|Drivers in outlying Regions NOT required to visit Georgetown for licence applications / renewals|
The Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) has noted reports in the press about drivers on the Essequibo Coast experiencing “delays in licence renewals” and being forced to “travel to Georgetown to access GRA service”.
The Authority has recognised that persons in the outlying regions sometimes are inconvenienced when there is a need to conduct business with the GRA or in order to be tax compliant. Accordingly, we have been investigating ways to address this and to lessen the burden on taxpayers to voluntarily comply with the tax laws of Guyana.
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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