Trending News

The Ghana Revenue Authority says it is establishing tax clinics in public places for continued education on new tax policies.

Officials say the move will enhance public awareness about the implementation Tax Stamp and the Tax Identification Number (TIN).

The initiative follows public uproar about low awareness of the new tax policies. The low awareness has been the source of tension between taxpayers and administrators.

Five clinics have been set up in the Ashanti Region so far. They are Heroes Park at Baba Yara Stadium, Abbys Park at Ashtown, Opoku Trading in Adum, Suame Tax Office in Suame, and Prisons Quarters in Obuasi.

The authority embarked on a sensitisation walk in Kumasi last Thursday to mark the Tax and Governance Week.

Officer in charge of the Asokwa Small Tax Payer Office, Micheal Acheampong, says the move is to assist those who might not be able to visit the various offices to register.

Assistant Commissioner for Ashanti, Samuel Sekye Doodo, encourages the public to demand TIN from people they do business with.

Last modified on Friday, 13 April 2018

Leave a comment

Silver Fm Presenters

About Us

SilverOnline24.com is an online news portal.

We are accurate, fair and objective.


Silver FM Programmes

Has no content to show!