80 Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) staffers fired last year in corruption clean-up

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  • Janet  On 01/07/2018 at 9:02 am

    Bankrupt businessman John Pyneandy is not paying his taxes. he is collecting millions from poor traders by renting property, which he does not own to these poor men. He should be in prison.

  • Geraldine  On 01/07/2018 at 12:27 pm

    I hope they have trained staff ready to jump into the vacancies that these firings will leave. Collecting taxes is a daily task and the government needs all hands on deck to be successful in it’s collections.
    The cleanup has begun. Let it continue until Guyana regains the integrity of a tax system that operated before its so-called Independence.

    Delinquent business owners should be given a penalty amnesty and if they still don’t cough up what they owe, then their businesses should be c;losed or confiscated to pay the taxes owed.

    New year, new methods need to be employed to stop these thieving bandits who flourished freely before the last election.

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