26-08-2017 by redazione
The Kenya Revenue Authority (the local tax office) gives time up to the end of August to digitize its PIN number, the code that operates in Kenya as a tax for businesses and individuals.
Since the beginning of the year, the process of reactivating and inserting PIN numbers has begun within the I-TAX system, which allows the verification and payment of all types of tax due also to foreigners whether they are resident or even A real estate or mobile that they enjoy in Kenya.
For example without a PIN you can no longer own a car, you can not have a light bill or water called for your name, as well as of course a home or a land.
Anyone who has not yet made the conversion of their "old" PIN number to the new digitized format still has 4 days working time until Thursday 31 August. After that, he will have to repeat all the trafila to get it by turning to the offices of the KRA, and pay any fines of the years when he did not register. The I-TAX system will allow you to pay for utilities, contributions, and more from your mobile phone by entering the Kenyan tax office site.
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