In Pakistan, the general sales tax (GST) is a value-added tax that is levied on most goods and services sold in the country. Businesses that are required to register for GST in Pakistan must do so through the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR), which is the government agency responsible for administering the GST.
To register for GST in Pakistan, a business must first obtain a National Tax Number (NTN) and a Sales Tax Registration Number (STRN). The business must then complete and submit a GST registration form to the FBR, along with any required supporting documents. Once a business is registered for GST, it is required to file periodic returns and pay GST on the goods and services it supplies.