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Tax Justice Coalition - Ghana

We the members of the Tax Justice Coalition, having the succinct recognition of tax injustices in Ghana and the world at large, believe that the citizens (tax payers) and the government with its allied institutions who hold a fiduciary role in the management of tax revenues, ought to execute their respective roles in a just, coherent and honest manner, thus promoting transparency, integrity and accountability in the tax system particularly in Ghana.

To this end, the Ghana Tax Justice Coalition seeks to work at the local and national level to complement regional and continental efforts to deliver tax justice.

Annual Report

2020 ANNUAL REPORT, TAX JUSTICE COALITION – GHANA

Introduction The Coronavirus pandemic was the most defining occurrence in 2020. The year started with hopeful projections but the onset...
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Publications Reports

A SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE TAX EXEMPTIONS AND INCENTIVE REGIMES IN GHANA

INTRODUCTION Tax incentives can be defined as deliberate concessions, provisions and conditions enacted into law, reducing tax and lessening the...
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Press Releases

Mobilising Tax Revenues for National Development and Poverty Reduction

Click to read or download Revenue Mobilisation and Utilisation
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Press Releases

Pass the Tax Exemptions Bill Now

Click to read or download Pass the Exemptions Bill Now
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Tax Culture: Perspectives from an African State

ABSTRACT Universally, Tax Culture is not a very common topic but it is critical to administrative governance and economic development....
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Tax haven ranking shows countries setting global tax rules do most to help firms bend them

A club of rich countries determining global rules on corporate tax are responsible for over two-thirds of global corporate tax...
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GH₵1.9bn lost to petroleum tax evasion in 2019 — CBOD reports

The Chamber of Bulk Oil Distributors (CBOD) has revealed that the government and people of Ghana lost GH₵1.9billion to tax...
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Taxing MoMo charges will be double slap for telcos – tax experts

https://bit.ly/3q9AXdL Dr. Abdullah Ali-Nakyea Some tax experts have taken umbrage with the campaign by Minister-designate for Communication, Mrs. Ursula Owusu-Ekuful,...
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UN body to investigate impact of Irish tax policy on children in developing countries

9th November 2020 Press Statement: For Immediate Release UN body to investigate impact of Irish tax policy on children in...
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Press Releases

UN body to investigate impact of Irish tax policy on children in developing countries

Click to read or download PRESS STATEMENT- TAX JUSTICE COALITION_UNCRC
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THE AGYAPA ROYALTIES DEAL IS A TAX AVOIDANCE SCHEME

Press Statement For immediate released on the 27th August 2020 THE AGYAPA ROYALTIES DEAL IS A TAX AVOIDANCE SCHEME The...
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CSOs Response to the Implementation of the Minerals Income Investment Fund and Matters Arising

CSOs Response to the Implementation of the Minerals Income Investment Fund and Matters Arising Date: 25th August, 2020 Ladies and...
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Tax Justice Coalition of Ghana launches Financial Bleeding Register

The Tax Justice Coalition of Ghana has launched a portal, dubbed ‘Ghana Financial Bleeding Register.’ The Ghana Financial Bleeding Register(FBR)...
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COVID 19 Updates

Debt in developing countries has doubled in less than a decade

Jubilee Debt Campaign reveals sharp rise in number of countries in distress since 2018 Developing nation debt has more than...
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RTI law does not fully support fighting illicit financial flows

Accra, Aug. 13, GNA – Dr. Stephen Manteaw, the Co-chair of the Ghana Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative has noted that...
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COVID 19 Updates

THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: GOVERNMENT MUST ADOPT PROGRESSIVE MEASURES

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How can civil society help achieve more equitable and accountable tax systems?

There is growing international attention on tax collection in low-income countries. This attention is only amplifying in light of the...
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COVID 19 Updates Reports

GENDER, SOCIOECONOMIC AND FISCAL RESPONSE MEASURES

Introduction Most developing countries have limited capacities to handle the socio-economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic and are already facing...
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COVID 19 Updates Reports

COVID 19 RESPONSE: THE FISCAL MEASURES AND IMPACTS

Background The COVID-19 pandemic has spread rapidly across the world and as a result, has placed all economies globally under...
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Annual Report Reports

GHANA TAX DIALOGUE REGIONAL FORUMS 2019

Oxfam Ghana funded the 2019 Ghana Tax Dialogue Forum. Moving Ghana beyond Aid as a policy of the current Government...
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Public forum on tax compliance and responsibility held at Takoradi.

Evaluation on tax usage and inadequate education on taxation has been the major cause of tax evasion across the country.

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Public forum on tax compliance and responsibility held in Kumasi

Government has been urged to put in measures to ensure that the tax system is equitable and just enough to serve

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Public forum on tax compliance and responsibility held in Tamale

The forum, which was on the theme: “Addressing policy challenges and regulatory loopholes to improve tax compliance in Ghana,”

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Membership is open to organisations and individuals who are working directly to achieve the Coalition’s goals. Organisations who wish to support the Tax Justice Coalition are also invited to become supporting-partners. Supporting-partners do not have voting rights.

Terms of Membership

An organisation and or individual shall be eligible to apply for membership of the Tax Coalition if one or more of the following applies:

  • The organisation/person is interested in and/or actively involved in promoting tax justice
  • The organisation/person has similar objectives and support the objectives of the Coalition.
  • Globally revolutionize global sources through
November 5, 2019
Modern City Hotel, Tamale - Ghana.
November 7, 2019
Ceeta Kel Hotel, Kumasi
November 12, 2019
Hillcrest Hotel, Takoradi - Ghana.
National Coordinator
Policy Analyst
November 24, 2022
Tomreik Hotel East Legon Accra