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Tax is a dynamic area in East Africa. The changes that the Government has implemented on tax policies have far-reaching implications on business every year and as a result, there is a need for a dynamic team to keep abreast of them. The firm is focused on finding opportunities and leveraging them to clients’ best advantage in the form of significant tax savings. Our tailored tax planning advice enables clients to gain a competitive advantage. Our tax services include:
  • Acting as tax agents for submission of tax returns
  • Attending routine queries from tax authorities
  • Registering with tax authorities and assisting in dealing with income tax, VAT, and PAYE audits and investigations
  • Assistance in processing Personal Identification Number (PIN) and tax procedures
  • Assistance in getting tax exemption status from qualifying clients
  • Issuing of audit certificates for VAT refund claims
  • Tax Health checks with respect to corporate tax, PAYE, VAT, and withholding tax
  • Tax and Advisory

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    Tax Insights

    Tax priorities and trends for 2022

    Tax Priorities and Trends For 2022 Section 39 B of ITA was amended to grant tax rebate to any employer who engages at least ten graduates from Technical and Vocational  Education and Training Centers for a period of six to

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    KKCO Tax Alert – Corporate Minimum Tax

    INTRODUCTION On 30th of June 2020, the President of the republic of Kenya assented to the Finance Act 2020 which amended the Income Tax Act. This  introduced under Section 12D of the Act , a minimum tax (MT) at the

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    The Tax Laws (Amendment) (No. 2) Act, 2020

    INTRODUCTION During the September 2020 COVID-19 conference, the President engaged the National Treasury to review the tax cushions put in place in April of 2020 to protect Kenyans and the economy against the adverse effects of COVID-19. On 4th December

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    Frequently asked questions

    How to File a Nil Return on iTax

    KRA Nil Returns applies to those who do not have a source of income sometimes referred to as the unemployed. Source of income in sense that the taxpayer does not have income from Rental, Business or Employment. To be able to file your KRA Nil Returns on iTax, you need to ensure that you have with you KRA PIN Number and KRA iTax Password. Watch the steps here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pyF56yvVapE
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