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Property Taxes to be reviewed from 1956 rates...

Jimjones

Village Elder
#4
Dear Taxpayer,

The Finance Act 2020 introduced a new tax known as Digital Service Tax (DST) effective 1st January 2021. DST is charged at 1.5% of the gross transaction value and shall be payable by a person whose income from service is derived from or accrues in Kenya through a digital market place. Tax shall be due at the time of transfer of payment for the service to the service provider.

For residents and companies with a permanent establishment in Kenya, the DST will be offset against the income taxes due in the year of income. For non-residents and companies without a permanent establishment in Kenya, DST will be a final tax.

For queries or further assistance, call 0711 099 999 or send us an email to callcentre@kra.go.ke.

Sincerely,

Commissioner for Domestic Taxes.
 
#5
Shyte Jubilee kututomba matako kabisa
It's lube season..
Uhuru will not shaft Himself and Family, ongeza Ruto, Amollo Odinga, Gideon Moi and all established politician whom have hoarded lots of land and developed properties across the land.
very few politicians in .ke can approach land issues with a sober head, competitive land rates on the other side makes it hard for people to hoard land for speculation purposes.
 

Jimjones

Village Elder
#6
Uhuru will not shaft Himself and Family, ongeza Ruto, Amollo Odinga, Gideon Moi and all established politician whom have hoarded lots of land and developed properties across the land.
very few politicians in .ke can approach land issues with a sober head, competitive land rates on the other side makes it hard for people to hoard land for speculation purposes.
I saw some other clause indicating that there are some "privilidged persons i income tax law and are exempted from paying some taxes"... Who else is priviledged if it is not Kenyattas and Mois of Kenya?
 

Randy

Village Sponsor
#8
Uhuru will not shaft Himself and Family, ongeza Ruto, Amollo Odinga, Gideon Moi and all established politician whom have hoarded lots of land and developed properties across the land.
very few politicians in .ke can approach land issues with a sober head, competitive land rates on the other side makes it hard for people to hoard land for speculation purposes.
Bro, these niggas merged two banks without paying a single cent in taxes... tax ni ya walala hoi.
 
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