Gambia: PURA Explains VAT On Electricity, Water Bills

[Foroyaa]The Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA) has said that the Gambia Revenue Authority (GRA) came up with the decision that domestic consumers, who consume electricity up to over 1000 units in a month, are liable to pay Value Added Tax (VAT). PURA also informs that if a consumer consumes 250 cubic metres of water in a month, she/he would also be liable to pay VAT. “That threshold has been determined by NAWEC and obviously consumers that consume above the threshold would have to pay VAT on that amount,

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