The Member of the tax on electronic transactions (E-levy) technical committee from the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA), Patrick Opare Danso has come out to explain the tax vividly for Ghanaians to stop the panic in withdrawing their monies.
Patrick Opare Danso said, Ghanaians have the mindset that, all transactions attract E-levy and for that matter, they have already started withdrawing their monies from the system.
Patrick Opare Danso in explaining the tax on electronic transactions (E-levy) vividly said that, when the money is on the mobile money wallet and it has not been transferred or withdrawn, the tax will not be deducted.
Also, when the money on the mobile money wallet is being transferred to a person who has already registered the Tax Identification Number (TIN) at Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA), no charges will be applied in terms of E-levy.
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