Government to introduce programme for taxing informal sector soon – John Kumah – Citi Business News
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Government to introduce programme for taxing informal sector soon – John Kumah – Citi Business News


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A Deputy Minister-designate for the Ministry of Finance, John Kumah has hinted of the implementation of a new program to ensure Ghana's thriving informal sector is efficiently taxed.

While taking his turn before Parliament's Appointments Committee, Mr. Kumah noted that the initiative tagged as the Revenue Assurance Compliance and Enforcement program will in addition to other innovative reforms ensure government taxes the informal sector in the coming years.

According to the Deputy Minister-designate, government will continue to experience revenue shortfalls if systems are not put in place in the short to medium term to ensure players in the informal sector pay their taxes.


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