Ghana Revenue Authority Workers Salary Structure
Ghana Revenue Authority Workers Salary
The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) was established in 2009 as a merger of the three revenue agencies, i.e.
- The Customs, Excise and Preventive Service (CEPS),
- The Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the Value Added Tax Service (VATS)
- Revenue Agencies Governing Board (RAGB) in accordance with the Ghana Revenue Authority Act 2009, (Act 791).
Their core mandate is to ensure maximum compliance with all relevant tax law is in order to ensure a sustainable revenue stream for government, trade facilitation and a controlled and safe flow of goods across the country’s borders.
They also administer a number of international agreements that govern our relations with other tax jurisdictions and institutions such as World Customs Organisation Protocols, World Trade Organisation Protocols, Double Taxation and Exchange of Information Agreements.
The Authority is made up of two operational divisions; Domestic Tax Revenue Division (DTRD), and Customs Division (CD) with assistance from the Support Services Division (SSD) and the Commissioner General’s Secretariat.
To be a world-class revenue administration recognized for professionalism, integrity and excellence.
To mobilise revenue for national development in a transparent, fair, effective and efficient manner.
Integrity. Fairness. Service. Teamwork. Innovation. Professionalism.
- Provide a holistic approach to tax and customs administration;
- Reduce administrative and tax compliance cost and provide better service to taxpayers;
- Promote efficient collection of revenue and the equitable distribution of tax burden and ensure greater transparency and integrity.
- Ensure greater accountability to Government for the professional management of tax administration;
- I mprove information linkage and sharing of information among the Divisions of the Authority;
- Provide a one-stop service for taxpayers for the submission of returns and payment of taxes;
- Provide common tax procedures that enable tax payers to be governed by a single set of rules: and
- Provide for other matters related to the improvement of revenue administration.
FUNCTIONS Ghana Revenue Authority Workers Salary
In order to achieve the above objects, the Authority has been charged to perform the following functions:
(a) Assess and collect taxes, interest and penalties on taxes due to the Republic with optimum efficiency;
(b) Pay the amounts collected into the Consolidated Fund unless otherwise provided by this Act and other Acts;
(c) Promote tax compliance and tax education;
(d) Combat tax fraud and evasion and co-operate to that effect with other competent law enforcement agencies and revenue agencies in other countries;
(e) Advise District Assemblies on the assessment and collection of their revenue;
(f) Prepare and publish reports and statistics related to its revenue collection;
(g) Make recommendations to the Minister on revenue collection policy; and
(h) Perform any other function in relation to revenue as directed by the Minister or assigned to it under any other enactment.
Ghana Revenue Authority
Generally, Ghana Revenue Authority workers are paid based on their qualification and ranks in Ghana, to some extent, The number of years also play a significant role.
The Ghana Revenue Authority is charged with the regulation of Tax and it collection in Ghana.
Ghana Revenue Authority personnel is paid based on the Single Spine Salary Structure (SSSS) which was implemented in 2010.
Ghana Revenue Authority Workers Salary
Here is Ghana Revenue Authority Workers Salary
A graduate recruit in the Ghana Revenue Authority is expected to earn more than an Ghana Revenue Authority officer with WASSCE or SSCE.
Ghana Revenue Authority ranges between About ¢1500 – ¢3500 monthly.
This information above is for guidance only
Ghana Revenue Authority Workers
Who is the Ghana Revenue Authority boss in Ghana?
Ammishaddai Owusu-Amoah is now the acting Commissioner-General of the Ghana Revenue Authority and still responsible for DTRD. Government of Ghana in June 2021, appointed three new top management level staff to the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) which included Mr Ammishaddai Owusu-Amoah.