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Kenya revenue authority (KRA) has raised the fine for late filing of annual income tax returns from kshs1, 000 to kshs20, 000.

Taxes paid during the year 2016 must be filed on or before 30th June 2017, if it is not filed by the due date, the taxpayer (you) will be required to pay KRA a fine of shs20, 000 or 5% of the tax due, whichever is higher. Those who have not filed 2014/2015 returns should do so; you will be charged a penalty of kshs1, 000 and some interest.

Those who need tax compliance certificates must ensure that they have filed all their taxes and paid the tax due, penalties, fines or interests due to them.

 

You can read more about increase on late tax filing penalty here:

http://www.businessdailyafrica.com/news/KRA-raises-tax-returns-filing-penalty-to-Sh20-000/539546-3920506-11hj9rm/index.html

 

The good news is, these taxes can be filed now. Avoid the last minute rush and file your tax using the guide in this link

http://www.hapakenya.com/2016/06/08/how-to-file-your-income-tax-returns-on-itax/

Those of us, who were working last year, kindly ask your employer to provide you with your P9-A form as soon as possible. P9-A is the main ingredient in filing your returns.

All people with KRA PIN has to file returns. Save yourself from paying a fine and file your returns today or on time.

Also, inform your relatives on the need to file returns on time.

At Jamii Imara Investments Limited we offer these services at kes327 per return filed.

Reach us on 0715 2645 481 and save kes19, 648 today.

 

 

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