GUIDELINES ON TAXATION OF NON-RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS

GUIDELINES ON TAXATION OF NON-RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS The Value Added Tax Act was amended through Finance Bill 2007 by deleting Paragraph 10(c) from the Third Schedule. Following the amendment renting, leasing, hiring or letting of non-residential buildings will become taxable with effect from 1st January, 2008.  The following Guidelines are issued in order to guide staff

How to handle KRA estimated Assesments

Assessments issued under section 73(3) of the Income tax Act Section 73(3) empowers the Commissioner to raise an Assessment where a taxpayer fails to submit a return which Assessment is loosely referred to as “Estimated Assessments”. Once an Assessment is issued, it can only be vacated or amended upon receipt of a valid objection and

Understanding VAT in businesses

Value Added Tax (VAT) VAT is an indirect tax that is paid by the person who consumes taxable goods and taxable services supplied in Kenya and/or imported into Kenya The tax is collected at designated points by VAT registered persons who act as the agents of the Government. VAT on imported services is paid by
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