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VALUE ADDED TAX ACT

VALUE ADDED TAX ACT [Date of assent: 22nd August, 1989.] [Date of commencement: 1st January, 1990.] An Act of Parliament to impose a tax to be known as value added tax on goods delivered in, or imported into Kenya; and on certain services supplied in Kenya and for connected purposes

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A quick guide to Taxation in Ghana*

A quick guide to Taxation in Ghana* less any contributions to a retirement fund is exempt. Non-cash benefits Non-cash benefits received from employment, except where specifically exempt, are taxable. Benefits received from use of accommodation and vehicle provided by employer

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Exemption Policy

PREAMBLE The Chartered Institute of Bankers (GH) as a policy, grants exemption on subject to subject basis to students at Levels I and II of its new professional programme. This is based on the submission of valid academic records that is a full transcript as well as certificates from recognized accredited institutions. In some instances, the applicant may be required to provide a detailed

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The Christian Council of Ghana (CCG) was founded on 30th October 1929 by five churches namely African Methodist Episcopal (AME), Zion Church, English Church Mission (Anglican), Ewe Presbyterian Church (now Evangelical Presbyterian Church); Presbyterian Church of the Gold Coast (now Ghana) and Wesleyan Methodist Church (now the Methodist Church Ghana).

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IAS 12 — Deferred tax – tax base

13/03/2018The submitter says there are at least three approaches being followed in applying the exemption (in IAS 12.15 and IAS 12.24) and that this diversity will become more extensive with the introduction of IFRS 16. One approach is to apply the initial recognition exemption separately to the lease asset and the lease liability.

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New exemptions from the bedroom tax come into law

New exemptions from the bedroom tax come into law 01 April 2017 From 1st April 2017 the rules are changing to allow an additional bedroom for disabled children or non-dependent adults who require overnight care and for couples who are unable to share a bedroom for health reasons.

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The Import Process in Ghana

08/06/2017The Import Process in Ghana If you're new to international trade in Ghana, you may not be aware of the complicated and lengthy importation process. For those who are beginning to contemplate importing goods into Ghana, this guide will help familiarize you with certain aspects of the process.

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Assessment of Real Property Tax

Assessments are carried out by the Department of Inland Revenue to determine the value of a property and its related property taxes. An assessment can be initiated by the property owner or by The Department of Inland Revenue. A Real Property may fall into one of the following categories: Owner Occupied Residential Commercial Vacant Land

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Exemptions based on other professional qualifications

Exemptions based on other professional qualifications If you have a qualification from another professional body you may be eligible for exemption from some exams. Students who have completed their professional qualification with a body the IFoA has an agreement with by December 2018 have until 2023 to claim their exemptions.

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(not exempt from tax by the property income allowance) Property income allowance From 6 April 2017, any income from overseas property, including UK property, up to 1,000 is exempt from tax and doesn't need to be reported on a tax return. This exemption applies even if your share of this income is from property you own or let jointly.

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Ghana's Trade Policies: Exemptions from Import Duty

November 8, 1999 1 These and other import and tax collection numbers are based on a preliminary analysis of ASYCUDA data for 1998 provided by the Ministry of Trade and Industry. Ghana's Trade Policies: Exemptions from Import Duty 1. Introduction About 40 percent of imports officially cleared through Customs in Ghana are exempted from import

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Ghana Corporate

The Parliament of Ghana is yet to ratify the DTT with Ireland. The Parliament of Ghana has ratified the DTTs with the Czech Republic and Singapore. These DTTs are not in force. The government of Ghana is pursuing DTTs with various countries, including Nigeria, Qatar, Sweden, Syria, the United Arab Emirates, and the United States.

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Exemptions

Exemptions are a way of making sure that you do not repeat learning that has already been undertaken and formally recognised. Depending on the nature and extent of your prior learning, you may be eligible for exemptions from one or more individual exams. You can apply by completing the application

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Tax

A wealth tax is a levy on the total value of personal assets, including: bank deposits, real estate, assets in insurance and pension plans, ownership of unincorporated businesses, financial securities, and personal trusts. Typically liabilities (primarily mortgages and other loans) are deducted, hence it is sometimes called a net wealth tax.

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Effects of User Fee Exemptions on the Provision and Use

The studies cover user fee exemption initiatives in Afghanistan, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Ghana, Mali, Nepal, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Sudan, South Africa, and Uganda. One study was dropped due to lack of pertinent information, and two additional relevant studies were identified and incorporated during the drafting of this manuscript.

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Tax Clearance or Exemptions

No bidder will be considered without a TCC or exemption certificate for tender purpose. To expedite processing of TCC, taxpayers are implored to ensure that their tax affairs are in order and up to date i.e. all taxes should have been paid and all tax returns should have been submitted.

