The new tax law enacted by parliament effective September 1st 2015, Income Tax Act, 2015 (Act 896) (Amendments) brings to fore new changes and consolidation of several tax laws into one basic document. The Act covers the taxation of operations in key industries such as financial services, minerals, mining and petroleum. A number of significant changes have been introduced under the new income tax act targeted at curbing tax base erosion and reviewing the country’s tax concession regime. These changes will impact a wide range of business sectors and will also affect individual taxpayers.
This training seeks to educate, equip and expose the various nuances of the Income Tax Act, 2015 and general application of the various tax implications ranging from corporation tax, capital allowances, VAT, WHT, PAYE, NHIL, GetFund,Corporation tax, etc.
It will also include preparing business tax returns and other forms of taxes. This course is designed as an intermediate course in tax administration and in the preparation of tax returns for various forms of business entities.
At the end this two days’ session participants would have gained a thorough understanding and application of tax rules in the following key areas:
- Overview of Tax Administration in Ghana
- Corporate tax principles:
- Business Expenses allowed and disallowed for tax purposes,
- Capital Allowances,
- Other chargeable income,
- Capital gains, etc.
- New VAT calculation – Input and output Vat calculations
- Withholding (WHT) – Calculation of WHT
- PAYE Calculations and Returns
- Net Worth Method of Assessing Tax liabilities
- Income Tax Self-Assessment
- Tax planning strategies
- Tax Audit Tips
Business owners; Accountants; Finance officers and Managers involved in the tax management of businesses in Ghana.
Business Tax Management (In-person)
₵1,800.00Online booking closed
Business Tax Management (Virtual)
₵1,250.00Online booking closed
Wednesday, January 13, 2021 - Friday, January 15, 2021
Wednesday, July 14, 2021 - Friday, July 16, 2021
Monday, December 13, 2021 - Wednesday, December 15, 2021