The 2016 Budget will build on the foundation laid to restructure and transform the economy towards sustained and inclusive growth; minimise our exposure to volatilities; and position Ghana to consolidate its status as a Middle Income Country.
The tax regime in Ghana has seen a number of changes in recent times. There are some further expected changes according to the 2015 budget statement and economic policy.
Customs and International Trade Services
On Wednesday 19 November 2014 the Minister of Finance of the Republic of Ghana, Hon. Seth E. Tekper presented the 2015 Budget Statement and Economic Policy to Parliament. Tax policy and revenue administration reforms continue to be key fiscal policy drivers for 2015.
PwC Tax Academy 2015 schedule of topics