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Excise Tax Stamp

The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) which is under the Ministry of Finance is responsible for the collection, protection and accounting for tax revenue on goods and services.

 Over the years, considerable revenue has been lost through illicit trade. Illegal operators within Ghana smuggle tobacco, spirits and other alcoholic beverages into the country as well as indulge in the sale of counterfeited products. What is more, the under declaration of quantities of these goods, both imported and locally produced, has led to significant loss of revenue. Goods in transit, particularly cigarettes which are often diverted or smuggled back into the country and sold on the market are difficult to detect.

 These illegal activities cause significant revenue loss to Government and also put legitimate brand owners and businesses at a competitive disadvantage. 

 Further, the counterfeited products are extremely dangerous to consumers as these goods are typically of much lower quality and may contain poisonous constituents which adversely affect the health of consumers. 

 These developments have necessitated various measures for improving current inspection, verification and monitoring procedures towards increasing revenue as well as address the other issues raised.

 The use of digital tax stamps on selected excisable products (i.e. cigarettes and alcoholic beverages), has been identified as an effective means of addressing these challenges.

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FILING OF ANNUAL INCOME TAX RETURNS BY 30th April, 2018. ......CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

DOMESTIC TAX REVENUE DIVISION

FILING OF ANNUAL INCOME TAX RETURNS

The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) wishes to remind all income-earning individuals including self-employed persons and partnerships; Companies, Entities and all taxpayers that by virtue of the Income Tax Act, 2015 (Act 896) and the Revenue Administration Act, 2016 (Act 915), a person is required to file a return of income with the Commissioner-General not later than four months after the end of each year of assessment.  Consequently individuals, Companies, Entities and all taxpayers are to submit their return of income for the 2017 year of assessment and other outstanding returns by 30th April, 2018.

The public is reminded that the penalty for failure to file a tax return by the due date is five hundred Ghana cedis (GH₵500) and a further penalty of ten Ghana cedis (GH₵10) for each day the failure continues.

COMMISSIONER-GENERAL

Visit our website: www.gra.gov.gh

#OurTaxesOurFuture

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The Vice President Of Ghana Has Filed his returns. Have you filed yours?

 

The Tax and Good Governance Week is a collaboration between the Ministry of Finance and the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) to create awareness and sensitise employees, employers, individuals and businesses, that is all levels of taxpayers to file their annual tax returns.

The week long programme was launched on Friday 6th April, 2018 at the forecourt of GRA Head Office, with the theme: “Filing your Tax Returns- your Civic Responsibility”. 

The Vice-President of Ghana, H.E. Alhaji, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia who was the special guest of honour filed his annual tax returns on the same day.

Similar launches were held simultaneously in the nine regional capitals, where the regional Ministers, Municipal Chief Executives, District Chief Executives and other dignitaries took the opportunity to file their returns.

Preceding the launch event were series of radio and television discussions on the need to file returns, TIN (Taxpayer Identification Number) and other relevant tax issues.

Other sensitisation activities have been carried out through the use of our social media handles, stakeholder engagements, personal interactions and contacts, community outreach including engagements in churches, mosques, markets. These were complemented with compliance activities in all DTRD offices.

What is new about filing of Returns this year?

Hitherto, employers have filed returns on behalf of their employees. This has changed in 2018, with the passing of 924, which makes it mandatory for all employees to file their tax returns by themselves.

The Income Tax Act, 2015 (Act 896) and the Revenue Administration Act, 2016 (Act 915) have made it compulsory for individuals and entities to file their income tax returns by the end of April each year.

What is expected of taxpayers?

• All taxpayers are to contact any GRA- DTRD office nearest them to pick up their tax returns, complete it and return same to the offices.

• It is advised that taxpayers who know their tax offices should go there and file their returns.

