Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) is calling out on Kenyans with a KRA pin to file for 2018 Returns before deadline of June 30th.
This applies to both employed and unemployed people who have KRA pins.
The returns for those not in employment or do not have any source of income is Nil.
The unemployed files iTax Nil Returns to avoid being slapped with a Sh 20,000 penalty by KRA.
Not filing KRA Nil Returns hinders one from getting the KRA Tax Compliance Certificate that is a major requirement for employment opportunities in Kenya.
- KRA PIN
- iTax Account Password
- P9 Form
One obtains KRA P9 Form from their Employer.
If you don’t know your iTax Password, you can request for it to be reset.
The taxman is expecting more than four million taxpayers to submit their returns on the iTax Platform by June 30.
The revenue collector has projected a 40 percent growth on the rate of tax returns compliance this year after collecting Sh1.37 trillion in the 2017/2018 financial year.