Kenyans in the Diaspora / Expatriates Working in Kenya
TaxInABox is a bespoke service curated to cater to the unique queries that expatriates and Kenyans in the diaspora have regarding to their tax position. This is because becoming an expatriate or a Kenyan living in the diaspora means that you have to determine;
Tax residence based on number of days spent in the foreign country,
Tax status of employment, consultancy and business income,
The availability of foreign tax credits to Kenyan citizens,
Impact of double tax agreements between Kenya and foreign countries,
Tax registration, tax calculation and tax filing obligations.
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TaxInABox is a $45 service, for a 30 – 45 minute call to discuss the issues above, via telephone or Skype.
KRA offered firms more time to comply with regulations that demand the taxman receives real-time data on traders’ daily sales through Internet-enabled electronic tax registers.KRA has given firms until August 2022 to install new electronic tax registers. - Business Daily pic.twitter.com/ngMU5jCcbe
The KRA has set a Sh13.9 bn. tax goal in the next 3yrs through June 2022 from foreign firms using the Internet to market products in Kenya.KRA identified foreign firms, which accrue income through digital marketplaces-as a major driver of tax recpts in coming yrs.-Business Daily pic.twitter.com/woMs65NeNQ
The suspicious exports, which involves 44 companies dealing in gold, gemstones, salt and soapstone, has been flagged by Auditor-General Nancy Gathungu in the audited accounts of the Ministry of Mining and Petroleum for the 2018/19 financial year. nation.africa/kenya/business…
The taxman through the Kenya Gazette notice has given Kenya Power 30days to clear the transformers that were shipped into the country 7 yrs ago. The KRA auction is linked to delays by Kenya Power in clearing taxes for the import of the transformers & storage fees.-Business Daily pic.twitter.com/H0KoL0hvbC