Govt to tax airtime, per diem

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The government will now be taxing airtime that employees receive from their employers.
Speaking to the media, a KRA official has confirmed that airtime and other non-cash benefits that exceed KES 3,000 will attract new taxes.
Per diem of over KES 2,000 will also be subject to taxation.

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