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Mobile money transactions hit GH₵953.2bn in 2021

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The total value of mobile money transactions in 2021 is estimated at GH₵953.2 billion, Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta has revealed. He was speaking  at a...

E-Levy: only FOUR items exempted

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A leaked copy of the Electronic Transfer Levy (E-Levy) Bill yet to be debated by Parliament, indicates that all electronic transaction in the country...

E-Levy announcement impacts MoMo PAYMENTS negatively – Telcos

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Even though the E-Levy on electronic transactions has not taken effect yet, the telcos say they have started seeing some human behavioral changes towards...

eCommerce Association kicks against E-Levy

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The eCommerce Association of Ghana (eCAG) has said the new E-Levy on electronic transactions announced by finance minister Ken Ofori-Atta in the 2022 Budget...

Transfers to self on interoperability platform will not attract E-Levy –...

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Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta has said that money transfers from one's wallet to his own bank account and vice versa on the mobile money...

E-Levy will cover road tolls – Adu-Boahen

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A Deputy Finance Minister, Charles Adu-Boahen says the money that would have been paid as road tolls will now be taken care of by...

Government slaps 1.75% E-levy on MoMo, electronic transactions

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Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta has announced a new 1.75 per cent tax called E-levy on mobile money and all electronic transactions in the country...

Hubtel, Expresspay, IT Consortium deserve national awards for designing Ghana.gov –...

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Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta has recommended national awards for three Ghanaian Fintechs, Hubtel, Expresspay and IT Consortium for designing and managing the Ghana.gov platform...

Ghana.Gov to stem corruption, increase revenue by GHS3 billion – Bawumia

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Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has indicated that the newly launched single point of access to all government services and revenue collection, Ghana.gov would...

Databank withdraws from controversial Agyapa deal

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Investment and brokerage firm, Databank has withdrawn its services as a financial advisor in the Agyapa royalties deal. The firm together with Imara Holding Limited...

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