The Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) has defied all odds to
surpass its revenue target after eight years.
In its 2020/2021 financial year, KRA hit a new record to
collect Ksh.1.669 trillion compared to Ksh.1.607 trillion collected in the
The surplus represents a performance rate of 101 percent
The National Treasury is now pushing to exempt local
businesses from the Digital Service Tax (DST).
Under the 2021 Finance Bill, National Treasury Cabinet Secretary, Ukur Yatani wants the DST to be applicable to foreigners or non-residents who use the digital market place in the country beginning
Non-individual entities on the other hand are liable to a penalty of Kshs.10,000 or five percent of the tax due, whichever is higher, for late filing of returns. It is, therefore, important for taxpayers to ensure that they are compliant at all times.
A Milimani law court has fined a trader Ksh.80,000 or in default, imprisonment for 8 months after the accused trader pleaded guilty to charges of being in possession of uncustomed goods contrary to Section 200 9d0(iii) as read with Section 210© of the East African
Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) has nabbed high-end motor
vehicles and motorbikes at Mombasa port.
The consignments were suspected to have been stolen from the
United Kingdom. They were 5 cars and two motorcycles and were intercepted while
on transit to Uganda.
The vehicles, a Range Rover Vogue, Range Rover Sport,
Selling of bottled water, juices, energy drinks, soda and other non-alcoholic beverages manufactured or imported into the country after January 31 will land you in prison or pay fines.
This is after Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) issued a notice for the new excise duty being implemented,
The Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) has exuded confidence in meeting the Ksh2.12 trillion tax target for the year 2019/20 through widening the tax base.
an interview on Metropol TV, the Deputy Commissioner Data office at KRA Beatrice
Gichohi, said they have put measures in place that
On September 27, Sportppesa put to a halt its operation in Kenya after long months of protracted legal battle with the government over tax regulations
In Kenya, Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) is charged with the
responsibility of collecting revenue on behalf of the Government of Kenya.
However, in the wake of crackdown on tax evasion in the country, KRA issued a statement on Thursday about the ‘tax evasion’ with key notes
Nairobi businessman Humphrey Kariuki has come out to address
allegations that his companies evaded taxes amounting to Ksh.41 billion.
In a statement sent to newsrooms on Tuesday, Kariuki, who
was on Monday charged with 21 counts of tax evasion, said the charges leveled
against him are “untrue, without merit,