As tax laws and regulations revolve we recognize it may be hard to keep up with these changes. At KPMG, we are committed to updating our clients and the general public on the tax landscape in Ghana. We are pleased to announce that our 2019 Tax Data Cards are available on our website. These data cards offer snapshots of key tax issues that may interest you. Should you require any assistance, please contact us.
The KPMG Tax Data Card provides a brief insight into the Income Tax Act, 2015 (Act 896), including the subsequent amendments to the Act.
It is important to note that, most of the taxes initiated in the 2017 Budget Statement which is to create a conducive business environment have been enacted into law.
Recent and new amendments are as follows:
For additional information or assistance, please contact
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