 

Line up of week-long activities;

day

date

activity

Day One

Friday - 6thApril,2018,

10 Regional Launches

Day Two

Sunday – 8thApril,2018

Special Quiz – What Do You Know? Participating Schools; University of Ghana, University of Professional Studies, Ghana Institute of Management & Public Administration and Islamic University College.

Day Three

Monday,9th April to Friday,13thApril,2018

Tax Clinics set up in vantage points throughout the country. Services provided; TIN Registration, Filing of Tax Returns, Enquiries, general education ie. Tax Amnesty etc

Day Four

Tuesday,10thApril,2018

Talks at selected Basic Schools, to educate them on

Them on the civic responsibility of paying taxes. The

Selected schools are; Kwabenya Cluster of

Schools, Sowah Diin Cluster of Schools, S.D.A. Basic

Schools, Odorgonno Model 1 &2 Basic, Kpone

Methodist Basic, Ledzokuku South Circuit, Kwashieman

Cluster of Schools, La wireless Cluster of schools,

Amanfrom Community Basic Schools, Community 8,

Nos. 2 & 4 Basic Schools.

Tax Clinics on-going

Day Five

Wednesday ,11thApril,

2018

 

Seminar for Tertiary institutions at the Economic Department, University of Ghana – Legon. Participating Institutions; University of Ghana, University of Professional Studies, GIMPA and Ashesi University College

Tax Clinics on-going

Day six

Thursday, 12thApril,2018

Tax Clinics on-going

Day seven

Friday 13thApril,2018

Tax Clinics end by clos of work today

Sensitisation at faith based organisations (Churches and Mosques)

Saturday,14thApril,2018

Sensitisation at faith based organisations (Churches and Mosques)

Sunday, 15thApril,2018

Sensitisation at faith based organisations (Churches and Mosques)

#OurTaxesOurFuture

Have you filed your tax returns?

Taxes build great nations

Every little tax helps

 

Tax and Good Governance Week

Tax Clinics

As part of the Tax and Good Governance Week, twenty-one tax clinics have been mounted in various locations per the table below;

1.     GREATER ACCRA REGION

·        MAKOLA STO             -            RAWLINGS PARK

·        LEGON MTO              -           IN FRONT OF OMAN FM BUILDING(MADINA STO)

·        OSU MTO                   -            NATIONAL THEATRE OPPOSITE MOVENPICK

                                               HOTEL

·        KANESHIE MTO        -            KANESHIE MAIN MARKET CAR PARK

 

TEMA

·        TEMA MTO                 -           i.  MONDAY 9TH APRIL, 2018-WEDNESDAY 11TH APRIL, 2018      

                                                              FRONTAGE OF PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE

                                      COLDSTORE OPPOSITE SG BANK FISHING HARBOUR

                                           

                                  ii. THURSDAY 12TH APRIL 2018- FRIDAY13TH APRIL, 2018                      

                                      TEMA COMM 2 FRONTAGE OF ASHFOAM

                                      SHOP OPPOSITE COMM 2 POLICE STATION

 

·        TEMA STO                 -           IN FRONT OF TEMA MUNICIPAL ASSEMBLY

 

2.     ASHANTI REGION

·        ASOKWA STO           -           IN FRONT OF CALVARY  METHODIST CHURCH- BABA

YARA        SPORTS STADIUM

·        SUAME MTO              -            FORECOURT OF SUAME POLICE STATION

·        ADUM STO                 -            ADJACENT OPOKU TRADING

·        OBUASI CENTRAL    -            OPPOSITE PRISONS QUARTERS

·        ASHTOWN STO        -            ABBEY’S PARK

 

3.     EASTERN REGION

·        KOFORIDUA MTO     -            JACKSON PARK- KOFORIDUA

 

4.     WESTERN REGION

·        TAKORADI MTO/STO -            TAKORADI LORRY PARK

                                                KOMFO ASE – SEKONDI

 

5.     CENTRAL REGION

·        CAPE COAST MTO   -           IN FRONT OF THE CAPE COAST MTO OFFICE

 

