2023 Budget is “a make or break one” – IEA

November 21, 2022 The Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) has described the 2023 Budget as a make or break one”, saying if it fails to get it right, near-irreversible damage could be done to the economy....

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Digitalised economy, increased revenue mobilisation to push tax-to-GDP to 20%

August 6, 2020 Finance Minister Ken Ofori Atta is optimistic that the projected tax-to-GDP of 20 percent from the current 13 percent will materialise if government increases revenue mobilisation and...

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IMF pushes for increment of taxes …Re-introduce 17.5% VAT on financial services; Increase CST to 12% and move income tax to 35%

January 14, 2020 The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has strongly advised government to consider increasing some existing taxes and re-introduce others government branded as ‘nuisance’ and scrapped in...

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Finance Minister, Mr. Ken Ofori-Atta vows, as Ghana exits IMF programme in December

November 20, 2018 In a bid to consolidate the gains that have been made under the International Monetary Fund (IMF) programme, the Finance Minister, Mr Ken Ofori-Atta, has revealed plans to back the reforms...

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Govt eyes GH¢2.9bn in extra revenue

July 10, 2018 After revenue collections fell below projection in the first quarter of the year, the government is now setting its eyes on GH¢2.9 billion in extra revenue to help fund priority...

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