Find out the list of transactions to be affected by E-Levy from May 1

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The Electronic Transfer Levy Act of 2022 (Act 1075), sometimes known as the E-Levy, was signed into law by the President on Thursday, March 31, 2022.

Electronic Transfer Levy Act imposes a 1.50 percent sur most electronic transactions

The Minority in Parliament walked out before the Majority approved the tax, claiming it will deepen the misery of ordinary Ghanaians.

The Bill, which was originally set at 1.75 percent, was cut to 1.50 percent and is projected to generate GH6 billion in tax revenue.

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According to the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA), its structures have been altered to guarantee tax collection.

The new Electronic Transfer Levy Act, which will take effect on May 1, 2022, as announced by the Finance Minister.

Transactions E-Levy will cover

i. Mobile money transfers done between accounts on the same electronic money issuer

ii. Mobile money transfers from an account on one electronic money issuer to a recipient on another electronic money issuer

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iii. Transfers from bank accounts to mobile money accounts

iv. Transfers from mobile money accounts to bank accounts

v. Bank transfers on an instant pay digital platform or application originating from a bank account belonging to an individual subject to a threshold to be determined by the Minister

ansactions E-Levy will NOT cover

The Finance Ministry has also highlighted some scenarios where the E-Levy will not apply. They are;

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i. Cumulative transfers of GHC100 per day made by the same person

ii. Transfers between accounts owned by the same person

iii. Transfers for the payment of taxes, fees and charges on the platform

iv. Electronic clearing of cheques

v. Specified merchant payments (that is, payments to commercial establishments registered with the GRA for income tax and VAT purposes)

vi. Transfers between principal, master agent and agent’s accounts


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Written by Micheal Owusu


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