6.     VOLTA REGION 

·        HO MTO/STO             -           IN FRONT OF THE HO MTO OFFICE-

                                   MINISTRIES

·        AFLAO STO               -            CUSTOMS PARK, AFLAO

 

7.     UPPER EAST

·        BOLGA STO               -            JUBILEE PARK- BOLGATANGA

 

8.     UPPER WEST

·        WA STO                      -           IN FRONT OF THE REGIONAL

                                    ADMINISTRATION

 

9.     NORTHERN REGION

·        TAMALE MTO            -             METRO CAR PARK OPPOSITE THE PASSPORT

                                         OFFICE

 

10.  BRONG AHAFO             

·        SUNYANI                   -            FORECOURT OF SUNYANI MTO OFFICE

 

 

The Tax Clinics will afford GRA the opportunity to take our services closer to our Clients and engender lasting friendships. 

Services offered at the Tax Clinics include;

• Register for your individual TIN

• Pick up returns forms

• Obtain assistance to complete and file your tax returns

• Make general enquiries

• Pick your Tax Amnesty Forms

• Submit application for Tax Amnesty

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TAXPAYER IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (TIN)

TAXPAYER IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (TIN)

The Commissioner-General of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) reminds the general public that Registration Forms for the Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN), can be obtained from all GRA offices nationwide.  The registration process for TIN for both individuals and organisations is absolutely free of charge. 

The TIN is an-11-digit unique number given to identify you and enable GRA credit you whenever you pay your tax. 
Effective 1st April, 2018 please be reminded that without TIN you cannot carry out the following transactions:
•    Clear goods from the ports
•    Register your land documents with the Lands Commission
•    Obtain a Tax Clearance Certificate from GRA
•    Open a bank account
•    Register your company at the Registrar-Generals’ Department
•    Obtain payments for jobs/contracts done for government
•    File a case at the courts
•    Obtain a passport from the Passport Office
•    Obtain a drivers’ licence  and register your vehicle at the DVLA
•    Bid for contracts from government agencies
•    Conduct business with Ministries, Departments and Agencies
•    Conduct business with Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies

 

For more information, please contact the nearest GRA office or e-mail Information to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Facebook: www.facebook.com/GRA-HQ
Twitter: www.twitter.com/GRA_HQ

COMMISSIONER-GENERAL
Visit our website: www.gra.gov.gh

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National Tax Campaign on Voluntary Compliance

On 1st November, 2017, Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) launched a nationwide tax campaign on voluntary tax compliance.  The tagline for the campaign is #OurTaxesOurFuture.  The campaign is about developing and sustaining a national conversation on taxes; increasing awareness of Ghanaians on the importance of this important civic obligation and the disservice we do to our country if we do not pay our taxes.

The campaign is for all levels of taxpayers and potential taxpayers.  It is being carried out through the print, electronic, social media, stakeholder engagements, personal interactions and contacts, community outreach including engagements in churches, mosques, markets and compliance activities by GRA.  It is aimed at expanding the tax net, increasing revenue and increasing the level of voluntary compliance.

      What should the Public Do?
•    GRA expects businesses already registered to visit the tax offices nearest them to update their tax records and settle all outstanding liabilities or make arrangements to settle.
•    Businesses to inform GRA of any change in their business operations, (i.e. location, nature, directors etc.)
•    New businesses not yet registered with GRA to visit the tax offices and register their businesses
•    The doors of GRA are open for information on any tax issue.  GRA expects the public to provide information on unregistered businesses in their communities to GRA.
Additionally, a Complainant Award Scheme is in place for informants who are assured of strict confidentiality.
I Pay My Tax, do you?
# OurTaxesOurFuture

