Cc: Senior villagers, Village Elders KRA Tax Evasion

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So now, i came across this.
guys are being slapped with a fine of 20k and given 5 days to return the car to Uganda
Does this amount to tax evasion?
The owners are Kenyans.
How cheap is it importing from UG?
 

De Clerk.

Village Elder
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someone told me it costs as little as 200k (it varies)to buy the car from UG. Of course the issue of tax and 'age' of the vehicle arises.
 

Osiris

Village Elder
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What if I have the car remain registered under UG owner but have him swear an avidavit that he has sold the car to me. I also get it insured in Uganda.
 
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Hakuna kitu kama hiyo, for as long as you apply for temporary importation and obtain approved forms C.32 and F. 18 (all under the EAC) from Customs you are good to go. You only need to pay 50USD and you are allowed to use the car locally for 3 months, which is renewable. For your information, I have 3 cars with UG plates, the Harrier which I use in Nairobi, a Mark II and a Corolla which are in car hire and taxi business in Kisumu and Busia respectively.
 

WuTang

Village Chief
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Hakuna kitu kama hiyo, for as long as you apply for temporary importation and obtain approved forms C.32 and F. 18 (all under the EAC) from Customs you are good to go. You only need to pay 50USD and you are allowed to use the car locally for 3 months, which is renewable. For your information, I have 3 cars with UG plates, the Harrier which I use in Nairobi, a Mark II and a Corolla which are in car hire and taxi business in Kisumu and Busia respectively.
Boss, KRA imeanza kuletea owners of Ugandan registered vehicles shida. Kaa rada.
 

Purr_27

Village Elder
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Hakuna kitu kama hiyo, for as long as you apply for temporary importation and obtain approved forms C.32 and F. 18 (all under the EAC) from Customs you are good to go. You only need to pay 50USD and you are allowed to use the car locally for 3 months, which is renewable. For your information, I have 3 cars with UG plates, the Harrier which I use in Nairobi, a Mark II and a Corolla which are in car hire and taxi business in Kisumu and Busia respectively.
Its 80 USD per 3 months
 
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Okiya

Guest
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Hakuna kitu kama hiyo, for as long as you apply for temporary importation and obtain approved forms C.32 and F. 18 (all under the EAC) from Customs you are good to go. You only need to pay 50USD and you are allowed to use the car locally for 3 months, which is renewable. For your information, I have 3 cars with UG plates, the Harrier which I use in Nairobi, a Mark II and a Corolla which are in car hire and taxi business in Kisumu and Busia respectively.
Is it true that every three months I have to drive the vehicle to the port of entry in order to renew my documents?
 

Ice_Cube

Village Chief
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Hakuna kitu kama hiyo, for as long as you apply for temporary importation and obtain approved forms C.32 and F. 18 (all under the EAC) from Customs you are good to go. You only need to pay 50USD and you are allowed to use the car locally for 3 months, which is renewable. For your information, I have 3 cars with UG plates, the Harrier which I use in Nairobi, a Mark II and a Corolla which are in car hire and taxi business in Kisumu and Busia respectively.

I heard the fee depends on CC? over 2,000 CC has a different charge?
 
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