The Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) says it will blacklist 66,269 personal identification numbers (PINs) effective Thursday, June 10, after owners failed to file their tax returns.
The deregistration comes after the lapse of the 30-day ultimatum that the authority had given to all persons eligible to remit Value Added Taxes (VAT) as they enforce tax compliance as provided for by the Tax Procedures Act 2015.
The PINs are linked to individual accounts, companies, schools, and self-help groups that…
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