For more information, please contact:
GRA Head Office, Off Starlets ’91 Road
(Opposite Accra Sports Stadium)
P.O. Box 2202, Accra
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Website: www.gra.gov.gh
Facebook: www.facebook.com/GRA-HQ
Twitter: www.twitter.com/GRA_HQ
Youtube: www.youtube.com/GRA-HQ

COMMISSIONER-GENERAL

 

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GRA NATIONAL TAX CAMPAIGN 2017 - Taxpayers-Nation Builders

GRA LAUNCHES NATIONAL TAX CAMPAIGN
The Ghana Revenue Authority has launched a campaign to deepen tax collection in Ghana.
The Campaign, themed “#OurtaxesOurFuture” seeks to open a national conversation on taxes and how they can be used to impact on the development of Ghana. 
Chairman for the launch of the campaign, Hon Paa Kofi Ansong, Member of the Council of State was very happy that GRA chose the theme “OurTaxesOurFuture” since the words convey a picture of hope and despair- hope because if we all get on board, paying the little taxes that we are supposed to pay our beloved country Ghana will have a better future; on the other hand, if we are not able to harness the taxes then the future looks bleak for us.

He said the campaign which was to create awareness and encourage more Ghanaians to pay taxes voluntarily for more development and a better Ghana must be handled effectively and efficiently. Hon Ansong said the campaign could not have taken place at a better time than this when the President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo is calling on all Ghanaians to contribute their quota to national development.

The Commissioner-General of GRA, Mr. Emmanuel Kofi Nti said the campaign will undertake activities which will reawaken Ghanaians to their civic responsibilities is mostly targeted towards the informal sector. Mr Nti lamented that out of the 1.2 million registered taxpayers, about 1 million is from the formal sector with only 200,000 coming from the informal sector. There is therefore the need to bridge the gap between the two sectors by calling on all Ghanaians to contribute to national development. He said the campaign will be extensive and will involve activities such as stakeholder engagement programmes, radio/TV announcements and discussions, print media announcements, town hall meetings and dawn broadcasts.

The Minister of Finance, Mr. Ken Ofori-Atta also urged taxpayers to file tax returns, honour their tax obligations for better and free education, good health and other social infrastructure. He hinted that very soon government will sanction individuals, bodies and organisations who evade tax. He appealed to the public to help GRA to achieve its mandate of maximum revenue collection for national development.


Solidarity messages came from DFID, Ghana Union of Traders Association (GUTA), Catholic Bishops Conference, Institute of Public Relations Ghana, National Commission on Civic Education (NCCE) and Chartered Institute of Taxation (CITG). They all pledged to join the crusade to widen the tax net.

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GRA NATIONAL TAX CAMPAIGN 2017

GRA LAUNCHES NATIONAL TAX CAMPAIGN
The Ghana Revenue Authority has launched a campaign to deepen tax collection in Ghana.
The Campaign, themed “#OurtaxesOurFuture” seeks to open a national conversation on taxes and how they can be used to impact on the development of Ghana. 
Chairman for the launch of the campaign, Hon Paa Kofi Ansong, Member of the Council of State was very happy that GRA chose the theme “OurTaxesOurFuture” since the words convey a picture of hope and despair- hope because if we all get on board, paying the little taxes that we are supposed to pay our beloved country Ghana will have a better future; on the other hand, if we are not able to harness the taxes then the future looks bleak for us.

He said the campaign which was to create awareness and encourage more Ghanaians to pay taxes voluntarily for more development and a better Ghana must be handled effectively and efficiently. Hon Ansong said the campaign could not have taken place at a better time than this when the President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo is calling on all Ghanaians to contribute their quota to national development.

The Commissioner-General of GRA, Mr. Emmanuel Kofi Nti said the campaign will undertake activities which will reawaken Ghanaians to their civic responsibilities is mostly targeted towards the informal sector. Mr Nti lamented that out of the 1.2 million registered taxpayers, about 1 million is from the formal sector with only 200,000 coming from the informal sector. There is therefore the need to bridge the gap between the two sectors by calling on all Ghanaians to contribute to national development. He said the campaign will be extensive and will involve activities such as stakeholder engagement programmes, radio/TV announcements and discussions, print media announcements, town hall meetings and dawn broadcasts.

