Bill Progress

Object of the Bill

The object of this Bill is to amend the Value Added Tax Act, Cap 349 to exempt aid-funded projects; to provide for operations under which VAT is deemed to have been paid in respect of petroleum operations and aid-funded projects; to provide for the qualification of a taxable person for input tax credit; to provide for the due for payment of tax; to provide for capping of interest on unpaid tax; to provide for VAT on wheat grain; to exempt VAT on crop extension services, animals feeds and premixes, deep cycle batteries and composite lanterns, irrigation works, sprinklers and ready to use drip lines, tourist arrangement services, access to tourist sites, tour guide and games driving services and menstrual cups; and to provide for related matters.

Other Attachments

1 CFI for the Value Added Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2022.pdf
Title: Certificate of Financial Implication
Author: Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development

The Value Added Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2017.

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

Committee: The Committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development

Start

2017-04-04

First Reading/Committee

Bill is its first stage. That is to say it has just been introduced in the floor of the house.

2017-10-05

Second Reading

Bill is being discussed for the second time in the floor of the house.

2017-10-05

2017-10-05

Third Reading

Bill is passed by Parliament.

2017-01-06

Presentation/Waiting Assent

Bill is waiting to be assented by the President

2017-01-06

2017-12-06

Assented by President

Bill is now an Act of Parliament because the president has assented to it

End

Bill passed on 2017-12-06

Bill is now an Act of Parliament because the president has assented to it

Bill Withdrawn on

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