pay a fee of Rs. 1,000. The Karachi traffic police have now come up with a plan to stop or at least reduce the number of rule violations in the city. Any person parking at no parking must now pay a fee of Rs. 1,000. Any vehicle drive or park at no entry place must now pay a fee of Rs. 100. Triple motorcycling is illegal. The vehicle has a capacity of two people, and if more people sit on it, it becomes overloaded. Any motorcycle has a capacity of three people or following this illegal way of riding now pay a fee of Rs. 2,000. Roads: Broken roads and flooded roads due to poor sewer conditions, interventions and construction in various parts of the city would lead to congestion. Traffic police were on the streets all day to keep traffic going. Roads in many areas of Karachi have far too many potholes. These cause traffic accidents and delays. Vehicles suffer damage to their suspensions, which causes high repair costs. With the beginning of the monsoon season, with each precipitation, a further deterioration of the surface and the quality of the road structure is observed. Traffic Signals: The heavy traffic flow on the road often leads to traffic congestion. The problem is exacerbated by the fact that there is no traffic signal at the location. The authorities have to install traffic lights so that the flow of traffic can be efficiently controlled. Every day a series of traffic accidents occur due to uncertain conditions and hundreds of citizens lose their precious lives. One of the main causes is the unavailability of traffic signals or the disappearance of the traffic police. Electricity: K-Electric (KE) increased the desperation of city dwellers and punished them with hours of load shedding. The KE government failed to sustain power in Karachi, causing the city to submerge in darkness, forcing its citizens to suffer from the scorching heat. Load shedding spells have been experienced in several districts including Korangi, Landhi, DHA, Clifton, Lyari, Maripur, Kemari, Sultanabad, the Hijrat colony, the Shirin Jinnah Colony, North Karachi, GulzarHijri, Liaquatabad, Orangi city, Nazimabad. North Nazimabad, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Gulistan-e-Johar, Malir, and Quaidabad. Water Crisis: The water supply in various areas of the city, from local pumping stations, is severely affected by power outages lasting for hours so that the inhabitants are deprived of basic services. There are 300 local pumping stations in the city where water supply is largely disrupted due to load shedding. So far, the Sindh government has not taken any steps to solve the problem. In Karachi, Korangi, Landhi, North Karachi, Nazimabad, Line Territory, Surjani Town, Baldia City, Orangi City, Mehmoodabad and Manzoor Colony are all seriously affected by water shortages.

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How to protect your house from Extreme Heat

How to protect your house from Extreme Heat

During the stifling summer heat, your home should be your oasis. Your place of cool relief. But during the worst heat waves, the weather can get in the way of your well-being. Dehumidify: When you live in a dry heat area, your body sweats, your sweat evaporates, and you cool off - just as nature intended. If you live in a wet area (which I do), you sweat and it does not evaporate. Instead, your clothes get drenched and you feel hot, wet, sticky and miserable. Pull out the plug: Everything you plug into a socket generates heat. Disconnect all unnecessary equipment or electronic devices from the power supply when not in use. Even the small red glowing lights that you are staring at in the middle of the night, indicating that the item is off, consume energy and generate heat. Turning off something is not enough. Use natural light and highly efficient lighting: Use daylight or use energy-efficient light bulbs such as LEDs in high-efficiency areas. A conventional 100 watt light bulb can increase the heat in a small room by 11 degrees per hour also, consider using lighter colors and surface colors in your home. Bright colors reflect more light and reduce the need for additional work lighting (reducing heat generation). Do not cook or cook outside: During the summer months, try to plan meals in advance so that you do not have to use the oven during the day. Either cook on the grill, in the microwave or in a pot. If you need to use the oven, try cooking your meal before noon or after the heat of the day. I would suggest around 4 pm. Close your blinds from late morning until early evening: “Let the Sun Shine In” is a cute song for children, but not helpful for keeping your home cool. Close your blinds from late morning until early evening. This simple act can keep a room 10-15 degrees cooler. Consider a multi-level air conditioner: Another highly effective instrument for combating the wilting summer heat is the installation of a multi-stage air conditioning system. Since they can adjust their cooling capacity as needed, multi-stage air conditioning systems can often run slower, which means you use less energy to achieve the same level of comfort.

