Bill Progress

Object of the Bill

The object of this Bill is to amend the Tax Procedures Code Act, 2014, Act, 14 of 2014 to provide for the time frame for registration of a tax agent; to provide for the temporary closure of businesses until compliance with the requirements of electronic receipting and invoicing or tax stamps, to provide for disclosure of information on contracted services, to provide for penalties for failure to affix or activate tax stamps, printing over or defacing of tax stamps, forgery of tax stamps, failure to use electronic receipting or invoicing, forgery of electronic receipt or invoice interferance with the electronic fiscal device or the electronic dispensing control device, to provide for payment of informers and for related matters.

Other Attachments

1 CFI for the Tax Procedures Code (Amendment) Bill, 2022.pdf
Title: Certificate of Financial Implication
Author: Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
2 FPED3-22-Report on the Value Added (Amendment) Bill, 2022 (Including Minority Report).pdf
Title: Report and Minority Report on the Tax Procedures Code (Amendment) Bill, 2022
Author: Parliamentary Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development.
3 The Tax Procedures Code (Amendment) Act, 2022.pdf
Title: The Tax Procedures Code (Amendment) Act, 2022
Author: Parliament of Uganda

The Tax Procedures Code (Amendment) Bill, 2022

Sponsored By Hon. Matia Kasaija (Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development)

Committee: The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development

Start

2022-03-31

First Reading/Committee

Bill is still in its First Stage

2022-05-18

Second Reading

Bill is discussed for the Second Time in the Floor of Parliament.

2022-05-18

2022-05-18

Third Reading

Bill is passed by Parliament.

2022-05-31

Presentation/Waiting Assent

Bill is waiting for the Presidents assent.

2022-05-31

2022-06-02

Assented by President

Bill is now an Act of Parliament.

End

Bill passed on 2022-06-02

Bill is now an Act of Parliament.

Bill Withdrawn on

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