|GRA has zero tolerance for unprofessional conduct|
Given its mandate to collect and secure revenue for the state, the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) cannot and will not countenance any misdemeanours or slippages where security is concerned.
In the past those slippages have cost the GRA great shame, criticism and unwarranted public attention, all of which have prompted management of the Authority to put corrective measures in place.
Since its establishment in the year 2000, the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) has evolved and continues to evolve, increasing its infrastructure and technical capacity.
The GRA's website has been designed to cater to your online needs as it relates to accessing information on taxation matters.You can access the latest updates on what's happening within the agency, download forms, and for those persons who require information on the taxes administered by the agency, you can check the categories listed on the left panel of our website. Importers and Exporters who transact business with the GRA in foreign currencies can check every month for the full list of the Rates of Exchange, below.
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If you have a tax query, we encourage you to call our 24-Hour Tax Hotline on 592-227-6060 extensions 1201-1204. Our Hotline is also available during the lunch hour (12:00 to 13:00hours). For your convenience, if you call after the close of business; that is, after 16:30 hours on Mondays to Thursdays or after 15:30 hours on Fridays, you can leave a brief message including your daytime telephone number and a Tax Specialist will return your call and answer your query.
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