The Minister of Finance, Mr. Ken Ofori-Atta also urged taxpayers to file tax returns, honour their tax obligations for better and free education, good health and other social infrastructure. He hinted that very soon government will sanction individuals, bodies and organisations who evade tax. He appealed to the public to help GRA to achieve its mandate of maximum revenue collection for national development.


Solidarity messages came from DFID, Ghana Union of Traders Association (GUTA), Catholic Bishops Conference, Institute of Public Relations Ghana, National Commission on Civic Education (NCCE) and Chartered Institute of Taxation (CITG). They all pledged to join the crusade to widen the tax net.

 

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Basis for Determining Customs Value for Duty Purposes

The Customs Division of Ghana Revenue Authority, wishes to clarify to the trading public the methods, procedures and processes it follows when valuing goods for purposes of taxation; as is currently done at the Customs Technical Services Bureau (CTSB).  These methods and procedures are as approved by, and in consonance with, World Trade Organisation (WTO) Agreement on Customs Valuation (ACV), and Customs Act, 2015 (Act 891)


The primary basis for determining customs value is the transaction value. The transaction value is the actual price paid or payable for goods imported into the country. This shall be adjusted to include the following: freight (cost of transport of the goods), charges for loading, unloading and handling associated with the transport for importing the goods into the country; and insurance (Please refer to Section 67 of the Customs Act 2015, Act 891.
Additionally, any adjustments and/or additions (Article 8) made to the price paid or payable (i.e transaction value) shall also be factored in where applicable.

The following conditions have to be fulfilled for transaction value to be accepted:
(a)    that there are no restrictions as to the disposition or use of the goods by the buyer;
(b)    that the sale or price is not subject to some condition or consideration for which a value cannot be determined with respect to the goods being valued;
(c)    that no part of the proceeds of any subsequent resale, disposal or use of the goods by the buyer will accrue directly or indirectly to the seller;  and
(d)    that the buyer and seller are not related, or where the buyer and seller are related,  the relationship has not affected the value.
Where the Customs value cannot be ascertained on the basis of the transaction value, the other methods of valuation shall be applied, in hierarchical order, namely:
•    The transaction value of identical goods
•    The transaction value of similar goods
•    The deductive value method
•    The computed value method
•    The fall-back method.
Where there is reason to doubt the accuracy of the declared values, ACV permitsGhana Customs Administration the right and duty to request for additional information from the importer or reject such values and provide written explanation or justification for so doing.In order to provide an objective and scientific basis for doubting the accuracy of declared values, Customs may use Valuation Data base or benchmark values for risk management purposes.
The general trading public is therefore advised that in valuation practice, the cardinal principle underpinning the acceptance of a declared value as transaction value i.e. the price paid or payable is to provide TRUE, AUTHENTIC AND GENUINE trade documents viz:
I.    Commercial Invoice evidencing the sale/purchase;
II.    Bill of Lading covering the goods as described in the Manifest;
III.    Detailed and Comprehensive Packing List;
IV.    Any other applicable trade related document(s)
If all the above conditions are met by the importer or his /her agent, the transaction value would be accepted and a Customs Classification and Valuation Report (CCVR) issued within forty-eight hours.

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Guidelines on The Export and Re-Export of Petroleum Products from Ghana

1.      INTRODUCTION
The Commissioner-General of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) has noted with concern the rising incidence of fuel smuggling through the abuse of the export and re-export regime.

The following guidelines are issued to stem the abuses and to prevent further loss of revenue.

Petroleum Service Providers (PSPs) engaged in the export and re-export of petroleum products are required to follow these guidelines for the documentation and removal of their respective consignments.

