National Revenue Authority (NRA)
The National Revenue Authority (NRA) was established on the 13th September 2002 through an Act of Parliament called the National Revenue Authority Act, 2002 (Act No-11). The NRA is charged with the responsibility of assessing and collecting domestic taxes, customs duties and other revenues specified by law, as well as administering and enforcing laws relating to these revenues.
To maximize revenue collection for national development and to buttress sustainable economic growth through:
Formulating and implementing policies and procedures which promote effective, efficient, transparent, and accountable tax systems.
Designing simple and effective business processes.
Developing and enhancing human capacity for improved service delivery.
Understanding and enhancing the business environment by liaising and collaborating with relevant MDAs, local and international institutions, taxpayers and other relevant stakeholders.