GRA locks up Metro TV for Gh¢2.3m tax default

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Ghana Revenue Authority’s (GRA) has shut down media company, Metro TV for defaulting taxes worth GH¢2.3 million.

The media company has been put under audit and are thus excluded from a tax amnesty.

The move by the Debt Management Compliance Enforcement Unit of GRA follows the authority’s resolve to improve revenue generation and enforce tax compliance.

More soon…

Written by Eugene Nyavor

Eugene Nyavor is the Founding Editor at Gh Links.

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