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E-VAT Rollout Progressing as Planned, Expected to Boost Revenue Collection

  • Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) says E-VAT rollout progressing as planned
  • Successful pilot phase completed with 50 taxpayers
  • During pilot phase, VAT revenue grew by over 58%
  • Efficiency of electronic VAT invoicing contributed to revenue impact of GHs 124 million
  • Rollout being conducted in phases, with large taxpayers onboarded first
  • Second phase to target medium and small taxpayers by end of December 2024
  • Final phase to integrate all other VAT registered taxpayers into E-VAT system
  • GRA confident in positive impact of E-VAT on revenue collection
  • Stakeholders encouraged to contact GRA for inquiries or assistance on E-VAT system deployment.


Note that this post was (partially) written with the help of AI. It is always useful to review the original source material, and where needed to obtain (local) advice from a specialist.


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