The GRA stated such notices needs to be disregarded, as it’s not recruiting.
The GRA has, due to this fact, suggested the general public to not interact any individual or group of individuals claiming to be recruiting on its behalf.
“Those who deal with such individuals do so at their own risk,” an announcement from the GRA stated.
The Authority additionally famous that it doesn’t request fee of any type for recruitment.
Meanwhile, the GRA needs to remind all income-earning people together with self-employed individuals and partnerships; Companies, Entities and all taxpayers that by advantage of the Income Tax Act, 2015 (Act 896) and the Revenue Administration Act, 2016 (Act 915), they’re required to file a return of revenue with the Commissioner-General not later than 4 months after the tip of every yr of evaluation.
For instance, people, Companies, Entities and all taxpayers whose accounting yr ends on thirty first December, 2021 are to submit their Annual Return of Income for the 2021 yr of evaluation and different excellent returns by thirtieth April, 2022.
“We further encourage all taxpayers to file their returns electronically via the Ghana.gov platform. The Ghana.gov platform can be accessed online and via the GRA website, www.gra.gov.gh“
The common public is reminded that the penalty for failure to file a tax return by the due date is Five Hundred Ghana Cedis (GH₵500) and an additional penalty of Ten Ghana Cedis (GH₵10) for every day the failure continues.