MRA TRAINS MEDIA ON TAX MEASURES Featured

Written by  Tasungana Kazembe

The Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) has appealed to media practitioners to sensitise the public regarding the newly passed Tax Amendment Bills, MRA’s initiatives, mandates and drive to enhance tax compliance.

Steve Kapoloma: The target is achievable Steve Kapoloma: The target is achievable
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Head of Corporate Affairs at MRA Steve Kapoloma made the appeal at Nkopola in Mangochi during the inaugural 2021-2022 new tax measures media training.


Kapoloma said  the 2021-2022 revenue target has been set at MK1.033 trillion, translating to  a 28% growth rate compared to the previous fiscal year.

‘’The target is achievable owing to initiatives like extension of tax stamps to various products like alcohol, intensifying anti smuggling campaign but also dealing with tax non-compliance among others’’ said Kapoloma.


The training will among others focus on Duty Free Week, Tax Stamps and Advance Income Tax.

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