In our bid to move towards a more digitalized economy, the GRA has now made it possible for taxpayers to file returns and pay taxes online with ease.
This video explores the difference between the old way and modern way of doing things.
It highlights the inconveniences faced in filing manually with long wait times at tax offices and the bother of interrupting your busy schedules to file your returns and pay taxes at your Taxpayer Service Centre.
It then juxtaposes these against the new and improved service of GRA online filing your returns at taxpayersportal.com and paying via ghana.gov.
“All Large Taxpayers will be required to file taxes electronically beginning April 1, 2022. Selected medium-sized enterprises and all High-Net-Worth Individuals will be required to file taxes electronically beginning June 1, 2022. Requests for Tax Clearance Certificates (TCCs) will be automated and made readily available. You will need a TCC in order to access government services.”
“I heard the Ghana Card PIN is what we will be using as TIN from now but I didn’t have one so I went to the Adabraka Taxpayer Service Centre where I pay my taxes and right there, I was registered for my Ghana card.
No stress, it’s completely free!”
“Now, I file and pay PIT online. All I need to do is to log in from my phone at gra.gov.gh and in about 20 minutes I’m done. It is now easier and saves me time and money. Thank you, GRA. “
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