10 Things You Cannot Do Without Tax Identification Number (TIN) In Ghana

These are some of the top 10 Things You Cannot Do Without Tax Identification Number (TIN) In Ghana.

Tax Identification Number in Ghana: A Tax Identification Number (TIN) is a unique 11-digit number that is generated by the GRA for persons including corporate entities upon application.

10 Things You Cannot Do Without Tax Identification Number (TIN) In Ghana

Recently, I published an article about how to register for Tax Identification Number (TIN) in Ghana, and a lot of Ghanaians were asking if TIN is really important for our everyday transactions. In answering to this, I just decided to provide them with content about some of the top 10 reasons why every Ghanaian needs a TIN for everyday transactions.

The Tax Identification Number (TIN) is part of efforts to improve tax compliance and broaden the tax net in Ghana.

10 Things You Cannot Do Without Tax Identification Number (TIN) In Ghana.

Today’s article will brief you on some of the top 10 things you cannot do in Ghana without TIN number.

  1. Clearing of goods from the port
  2. Registering your land document with the Lands Commission
  3. Obtaining a tax clearance certificate from GRA
  4. Opening a Bank Account
  5. Filing a case at the court
  6. Obtaining a passport from the passport office
  7. Registering your company at the Registrars General’s Department
  8. Obtaining a driver’s license and registering your vehicle at the DVLA
  9. Receiving Payment from Controller and Accountant General: The Tax Identification Number (TIN) is best used from receiving any payment from the Controller and Accountant General in respect of a contract for the supply of any goods or provision of any services.
  10. Conducting business with Ministries, Departments and Agencies in Ghana

These are some of the 10 Things You Cannot Do Without Tax Identification Number (TIN) In Ghana — as we urge you to recommend this post to friends using the various social media buttons and also comment using the comment box below.

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