GRA launches online tax payment options

-new automated driver’s licence

The Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) has launched an online tax and mobile payment system, with the hopes of promoting greater transparency while making access convenient to taxpayers.

In addition to its Online and Tele-Banking Payment Option System, which was accessible as of yesterday to persons with internet access, the GRA also unveiled a new automated driver’s licence with increased security features.

Speaking at the launch yesterday at GRA’s Camp Street headquarters, Public Relations Manager Marcia Harris said taxpayers can now make payments of income, property and other taxes from the comfort of their homes, a mobile phone or wherever they have access to the internet.

In addition, the authority has also partnered with Grace Kennedy to enable customers to make tax payments at Bill Express locations countrywide, and through Demerara Bank as of yesterday, and, in another few days, at the Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry (GBTI) and Republic Bank (Guyana) as well.

It was also disclosed at the launching yesterday that taxpayers will also have access to other locations in addition to GRA’s Camp Street offices, …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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