The Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) has rolled out a new mobile app in hopes to encourage tax compliance especially among those in the informal sector.

Deputy Commissioner in charge of Policy and Tax Advisory Caxton Masudi says the taxman hopes that the new app will help net at least one billion shillings.

To bolster its efforts in widening the tax bracket even further, the taxman is leveraging on technology by targeting the informal sector in introducing the mobile-based platform dubbed KRA M-Service app with more added functionality than its web-based version.

“The Application will enable taxpayers to access KRA services on the go, subsequently enhancing compliance,” said KRA Deputy Commissioner Policy and Tax Advisory Domestic Taxes Department Mr. Caxton Masudi.

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