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Ministry Of Finance Releases Answers To 38 Key Questions On IMF Bailout. Check Them Out.

The controversies and commotion caused by the government’s decision for the International Monetary Fund (IMF) bailout have finally been addressed the Ministry of Finance. According to the Ministry, the IMF bailout is a way to aid the nation improve and stabilize the country’s economy.

  19 hours ago ago
Ministry Of Finance Releases Answers To 38 Key Questions On IMF Bailout. Check Them Out.

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Finance Ministry Finally Speaks On E-levy Cancellation -Details Drop

But since government announced its intent to turn to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for assistance, there have been several arguments on whether the Ghanaian government should preserve or repeal the E-Levy. Some argue that the government previously offered Ghanaians the option of E-Levy in order to avoid going to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

  1 day ago ago
Finance Ministry Finally Speaks On E-levy Cancellation -Details Drop

ECONOMY-FINANCE

A Tax Expert Exposes Foreign Countries on Loans They Give To Poor Nations

The Executive Director for Revenue Mobilisation Africa and a tax expert, Geoffrey Ocansey have revealed what foreign countries do to poor countries when they are offering loans to them. According to Geoffrey Ocansey, the foreign countries who are capable of giving out loans favors well-developed countries and does not charge huge rate of interest from them.

  2 days ago ago
A Tax Expert Exposes Foreign Countries on Loans They Give To Poor Nations

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Why IMF Bailout Will Not Affect Free SHS

Since government publicly announced the decision for IMF support, there have been divergent views on important issues of concern to the citizenry because of the conditionalities that comes with IMF Bailouts. One of the frequently discussed topics is whether the conditionalities will affect the current free SHS policy.

  2 days ago ago
Why IMF Bailout Will Not Affect Free SHS

ECONOMY-FINANCE

"These three things can get 3 to 3.5 billion to shore up the Ghanaian economy" - Jojo Oppong Nkrumah

The Minister of Information Jojo Oppong Nkrumah has revealed three things the government is currently embarking on to help the country recover fully from the current hardship. The Information Minister who revealed this on PeaceFm said the government is hopeful of getting 2 billion dollars from the IMF. IN addition, the government is hopeful of raising additional 1billion dollars which he said that one has already been sorted out.

  2 days ago ago

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Tax Fails Now But - Deputy Finance Minister Finally Reveals Bold Secrets About E-Levy Revenues

The Deputy Finance Minister who is also the member of Parliament for Ejisu Constituency, Hon. John Kumah has body revealed that the E-Levy tax has failed now when it comes to the revenues it was expected to generate. He, however, dropped more details about the E-Levy and how the Akufo-Addo government is still hopeful of the E-Levy working.

  9 days ago ago
Tax Fails Now But - Deputy Finance Minister Finally Reveals Bold Secrets About E-Levy Revenues

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Video: A Member of the E-levy technical committee has come out to explain the tax vividly

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.

  2 months ago ago
Video: A Member of the E-levy technical committee has come out to explain the tax vividly

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Just In: Finance Minister announces the strategy of Government to revive economy

Kindly click the +follow button to receive regular updates . The Finance Minister, Ken Ofori Atta, has embarked on a press briefing to provide government's strategy to revive Ghana's economy . In his address , he mentioned vatious key items covering two major issues such as increasing revenues and cutting down expenditures.

  3 months ago ago
Just In: Finance Minister announces the strategy of Government to revive economy

ECONOMY-FINANCE

The E-Levy Tax Is A Failed Tax Measure - Sam George Reacts To Gabby Otchere-Darko's Message

The member of Parliament for Ningo Prampram, Honorable Sam Nartey George has asserted that the E-Levy is a failed tax measure. His comments is a reaction to Gabby Otchere-Darko's message which said that the E-Levy is only delivering 10% of the estimated revenue. In a post shared on his official Facebook page on Monday, 27th June 2022, he wrote the Prime Minister laments and wailing engulfs the Government.

  9 days ago ago
The E-Levy Tax Is A Failed Tax Measure - Sam George Reacts To Gabby Otchere-Darko's Message

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Loose Monetary Policies Around Election Period Crashed The Economy: Franklin Cudjoe Exposes NPP

Franklin Cudjoe believes Ghana’s economy is no stranger to the endless cycle of booms and busts. It is a history of a relatively stable macroeconomic environment informed by sensible fiscal policy backed by sound monetary policy in between elections, and fiscal indiscipline combined with loose monetary policies around election periods.

  3 months ago ago
Loose Monetary Policies Around Election Period Crashed The Economy: Franklin Cudjoe Exposes NPP

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Ken does not expect money from state factories but rather from the poor citizens - Edgar

Please click on the +follow button before you commence reading . This article seeks to reveal various lapses in the strategies provided at the recent finance minister's press briefing and why E-levy may not solve our issues . It is very expected that Ghanaians would throw in their worries about the strategies announced at recent Finance Minister's press briefing.

