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GRA Shuts Down Four Branches Of Palace Mall In Accra

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Officials of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) have shut down four branches of the Palace Mall.

The closure occurred on Tuesday, October 11, 2022.


The affected branches are; Labone, Spintex, Atomic roundabout and Weija.

They were closed for non-compliance with the Authority’s E-VAT Invoicing system.



According to the GRA, a number of selected shops have deliberately failed to issue VAT invoices electronically when customers walk in to make purchases.

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The GRA says failure of these shops to abide by its directive sends signals that they are under-declaring tax.



The Area Manager of GRA’s Accra Central office, Joseph Annan, in a media interview after the closure cautioned managers of the shops not to tamper with the Commissioner’s seal.

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He explained that doing so may compound their situation.





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