Liberia: Millions of Possible Government Revenue Held Up Due to Pres. Weah’s Failure to Reconstitute the Board of Tax Appeals

Monrovia — Millions of United States dollars and Liberian dollars could be earned by the government as revenue but President George Weah’s refusal to appoint Board of Tax Appeals is barring the government of earning said revenue should they win accumulating appeals before the Board.

The Board of Tax Appeals, a five-member deliberative body that hears taxpayer appeals from determinations by the Liberia Revenue Authority and emergency protests of the Commissioner General’s actions and is the final…

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