‘Appoint educated youth as Income Tax Facilitators’
KCCI delegation calls on Commissioner, IT
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Nov 24: The Kashmir Chamber of Commerce and Industry proposed the Income Tax Department to appoint educated employed youth from the Valley as Income Tax Facilitators (ITFs).
The proposal was made by a chamber delegation led by its senior vice president Nazir A Wani which called on the Commissioner and the Additional Commissioner, Income Tax Department, at Rajbagh here today.
The delegation said the ITFs would guide and facilitate the trade, commerce and industry fraternity for online filing of returns, refund of Income Tax and other issues pertaining to Income Tax Department.
The delegation raised several points related to traders and industrialists in the Valley with the officers.
The delegation complained against “disproportionate amount demanded by the assessing officers in appeals” while calling for institutionalization of Commissioner Appeals.
The delegation also called for expediting the refund vouchers and holding awareness camps by the department and constituting awards.
The Income Tax Commissioner, according to the statement, gave a patient hearing to the delegation and assured it that the problems being faced by traders would be looked into.
Meanwhile, president KCCI has invited the Commissioner Income Tax for an interactive session with its members at KCCI office, which the former has agreed.
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