URA refutes claims of tax on holy books

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Uganda revenue authority has refuted claims that it has plans to tax holy books including bibles, Qurans, hymn and prayer books, instead the tax body intends to exempt them from the 18% valued added tax they have been paying.
This follows a report from a local newspaper that claimed that the tax governing body had ordered religious groups to start paying taxes for the holy books starting next financial year

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