What the Electronic Tax Stamp Tender Means for Tanzanians
The government's decision to introduce electronic tax stamps on all good produced in the country to enable better collection of taxes has has been welcomed by manufacturers, but the Swiss company who will manage the process has come under fire.
Calculations by the Parliamentary Budget Committee show that prices of bottled mineral water, soft drinks, spirits, and beer will rise between Sh13.5 and Sh29.57 per litre if the producers decide to factor in the costs of the electronic tax stamp.
Citizen, 19 June 2018
The introduction of electronic tax stamps may have excited some taxpayers but the manner in which the tender for the task was awarded to the Swiss firm has raised eyebrows of a… Read more »
Tanzania: Liquor Firms Hail New Government Stamps
Daily News, 18 June 2018
LIQUOR producers have commended the government decision to introduce electronic tax stamps to replace the current ones on paper, saying the system would help curb illegal… Read more »
Citizen, 18 June 2018
Liquor manufacturers are happy with the government's 2018/19 budget, saying it has some provisions that will halt the illicit production of the products (liquors). Read more »