Gov’t Won’t Tax Luxurious Vehicles – GRA

The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) has disclosed government has no plans whatsoever to tax luxury vehicle with larger engine capacities in the country.

It would be recalled in the past few days there was a letter speculating on various social media with the subject, “Implementation of Luxury Vehicle Levy.”

The letter went on to say that the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) was authorized to annual Levy imposed on luxurious vehicles with higher engine capacities.

The information caused stir on the various social media platforms; where most people rained insult on the government and referred to the President as insensitive.

However, GRA issued a statement Friday, December 2 2022 to debunk such falsehood. The statement said such claims is false as the publisher and his publication was not authorized by the GRA.

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It stressed, “GRA wishes to inform the general public that this publication was not issued by the Authority and its contents are completely FALSE. No
levies have been imposed on luxury vehicles and neither is the DVLA
authorized to collect such levies.”

The authority has urged the public to disregard the said publication and cautioned those spreading the false information to desist from doing so.

The statement assured, “Investigations are currently being carried out into the source of this misleading information and persons found to have deliberately fabricated and circulated this information will be sanctioned appropriately.”

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