Tag Archives: the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA)

Over 70, 000 self-employed citizens escaped GRA’s tax net last year –AG

Over 70, 000 self-employed citizens escaped GRA’s tax net last year –AG

Auditor General, Deodat Sharma

 This was highlighted by Auditor General, Deodat Sharma in his latest report.

As at 31 December 2016, Sharma said that there were 131,893 registered self-employed persons in the GRA database of which 92,326 were identified as active.  However, only 18,337 persons or 20% of the active registrants filed returns. Continue reading

GRA boss: Former cops for new investigative department

Godfrey Statia – GRA

The Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) has taken the decision to implement a crucial internal affairs department which would investigate staff members who are caught in certain “suspicious” circumstances.

This is according to GRA’s Commissioner General, Godfrey Statia.
In an interview with Kaieteur News, Statia explained that such a department is absolutely necessary for the Authority as it seeks to restore the confidence of the public in the entity as well as improve its day to day operations.     Continue reading

APNU-AFC’s economic plan…All agents of financial lawlessness will be dealt with

APNU-AFC’s economic plan…All agents of financial lawlessness in NICIL, GRA, GFC, GGMC etc will be dealt with – APNU-AFC

MARCH 2, 2015 | BY |  By: Kiana Wilburg

…so that the much needed transparency and accountability can be returned

Carl GreenidgePhoto: APNU’s Shadow Minister of Finance, Carl Greenidge

APNU’s Shadow Minister of Finance Carl Greenidge in a recent interview with this publication explained some of the details of the APNU-AFC programme for improved governance as it relates to economic development, financial legislation and taxation reform.

While it gears to launch its election campaign on Wednesday in preparation for the May 11 polls, A Partnership for National Unity-Alliance For Change (APNU-AFC) disclosed that it is practically in the final stages of preparing its joint economic plan for the nation. Continue reading

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