Tag: Value Added Tax

Govt praised for recognising frontline workers, removing VAT on medical supplies

Govt praised for recognising frontline workers, removing VAT on medical supplies

Gavin Lewis Gavin Lewis- September 9, 2020

- healthcare workers commit to “putting their best foot forward” in fight against the pandemic “I am beyond elated that ... Read More

Income Tax amendment gets greenlight

Income Tax amendment gets greenlight

Staff Writer Staff Writer- January 3, 2019

DPI, Guyana, Thursday, January 3, 2019 Said to be the largest bill of the day, the Income Tax Amendment Bill ... Read More

Increase of private tuition to be examined – Minister Harmon

Increase of private tuition to be examined – Minister Harmon

Staff Writer Staff Writer- April 6, 2018

DPI, GUYANA, Friday, April 6, 2018 The matter of the hike in the tuition of some private schools may be ... Read More

Government warns against price gouging

Government warns against price gouging

Staff Writer Staff Writer- January 30, 2017

GINA, GUYANA, Monday, January, 30, 2017 The government side of the House voted down a motion to restore zero rated ... Read More

VAT,  Capital Gains Tax (Amendment) Bills passed

VAT,  Capital Gains Tax (Amendment) Bills passed

Staff Writer Staff Writer- January 5, 2017

GINA, GUYANA, Thursday, January, 5, 2016   The Value-Added Tax (Amendment) Bill 2016 was today passed by the National Assembly. ... Read More

Ministers Patterson, Bulkan say naysayers ignoring many positives in Budget 2017

Ministers Patterson, Bulkan say naysayers ignoring many positives in Budget 2017

Staff Writer Staff Writer- December 2, 2016

GINA, GUYANA, Friday, December 02, 2016 Public Infrastructure Minister David Patterson said it is unfortunate that Budget 2017 discussions have ... Read More

IMF team to assess VAT to determine feasibility of reduction

IMF team to assess VAT to determine feasibility of reduction

Staff Writer Staff Writer- July 19, 2016

Georgetown, GINA, July 19, 2016 A team comprising experts from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is due in Guyana next ... Read More

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