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Tax Exemptions and Reliefs Under the 3

Tax Exemptions and Reliefs Under the 3-tier Pension Scheme in Ghana. Due to the public's outcry on pension taxation supposedly mentioned by the Finance Minister, Seth Terkper recently, a leading Ghanaian economist, Dr Raziel Obeng-Okon explains in details on the subject matter.

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LUSCIOUS TEMPTATIONSTHE FOODIE HAVEN

After hearing raves about an urban restaurant tucked away in the AC square, the foodie in me could not resist the urge to visit. Of course no meal is fully enjoyed without friendly chatter and customer service connoisseurs. So, I rounded up six trusted taste buds and headed out

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Repackaging exemptions under National Health Insurance

The Government of Ghana has decided to continue with exemptions under the NHIS to address equity in health care. Under the NHIS, there are two exemptible groups. These include direct and indirect exemptions. The direct exemptions cover the aged and the poor. Exemptions for this group are funded from an exemption fund for the poor and vulnerable.

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8 useful Income Tax Exemptions for Salaried Employees

The Income Tax Act allows various Income Tax Exemptions for Salaried Employees which are very effective in saving taxes. A salaried employee would be required to intimate his employer that he is claiming these income tax exemptions available for Salaried Employees and then the Employer would compute the Tax on the balance income as per the Income Tax Slabs and deduct TDS on Salary

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The Import Process in Ghana

08/06/2017The Import Process in Ghana If you're new to international trade in Ghana, you may not be aware of the complicated and lengthy importation process. For those who are beginning to contemplate importing goods into Ghana, this guide will help familiarize you with certain aspects of the process.

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Institute of Chartered Accountants Ghana

The Institute of Chartered Accountants (Ghana) was established by an Act of parliament, Act 170, in 1963. It is the sole body charged with the regulation of the accountancy profession in Ghana. Its members are the only persons recognized under the Companies Code (Act 179) 1963, for the purpose of audit of company accounts.

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A quick guide to Taxation in Ghana*

A quick guide to Taxation in Ghana* less any contributions to a retirement fund is exempt. Non-cash benefits Non-cash benefits received from employment, except where specifically exempt, are taxable. Benefits received from use of accommodation and vehicle provided by employer

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Difference Between an Exempt and a Non

25/09/2019Susan is an exempt employee, therefore not entitled to overtime pay. John is a non-exempt employee, so he works as many overtime hours as he can because he earns one and a half times his hourly wage. Bethany earns $400 per week, so she is guaranteed to earn overtime for

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Ghana: excise duty regulations issued

Ghana: excise duty regulations issued On 7 November 2016, the Government published Excise Duty Regulations 2016 (L.I. 2216), which were gazetted on 4 July 2016 and came into force on 3 August 2016. The regulations determine the requirements, type and mode of determining the levy of excise duty tax.

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8 useful Income Tax Exemptions for Salaried Employees

The Income Tax Act allows various Income Tax Exemptions for Salaried Employees which are very effective in saving taxes. A salaried employee would be required to intimate his employer that he is claiming these income tax exemptions available for Salaried Employees and then the Employer would compute the Tax on the balance income as per the Income Tax Slabs and deduct TDS on Salary

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Is Severance Pay Taxable in Ghana?

08/04/2014Is Severance Pay Taxable in Ghana? As per the INTERNAL REVENUE ACT, 2000 (ACT 592), section 8 as Amended by the Internal Revenue (Amendment) Act, 2002 (Act 622), s.3] and the last Amendment with effect from 2012, Severance pay is not taxable. By this Act the following employment incomes are Tax-exempt.

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2019 Budget: Tax Exemptions To Be Further Reduced

The exemptions are primarily granted to businesses coming into the country through the Ghana Free Zones Authority (GFZA), the Ghana Investment Promotion Council (GIPC), diplomatic and development institutions, as well as specialized bodies such as members of the Ghana Medical Association.

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Ghana's Trade Policies: Exemptions from Import Duty

November 8, 1999 1 These and other import and tax collection numbers are based on a preliminary analysis of ASYCUDA data for 1998 provided by the Ministry of Trade and Industry. Ghana's Trade Policies: Exemptions from Import Duty 1. Introduction About 40 percent of imports officially cleared through Customs in Ghana are exempted from import

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ghana rules and regulations

i have a friend thats want to travel from Ghana to canada, but she tells me that there declaratiion for travel is that there are to have 8.000$ dollars in there account - or a minimum 4,500$..for them to leave the country..is this true..is she pulling my legs hard to believe, because most people i know dont have 8,000$ dollars in there bank account lol..please advise..

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