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Ghanaians oppose e-levy, not confident it will fund development programmes

graph R9 release 2022-07-13 at 3.35.24 PM

The Afrobarometer Round 9 survey shows that three-fourths of Ghanaians disapprove of the recently passed electronic transaction levy (e-levy).

The study also shows that a majority of Ghanaians believe there are several important goals that a tax revenue system must achieve, including ensuring that people understand the taxes they owe, reducing the tax burden, using tax revenues more effectively, and ensuring that citizens and businesses pay taxes.

 

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