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British citizens return to CASH to cut down cost of living

Facing a cost of living squeeze, people in the UK are increasingly returning to cash as a more effective way of managing their budgets...

E-levy failure: government slashes target by over 90%

The government mobilised GH¢93.7 million revenue from the Electronic Transfer Levy (E-Levy) in the first two months of implementation. The amount, mobilised in May and...

GRA’s weak assumptions and sloppiness in E-Levy implementation

It would appear that the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) working on the orders of the finance minister/ministry, on behalf of President Nana Addo Dankwa...

GRA accused of pushing for ‘absurd’ E-LEVY charges

Following the failure of e-levy to deliver as projected by government, Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) has resorted to another strategy in the e-levy implemented,...

E-Levy: GRA rushing full implementation again, threatens sanctions

The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) is back to its old ways, rushing the full implementation of the electronic transfer levy (e-levy) even though there...

E-levy impacts Ghana’s cash-lite society agenda NEGATIVELY – Study

An empirical study on the impact of the controversial electronic transfer levy (e-levy) on electronic transfers conducted by IMANI Ghana, indicates e-levy has impacted...

E-Levy fallout: Mobile money agents cashing in on deposit transactions

Contrary to fears that the implementation of the Electronic Transfer Levy (E-levy) would collapse the business of mobile money agents, there seem to be...

Mobile Money advocacy group deny endorsing E-Levy

The Mobile Money Advocacy Group, Ghana (MoMAG), a group that represents over 20,000 mobile money agents across the country has dissociated itself from news...

Supreme Court dismisses E-levy injunction suit

The Supreme Court has dismissed an interlocutory injunction filed against the implementation of the Electronic Transaction Transfer Levy (E-Levy). The Seven-member panel presided over by...

Vodafone Cash transfer still free, customers pay only 1.5% E-levy

Vodafone Ghana has announced that all Vodafone Cash transfers remain free and transfers above GHS100 are subject to only the  government's 1.5 % electronic...


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