ICPAK In The News

Jan
04

ICPAK warns of tough times ahead

Taxation measures contained in the Finance Act 2018 are set to increase the cost of doing business and living in the country. According to Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya Chairman Julius Mwatu the government ought to renegotiate its loans to seek longer service periods to ease the burden of exerted on the Kenyan […]

Source: Watsupafrica.com |
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Jan
04

ICPAK stern warning to fake accountants

The Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK) has raised the red flag over hundreds of accountants practicing illegally. Readmore

Source: Media Max |
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Jan
04

Accountants want unpopular VAT on fuel suspended

Accountants are pushing the government to explore alternative options to plug the deficit left if levying of the unpopular value added tax (VAT) of 16 per cent on petroleum products is stopped.Read more

Source: Business daily |
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Jan
04

Accountants court Treasury in fresh push for price-fixing

ICPAK has turned to the Treasury to push the Competition Authority of Kenya (CAK) to give members the green light to prescribe minimum fees for each category of service in non-assurance, company audits, saccos, pension schemes and public benefit organisations. Readmore

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Jan
04

ICPAK backs Uhuru’s lifestyle audit order, calls for fair process

The Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK) says it fully supports the vetting of procurement officers and the lifestyle audit for public servants.Read more

Source: The Star |
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Jan
04

ICPAK backs Uhuru’s lifestyle audit order, calls for fair process

The Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK) says it fully supports the vetting of procurement officers and the lifestyle audit for public servants.Read more

Source: The Star |
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Jan
04

Why procurement officials’ vetting should be done within the law

Corruption has become endemic in Kenya. It has evolved into a cankerous sore that threatens the very fabrics that hold our country together. Read more

Source: Business Daily |
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Jan
04

Accountants fault Treasury’s tax plan

Accountants have faulted Treasury’s plan to impose tax on basic commodities and services arguing that the move will further aggravate the already high cost of living and hit the poor most.Readmore

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About ICPAK

ICPAK is an Institution
mandated to protect and uphold public interest
as well as develop and regulate the accountancy profession in Kenya.

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Contact Information:

P.O BOX 59963-00200,
CPA Center, Ruaraka, Thika road.
Nairobi, Kenya.
Telephone Line (Main) : +254 719 074 000
Mobile: +254 719 074 000, (+254) 733 856262
Email: icpak@icpak.com

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