Important Message

Operation Pangea is an international week of action tackling the online sale of counterfeit and illicit medicines and highlighting the dangers of buying medicines online. Coordinated by INTERPOL, the annual operation brings together customs, health regulators, national police and the private sector from countries around the world.

Activities target the three principal components used by illegal websites to conduct their trade – the Internet Service Provider (ISP), payment systems and the delivery service.

Operation PANGEA


Latest News

    Personal Effects now subject to random inspections

    In the interest of revenue protection and adherence to the country’s border laws and regulations the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) will now be randomly selecting personal effects for inspection.

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    A mischievous claim about internal affairs at the GRA 

    The right of every Guyanese to freedom of expression should always be respected in a democratic society but to the extent that those views are misleading or victimizing then they should be met with the strongest of condemnations.

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    Re: Those who passed custom-broker exam in October 2014 still waiting for licence 

    First off, the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) takes this opportunity to thank the letter writer for raising the issue and sincerely apologizes to all successful candidates for the unusual delay which was as a result of several internal and external checks and balances that were necessary to ensure the high standards of the exam and by extension the integrity of licence holders.

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    GRA Introduces Another Online Service

    The Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) continues to encourage taxpayers to utilize its online facilities which are geared towards providing a more efficient and convenient option for taxpayers.

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    Importation of Cellular Phones

    The Guyana Revenue Authority is advising persons who are desirous of importing cellular phones for retail purpose that they would be entitled to an exemption from the payment of customs duty applicable, provided that they comply with certain regulations as stipulated by the GRA.

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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. 

We also encourage you to participate in our regular Polls, to let us know how our services are benefiting you. If you wish to give us your own feedback, you can visit our Feedback or Contact Page or visit our Facebook Page.

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.

We hope you enjoy our website.

Khurshid Sattaur

Exchange Rates

With effect from April 1, 2015 :-
CountryGuyana Dollar
European Union225.46
Eastern Caribbean76.48
Trinidad & Tobago32.50
United Kingdom306.47
United States of America206.50

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 query Have a Tax Query? 

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227-6060 extensions: 1201-1204
Report Tax Fraud

  Tax fraud Law Enforcement and
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 Tel# 227-6060 Ext 3200-3208