The growing interest by members of the general public on the newly introduced service of paying taxes online has prompted the Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) to provide hands-on demonstrations across Malawi on how to effect the payments.
MRA Commissioner General Tom Malata says this on his update page www.mra.mw/press-releases/e-payments-clinics
“MRA is pleased to inform the business community and the public that it will hold clinics to demonstrate how taxpayers can register and make domestic tax payments on the E-payments platform…there will be hourly demonstration sessions at each of the venues starting from 8am to 4pm. This is open and free to all taxpayers,” Malata says.
This Thursday 5th October 2017 the clinic is at Blantyre Protea Ryalls Hotel; on Monday 9th October 2017 at Lilongwe Crossroads Hotel and Mzuzu’s Sunbird Hotel will host on Friday 13thOctober 2017.
MRA introduced e-payment this year to reduce time spent by taxpayers in queuing in banks and save many from punitive penalties as they can pay tax from anywhere, at any time of the day.
Malata says the meetings are very important and encourages taxpayers to attend so that prompt and convenient electronic payment of taxes is advanced.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :