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World Bank cautions over issuing bonds

The 2018 African Pulse Report by the World Bank has cautioned African governments to reduce their high appetite for borrowing from the markets, especially...

GRA cannot continue chasing tax payers – Assistant Commissioner

The Assistant Commissioner of the Ghana Revenue Authority(GRA) of the Koforidua Medium Tax Office, Mr Adu Kusi, has stated that his outfit would not continue...

GRA issues 1million TINs as it continues to deepen awareness

The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) says it has so far issued 1,090,338 Taxpayer Identification Numbers (TIN). Although it said the figure still falls way below...

TIN registration will go on after deadline – GRA

The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) has quelled fears expressed by some businesses that failure to get a Tax Identification Number (TIN) by end of...

Flexibility in timeline for TIN commendable

Even though the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) originally set notice that if by the end of March this year, businesses failed to obtain a...

Gov’t suspends fumigation levy and import VAT on 64 items including...

The Government has announced the suspension of imported VAT charges on some 64 commodity groups. Suspension of the import charge, which took effect from Wednesday,...

GRA to track accounts of tax evaders home and abroad

…as Parliament approves Financial Account Information bill Parliament has given legal backing to a new bill that will enable the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) to...

Dev’t deficit in mining areas has far-reaching implications – Parliament

Government’s continuous neglect of mining communities in terms of providing good roads and other social amenities has far-reaching consequences, chairman of the Mines and...

For every cedi collected in taxes, 42p goes to pay debt

interest payments to surpass wages and salaries Ghana’s debt situation is such that out of every cedi collected in taxes by the Ghana Revenue...

Stubborn tax defaulters to face prosecution

The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) has warned strongly that it will intensify its prosecutorial powers on businesses and persons who default in the payment...

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