This is a Letter to the Tax Office / Inland Revenue Department clarifying why a transaction would not be subject to tax and requesting the tax office to withdraw its tax invoice / request for tax filing.
The letter is addressed to the Commissioner of Taxation / Tax Office / Tax Bureau / Inland Revenue Department. The letter clarifies the tax position of the company and provides reasons as to why the tax filing would not apply to the relevant transaction. The reasons provided should be supported by evidence of the transaction. The aim of the letter is to provide clarity as to why the Department should withdraw the tax invoice / request.
This document can be used to draft a letter to the Tax Office regarding clarification on why a transaction should not be subjected to tax and requesting the office to withdraw the tax filing.
Users should clearly state the specific reasons as to why the tax should not apply to the particular transaction and also attach the evidence of the transaction for reference.
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Commissioner of Taxation,
Inland Revenue Department,
no change of ownership,
change of ownership,
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