බදු ගෙවීමේ ආදායම් සීමාව 150000 කිරීමට යයි ලු!

topkollek

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    බදු ෆයිල් වැඩි කිරීමේ අරමුණෙන් බදු නිදහස් සීමාව ඉහල දානවා කියල තමයි කියන්නෙ

    Govt. to increase income tax threshold by Rs. 50k​


    By Duruthu Edirimuni Chandrasekera
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    The increase in the income tax threshold from Rs. 100,000 to Rs. 150,000 per month is likely to be implemented by next month, to incentivise more individuals to comply with the mandatory income tax registration, highly placed sources said.

    This move is aimed at increasing the number of tax files and ultimately enhancing transparency in the taxation system, they added. They also noted that this is a move to increase the disposable income of citizens struggling for the past few months.

    Starting February 1, 2024, mandatory income tax registration for citizens above 18 was announced by the Presidential Media Division, with only those earning over Rs. 100,000 per month liable to pay. Obtaining a tax registration number becomes essential for routine activities, aiming to enhance transparency in the taxation system.

    The government’s efforts to increase the number of tax files have shown some success, with the number rising from 437,547 in 2022 to 1,002,029 by the end of 2023. However, there is still a need for further increase to achieve the government’s objectives.

    In addition to increasing the number of tax files, the government has also been successful in increasing the state revenue as a percentage of the GDP. It has risen from 8 per cent in the past year to 10 per cent by the end of last year. The government aims to further elevate this figure to 12 per cent by the end of 2024 and set a target of reaching 15 per cent by 2025, indicating its commitment to establishing a stable economy.

    It is estimated that over 1,000,000
    Sri Lankans can pay income tax, but only half of those are paying right now.
     

    topkollek

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    mama hithanne karanna thibbe tax rates tika meeta tikak adu karana eka.
    and tax nogewana unwa (direct cash walin transaction karana business aya) tax net ekata ahu karaganna plan karana eka.

    okata hoda suggestions tikak harshaya, patali propose karala thibba. e tika kalanam loku progress ekak enawa.
    ඊළඟ චන්දෙ රනිල් පොහොට්ටුව දිනුවොත්, "මිනිස්සු අපේ වැඩ පිළිවෙල අනුමත කරා..." කියල ආපහු මේ සීමාවල් පහත දායි. තවමත් IMF එකේ විදිහට බදු එකතු වෙන්නෙ නෑ
     

    ruchira55

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    රනිල් උබලව ටික ටික බදු බරින් නිදහස් කරනවා. ජෙප්පො ආවොතින් සේරම රජයට පවරගනී.
     

    dinuksha_asela

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    ඊළඟ චන්දෙ රනිල් පොහොට්ටුව දිනුවොත්, "මිනිස්සු අපේ වැඩ පිළිවෙල අනුමත කරා..." කියල ආපහු මේ සීමාවල් පහත දායි. තවමත් IMF එකේ විදිහට බදු එකතු වෙන්නෙ නෑ
    IRD eke inna wahelath ekka mona tax collections da bung. Transactions digital karanna uwamanawak naa. Oka karanum nikanma set eka ahu wenawa. Indian un kare lassanata. Eka karala parana note set eka black mark kara deadline ekak dala. Business karayo pottani pitin bank walata ussagena awe.. :lol: :lol: :lol:
     

    topkollek

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    IRD eke inna wahelath ekka mona tax collections da bung. Transactions digital karanna uwamanawak naa. Oka karanum nikanma set eka ahu wenawa. Indian un kare lassanata. Eka karala parana note set eka black mark kara deadline ekak dala. Business karayo pottani pitin bank walata ussagena awe.. :lol: :lol: :lol:
    දැන් මාස දෙකක විතර බැක්ලොග් එකක් තියෙනවලු TIN දෙන්න.
     
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    kasunkaru

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    mama hithanne karanna thibbe tax rates tika meeta tikak adu karana eka.
    and tax nogewana unwa (direct cash walin transaction karana business aya) tax net ekata ahu karaganna plan karana eka.

    okata hoda suggestions tikak harshaya, patali propose karala thibba. e tika kalanam loku progress ekak enawa.
    ewa kerei ilanga sjb anduwen. ko ara kari jeppo paye gana saddayak naa un awoth tawa wadi karaida danne naa
     

    hasithayad

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    ඒක වෙන්න පුළුවන් එකම විදිහ 150ට අඩු @ruchira55 වගේ එවුන් දැන් අපට ටැක්ස් නෑනෙ කියල රෙජිස්ටර් වෙන්න පටන්ගත්තාම
    චන්දෙට පස්සෙ ආපහු ලක්ෂෙ කරයි :baffled:
     
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    ayanthamaxi

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    බදු ෆයිල් වැඩි කිරීමේ අරමුණෙන් බදු නිදහස් සීමාව ඉහල දානවා කියල තමයි කියන්නෙ

    Govt. to increase income tax threshold by Rs. 50k​


    By Duruthu Edirimuni Chandrasekera
    View(s): 95

    The increase in the income tax threshold from Rs. 100,000 to Rs. 150,000 per month is likely to be implemented by next month, to incentivise more individuals to comply with the mandatory income tax registration, highly placed sources said.

    This move is aimed at increasing the number of tax files and ultimately enhancing transparency in the taxation system, they added. They also noted that this is a move to increase the disposable income of citizens struggling for the past few months.

    Starting February 1, 2024, mandatory income tax registration for citizens above 18 was announced by the Presidential Media Division, with only those earning over Rs. 100,000 per month liable to pay. Obtaining a tax registration number becomes essential for routine activities, aiming to enhance transparency in the taxation system.

    The government’s efforts to increase the number of tax files have shown some success, with the number rising from 437,547 in 2022 to 1,002,029 by the end of 2023. However, there is still a need for further increase to achieve the government’s objectives.

    In addition to increasing the number of tax files, the government has also been successful in increasing the state revenue as a percentage of the GDP. It has risen from 8 per cent in the past year to 10 per cent by the end of last year. The government aims to further elevate this figure to 12 per cent by the end of 2024 and set a target of reaching 15 per cent by 2025, indicating its commitment to establishing a stable economy.

    It is estimated that over 1,000,000
    Sri Lankans can pay income tax, but only half of those are paying right now.
    Source ?