2.      AN EXPORTER SHALL
2.1     Obtain an export licence from the National Petroleum Authority (NPA) in order to qualify to lift petroleum products for export / re-export from any storage depot in the country mainly Tema and Bolgatanga.

2.2    Apply to the Customs Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) to be registered as a self-declarant for purposes of Customs documentation.

2.3    Obtain a removal bond from an insurance company.  The procedure for obtaining the bond shall be as follows:
a)  An application shall be made to the Commissioner-General of the GRA
     for an estimate of the bond sum
    b)  An application under 2.3.a. shall include the following information:
         i.  The type of product and corresponding quantity intended for export/re-
         export over a ninety-day period.
        ii.  Country of destination.
    c) Upon the approval of the bond sum, the applicant proceeds to an
         insurance company for the issuance of the bond.
    d) Submit the bond to the Commissioner-General for authentication and
        approval through the Assistant Commissioner, Petroleum, Customs
               Division.

2.4    Report to the Sector Commander, Tema Oil Refinery (TOR) or Bolgatanga with a copy of the signed bond and the export licence to commence loading.


3.  REGISTRATION OF BULK ROAD VEHICLES (BRVs)
    3.1    All BRVs shall be registered by the Petroleum Regulator in their respective
        countries;
3.2    Such registration documents shall be submitted to the Ghana National
    Petroleum Authority for inspection and authentication;
3.3    The Chamber of Commerce of the receiving countries located in Ghana
    shall provide a list of all registered BRVs authorised to transport petroleum
products form Ghana  to the Assistant Commissioner, Petroleum, Customs
Division;
3.4    All approved BRVs as per 3.1 & 3.2 above shall be covered by Temporary
    Vehicle Importation (TVI) declarations;
3.5    All TVIs are to be submitted to the identified loading depots of the Customs
    Division together with the collection orders for approval before loading;
3.6    Customs shall seal the loaded BRV after loading.  Where an external
    agency has been contracted to seal the loaded trucks, their seal shall be an
    addition to the Custom seal.

4.  CUSTOMS DOCUMENTATION
4.1    Exporting company shall prepare export documents to cover BRVs and quantity loaded as follows:
        a)  Certificate of Origin (If it’s for direct export)
        b)  Customs Declaration forms
        c)  Customs Appendix Forms (Giving details of each BRV)
        d)  Invoice form Petroleum Service Provider (PSP) for export
        e)  Sales Purchase Agreement (SPA) or evidence of payment.

    4.2    The exporter shall submit the Customs Declaration with all the attachments
        to the Customs Officer-in-charge of the depot for processing.
   
4.3    The exporter shall obtain from Customs a hard copy of the details of all the
trucks conveying the consignment before final dispatch.  These details shall include the particulars of the truck as well as their respective loaded capacities, and the numbers of all the attached Customs seals.

5. ACTION AT CUSTOMS INTERMEDIATE CHECKPOINTS
5.1    At the intermediate checkpoints, officers shall conduct external examination to ensure that all seals are intact.
5.2    The checking officer shall record his findings on the Ghana Customs Management System (GCMS) workstation, and in a Customs register designed for the purpose.

6. ACTION AT THE EXIT POINT
6.1    At the exit point officers shall apply controls and ensure that the BRV’s exit with the product intact and report their observations as internal remarks in the GCMS and subsequently close the transaction.

These guidelines are for strict enforcement.  Any deviation from these guidelines may be penalized under existing legislation.

These guidelines take effect from 20th October, 2017.
   
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Penalty for Overstayed Transit Vehicles

The Commissioner-General of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) wishes to reiterate that the travel time for transit vehicles to reach the exit Stations is seven (7) days.

Failure to comply with this directive attracts a penalty of One Thousand Ghana Cedis (GH¢1,000.00) a day with effect from 1st October, 2017.

Accident / broken down vehicles must report to the nearest Customs Office in order to be exempted from this penalty.


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