The Ghana Revenue Authority implemented the New Covid – 19 (1%) Health Recovery Levy (CHRL) from the 1st of May, 2021.
In this interview, Mr. David Lartey-Quarcoopome, from the Training and Development Department of GRA breaks down the new levy and gives clarity on how it interacts with both the Standard Rate and the Flat Rate of the Value Added Tax.
From 1st April 2021, the Ghana card Personal ID Number (PIN) will now be used as the Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) for individuals. Update your records at GRA with your Ghana card PIN to pay taxes, file tax returns, import and export goods, apply for tax reliefs and more.
Currently taxpayers without a Ghana card can register for free at some selected GRA offices across the country.
Click below for list of offices:
As we continue our journey to digitalise our process, let us move away from manual filing and file and pay our taxes electronically for the safety and convenience of us all.
“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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