Head and co-founder of IMANi Ghana, a well renowned Think-Tank on social policies and a progenitor of projecting excellent recommendations of policies Franklin Kudzoe had delved into the popular banter between the majority and minority over E-Levy taxation.
He believes both parties [majority and minority] has all it takes to settles this matter well. Be stated the way forward for both parties and why it's significant for the good of the country
Below is what he has to say via his Facebook page: I have read the Finance Minister's statement on the 2022 budget. The part on Agyapa and Aker deals is a good first step to dealing with the vexed issues. We will watch the space.
I had hoped there would be an emphatic statement on the E-levy, beyond consultation with the Minority and clarification on agency fees for collecting same.
Admittedly, we are in the hardest of times with a debt overhang so perilous that girding our collective loins seems inescapable.
The Minority should continue discussing with the government, but charity begins with the government- at least reduce the budget to the office of government machinery by 25%. It can help build a few school blocks. Carpe diem.
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