  3 months ago ago
Ken does not expect money from state factories but rather from the poor citizens - Edgar

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Why are we going to borrow additional USD 2 billion to increase our debts - Okatakyie Afrifa

Kindly follow JUKELAFRICA by clicking the +follow button. Please do well to follow for daily updates . According to Albert Einstein, insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, whilst expecting different results. No wonder, Ghanaians expect the government to do things differently to get the desired results.

  3 months ago ago
Why are we going to borrow additional USD 2 billion to increase our debts - Okatakyie Afrifa

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Humourous But Weird Ways People Try To Avoid Paying Taxes (No.3 Will Tear You)

Welcome once again to all readers and followers of Kuul Pup The Promoter. Thank you if you have are already a follower but please kindly click on the Follow+ button at the top right corner for more informative, entertaining, and trending news content daily. Thank you all once again but don't forget also give your likes and comments on this article.

  2 months ago ago
Humourous But Weird Ways People Try To Avoid Paying Taxes (No.3 Will Tear You)

ECONOMY-FINANCE

The Gift Tax: What The General Public Should Know About The Controversial Gift Tax

There are many taxes in Ghana, but but one of the taxes most Ghanaians, may not have heard of, is the 'Gift Tax'. In this latest release, we bring you some details about the controversial 'Gift Tax'. In definition, a Tax is a compulsory contribution to state revenue, levied by the government on worker's income; and business profits, or added to the cost of some goods, services, and transactions.

  1 month ago ago
The Gift Tax: What The General Public Should Know About The Controversial Gift Tax

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Rising calls for government to take quick measures as Inflation increases from 15.7 % to 19.4%

I humbly plead with you to use a second of your precious time to click on the +follow button at the top right corner to get daily updates from JUKELAFRICA. According to the Government Statistician, Professor Samuel Kobina Annim , Ghana's inflation rate has risen from 9.84% in 2018 to 15.7% in March 2022 and now risen to an unexpected 19.4% in April 2022.

  2 months ago ago
Rising calls for government to take quick measures as Inflation increases from 15.7 % to 19.4%

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Split The E-levy Between Telcos and Consumers To End Stalemate

The government is being urged to charge one (1) percent of the proposed 1.75 percent electronic transaction tax on the telecommunications companies, which are making good business and the remaining 0.75 percent on consumers to end the stalemate that is holding up the 2022 budget. Dr. John Kwakye, Director of Research, Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA), says splitting the tax between the booming telecommunication companies and the consumers makes a lot of sense – lessen the burden on consumers and this is something the opponents of the tax are likely to accept.

  3 months ago ago
Split The E-levy Between Telcos and Consumers To End Stalemate

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Online Businesses Should Be Taxed After E-levy Passage - Mark Okraku Mantey

The passage of E-levy has indeed paved way for many more taxes to trip in. The deputy tourism minister, Hon. Mark Okraku Mantey has made a suggestion to the government to shift their attention to the online businesses that involves YouTube, ITunes, selling of clothes and other stuffs.

  2 months ago ago
Online Businesses Should Be Taxed After E-levy Passage - Mark Okraku Mantey

ECONOMY-FINANCE

E-Levy Is A Necessary Tax, Accept It Or Pay It In Other Ways - Ghanaians Told

Please like and share this article. Don't forget to leave a comment below. Please follow me for more updates. A Professor has boldly sent a strong message to Ghanaians concerning the electronic levy, also known as E-levy. He mentions it is a necessary tax for the country now and so it's either we accept it or we pay it in other ways.

  3 months ago ago
E-Levy Is A Necessary Tax, Accept It Or Pay It In Other Ways - Ghanaians Told

ECONOMY-FINANCE

What is Policy rate?? 5 reasons Ghana's policy rate has increased .

Policy rates are normally used by the Central Bank to perform expansion of monetary policy. They are interest rates used to curb inflation , consumer prices, exchange rate or credit expansion, among others). The policy interest rate determines the levels of the rest of the interest rates in the economy, since it is the price at which private agents-mostly private banks-obtain money from the central bank.

  3 months ago ago
What is Policy rate?? 5 reasons Ghana's policy rate has increased .

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Government should consider these other than E-levy.

The government of Ghana has wanted to introduce electronic levy (E-levy). Arguments have been going on whether or not it should be accepted. The E-levy is may not be the only option the government can rely on in collection of tax. If it happens that the E-levy is accepted, most Ghanaians will be paying double taxes whereas some may not be included in the payments.

  4 months ago ago
Government should consider these other than E-levy.