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E-Levy Is Not Going To Be Charged On Persons But Transactions

Minister of Energy, Matthew Opoku Prempeh has clarified the controversies that have sparked following the announcement of E-Levy on electronic transactions.

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The Finance Minister, Ken Ofori Atta disclosed during the 2022 budget that 1.7 percent has been added to mobile money and all electronic transactions.

Following the announcement, the E-Levy has become one of the major topics everyone is talking about both traditional and social media.

The Minister of Energy, Matthew Opoku Prempeh in an interview on TV3 attempted to clarify the controversial E-Levy imposed on all transactions.

He explained that the E-Levy is going to be charged on transactions and not person adding that the modus is just like VAT which has been in existence since the old days.

Watch the video below…

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