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Ministry of Finance of the Government of Pakistan

Template:Ministries of the Government of PakistanThe Ministry of Finance, also known as Finance Ministry, is a Cabinet-level department of Government of Pakistan concerned with the promoting economic growth and economic activities within the country. The Ministry's executive and political head of authority is known as Finance Minister of Pakistan, who must be an elected member of Parliament of Pakistan. The organizational structure of the Ministry is listed below.

The current Minister is Mohammad Ishaq Dar, .[1]

Revenue division

This division is headed by Secretary, Revenue Division; who usually is an ex officio Chairman of the Federal Board of Revenue (the supreme tax agency). This division (Federal Board of Revenue) is responsible for: (i) formulation and administration of fiscal policies, (ii) levy and collection of federal taxes and (iii) quasi-judicial function of hearing of appeals. 34878798909-

Finance division

Includes these departments:

  • Office of the Controller General of Accounts
  • Office of the Auditor General of Pakistan
  • Central Directorate of National Savings (CDNS)
  • Finance Division Military
  • National Savings Organizations
  • Pakistan Mint.
  • Federal Treasury Offices.

Economic affairs division

The Division is responsible for the coordination of economic relations with other countries and external economic organizations. It contains thirteen wings:

Statistics Division

The Statistics Division includes these departments:

Planning & Development Division

Includes these semi-autonomous organizations:

See also

References

External links

  • Finance Ministry
  • Finance Division
  • Revenue Division
  • Board of Investment


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