E-Filing System

Click the following link for e-Filing:

Steps for e-filing of Returns:

  1. You should be e-enrolled at eFBR Portal Click here to e-Enroll Now (Upon completion of e-Enrollment process, you will be issued User-Id, Password and PIN immediately)
  2. Access the eFBR Portal by visiting https://e.fbr.gov.pk
  3. Login by using your User-Id and Password
    a) If you are Salaried Person or Business Individual, then your CNIC is your User-Id.
    b) If you forget your password Click Forget Password and follow the guidelines for getting  new password yourself OR Call at (051) 111-772-772 (24 Hrs. Helpline and get your password via e-Mail)
  4. After successful Login, follow the following navigation path to prepare your return:
    Declaration>>Income Tax>>Annual Income Tax Return
  5. After Preparing the return, first Verify and the Submit the return.

Why Pin is Important?

For submission of the return , the system will ask for your PIN which was issued to you during the E-Enrollment process. If you forget  your PIN you can generate it as follows: Self Service while you are logged in Click Change Ping under the Administration link (Your New PIN will be sent to you at your registered e-mail address) OR Call at 051 11772772 (24 Hrs. Helpline and get your PIN via e-Mail)

FBRE filing Help Line

e filing Helpline provides assistance to public at large and taxpayers in particular by responding to their queries related to e filing system started by FBR. The purpose of FBR e filing Helpline is to resolve the day to day problems, issues regarding to e-filing system.

051-111-772-772 (9 am to 9 pm)

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ISLAMABAD Islamabad , August 25, 2009 (Balochistan Times):

The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) launched portal for e filing of Income Tax (IT) returns with full zest to facilitate the tax payers in the country. A press statement issued Monday by the FBR said that e filing software has been finalized implemented at e FBR portal at (https://e.fbr.gov.pk) since August 19. It facilitated individuals and associations of persons seeking to file through e filing their income tax returns for the tax year 2009. The e-filing facility has already attracted considerable interest and response from the taxpayers with 61 of them filing their returns electronically during the first two days. It is also recalled that the FBR started receiving income tax returns through the e-filing process accessible by taxpayers at e FBR portal. The e filing software is likely to go a long way in facilitating the taxpayers in filing their returns in a timely and comfortable manner. (THROUGH ASIA PULSE)