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GRA Presentation of White boards to Kanda Cluster of Schools

GRA is responsible for the administration of taxes and customs duties in Ghana. The main function is the assessment, collection and remittance to Government taxes and duties due under the Act it administers.

Our goal is to optimize revenue mobilization for national development through the delivery of quality service to taxpayers and other stakeholders. We therefore urge our taxpayers to comply voluntarily by declaring and paying all taxes and duties appropriately.

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EOCO Joins GRA in Debt Recovery

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EOCO Joins GRA in Debt Recovery

The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) and the Economic and Organized Crime Office (EOCO) are teaming up to recover tax debts owed the Authority and also to improve tax compliance. The purpose of the teamwork is to enable the two institutions make use of each other’s expertise for the benefit of the nation.

The Commissioner General, Mr. George Blankson, stated during a workshop organized for managers of GRA and EOCO

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Sale of Vehicle Income Tax (VIT) Stickers

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Vehicle Income Tax

The Commissioner-General of the Ghana Revenue Authority reminds all Commercial Transport Operators that VEHICLE INCOME TAX (VIT)STICKERS for the FOURTH QUARTER (i.e.)1st OCTOBER – 31st DECEMBER, 2014 are on sale at the Domestic Tax Revenue Division Offices throughout the country.

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Filing of VAT/NHIL & CST Returns for September, 2014

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Filing NHIL/VAT and CST Returns for August, 2014

HAVE YOU FILED YOUR VAT/NHIL & CST RETURNS FOR,SEPTEMBER, 2014? DO YOU KNOW YOUR SEPTEMBER 

2014 RETURNS ARE DUE BEFORE,FRIDAY 31ST OCTOBER, 2014 WHICH IS THE LAST WORKING DAY OF THE MONTH OF OCTOBER 2014? FILE YOUR VAT/NHIL & CST RETURNS EARLY AND AVOID A PENALTY OF FIVE HUNDRED GHANA CEDIS (GH¢500.00) AND A FURTHER PENALTY OF TEN GHANA CEDIS (GH¢10.00) PER DAY EACH DAY THE RETURN IS NOT SUBMITTED.

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Public Notice on the Introduction of Tax Stamp On Excisable Products in Ghana

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Excise Tax Stamp

The Excise Tax Stamp Act 2013, Act 873 has been passed to enable GRA introduce the excise tax stamp on excisable goods. The Excise Stamp Act 2013, Act 873 does not introduce a new tax.  It only requires the affixing of stamps which have enhanced security and tracking features, on excisable products and will serve as evidence of the payment of requisite duties and taxes on the selected products. It will also provide a veritable audit trail for tracing importers and manufacturers of counterfeited goods where necessary.

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