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Documents you need to sell your House

Documents you need to sell your House

Before you put your house up for sale, you must gather all the documents related to your home, including information related to your legal documents. A copy of your sales contract from the moment you bought your property, a copy of your deed and the title report, your property tax information, including your most recent bills; survey reports, etc. Sale Deed: One of the main documents of purchase of legal goods is a registered deed of sale which serves as proof of sale/transfer of the property of the last seller to you. Mother Deed: A deed is required at the time of sale of a property because it establishes the sequence of sales or transfers leading to the seller's property by the property. If you do not have an original, you must produce a certified copy by the registration authorities. Latest Receipt of Property Tax paid: The owners have to pay taxes. Make sure the previous owner has paid the property taxes and there is no pending deadline. Property tax receipts also help to prove the legal status of the property. Power of Attorney: This document is necessary to prove that the sale or purchase of a particular property is carried out by an authorized person in the name of the owner of the property. This must be produced in original to obtain a mortgage. Copy of a Building Plan: A buyer must obtain a copy of the construction plan approved by the official body to establish that the construction of the property is legal and is done in accordance with the rules and regulations in force. Allotment Letter: A letter of the subdivision is one of the most important documents for obtaining a home loan. It is issued by a developer or housing authority, indicating the property description and details of the amount paid by the buyer to the developer. Remember that a letter of attribution is not the same thing as a sales contract. Sale Agreement: This document lists all kinds of property information - terms and conditions, date of possession, payment schedule, specifications, details of common areas and facilities, etc. The agreement also holds the developer responsible for building the property. Possession Letter: This document is provided to the buyer by the developer and fixes the date on which the letter will grant him possession of the goods. The original of this document must be produced for obtaining a mortgage. Payment Receipt: Collect the original payment receipts from the developer if you buy a new property. If you are buying a resale property, ask for a copy of the vendor's receipts to be submitted to the bank. Completion Certificate: This document is necessary to obtain a mortgage. This document establishes that the building is built according to an approved plan.

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Bahria town Karachi Best Place for Living in Karachi

Bahria town Karachi Best Place for Living in Karachi

Bahria Town Karachi is an excellent addition to the chain of Bahria Town Projects; Bahria Town Karachi is a fully planned community for families in a dream lifestyle. Bahria Town Karachi is a remarkable addition to the Bahria Town Projects chain that is already operating successfully in Islamabad, Rawalpindi, and Lahore. This mega housing program was launched on January 26, 2014. Bahria Town Karachi is a long-awaited project due to the establishment of a well-planned housing complex in Pakistan's largest city. Karachi does not have a company that meets international standards for infrastructure and living. Bahria Town is primarily aimed at the Pakistani middle class. As a result, the number of applications received from all corners of Pakistan for the reservation of plots, houses, and apartments is innumerable. LOCATION: Bahria Town Karachi is located on the Super Highway, about 9 km from the toll. The site is suitable for a very large housing complex because of the vast amount of land required for the project. Bahria Town is creating a new city for the Karachites by using the miles of vacant land on Super Highway. PROJECTS: Bahria Town Karachi includes residential and commercial land, Bahria Homes and Bahria Apartments. Some projects were initially launched at lower prices with a fairly flexible schedule and others at high prices with the commitment to return property such as Ali, Bahria Heights, Midway Commercial, Jinnah Commercial Avenue, Quaid Villas. , Iqbal Villas, Golf City, and sports city. PLOTS: It offers residential land of 125 sq. yards, 200 sq. yards, 250 sq. yards, 500 sq. yards, 1000 sq. yards, 2000 sq. yards. It offers commercial plots of 125 sq. yards. Court, 200 sq. yards and 250 sq. Yards. Midway Commercial consists of 125 sq. Yards commercial land. BAHRIA HOMES: Bahria Homes is an elegant addition to the landscape of the city of Bahria in Karachi. Designed with noble materials and imported accessories, these homes reflect comfort and functionality, comfortable and spacious rooms, beautiful ceramics and designer kitchen cabinets combine to create the unique attributes of these beautiful 5 and 8 marla homes. It offers Bahria houses of 125 sq. Yards and 200 sq. Yards. Bahria Homes are two-story houses suitable for small to medium-sized families. The Quaid Block is located in block 2, adjacent to the Overseas Block, near the entrance to Bahria City, Karachi. BAHRIA APARTMENTS: The Bahria Apartments are a marvel of modern architecture combining functionality and absolute comfort and luxury. It offers 2, 3 and 4-bed apartments in different areas of Bahia City, Karachi. Bahria Town's 25,000 employees generate $ 5 billion worth of flagship developments, inspiring leadership, innovating and creating a legacy for future generations. Bahria Town is the main driver of the real estate and construction sector in Pakistan. Bahria Town is without a doubt the largest property developer in Pakistan.

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