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Revenue strategy for FY 2019/20 to focus on improving tax administration

Our domestic revenue strategy will focus on improving tax administration and compliance for example through the improved use of third-party ...
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Activate contingency Fund to improve disaster preparedness, says Ecweru

It is a constitutional command that Parliament puts aside a contingency fund equivalent to 2% of the overall national budget ...
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Involve private sector in Agriculture financing, Dr Kigozi tells Government

Government should allow the private sector to take over agriculture because ultimately, this is the best way to bring agricultural ...
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Income status should be computed at national level, says Economist

According to Dr Muhumuza, assessing income status at district level is deceptive because it does not put many important factors ...
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Civil Society challenge Government to maintain Village Health Teams

There are 4 VHTs serving in every village. However, government wants to roll out only 2 CHEWS per parish. This ...
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Civil Society to meet with Finance Committee this week over Excise Duty Amendment Bill

A student who receives school fees through mobile money shouldn't be taxed in the same manner as a business person ...
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Minister Kasaija to meet with Finance Committee this week over Mobile Money tax Bill

We have invited the minister of finance on Tuesday, to take us through the new proposals in the Bill. We ...
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Decision on Excise Duty Amendment Bill was necessary, says Finance Committee Chair

This is the normal procedure of making bills. When Parliament deems it necessary for the Finance Committee to review a ...
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Spending on MPs security will hurt economy and disrupt budget process – Economist

That kind of security is bad for the economy and will ultimately affect investor confidence. Imagine Parliament Avenue with 500 ...
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Social Development, Trade and Tourism still among least funded in FY2018/19 Budget

In her minority report, Cecilia Ogwal, a member of the Parliaments committee on budget, raised concerns about allocations to some ...
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Parliament blocks Shs1trillion additional budget for Financial Year 2018/19

Justifying the rejection of the additional budget request by the House on Thursday, Speaker Kadaga described the move as an ...
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Financial Year 2018/19 Budget revised to Shs31.87trillion due to omissions

This necessitates the correction of appropriation bill by capturing the corresponding amounts under development, says Bahati ...
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