ICPAK In The News

Oct
08

ICPAK seeks extension of tax relief measures

By Harrison Kivisu Thursday, October 8th, 2020 Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK) has recommended a further two-year extension of tax relief measures to cushion individuals and businesses distressed by the Covid-19 crisis. Chairperson Rose Mwaura said such extension would facilitate business and help economic recovery by ensuring a predictable and stable tax rate […]

Source: People Daily |
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Sep
25

State urged to lend SMEs to revive economy-ICPAK chairperson tells government to stimulate businesses in any way possible

By Pili Chimerah The Institute of Certified Public Accounts of Kenya has told the government to give credit to small and medium enterprises to help revive the economy. ICPAK chair Rose Mwaura said both the government and community have been affected by the effects of Covid-19 on the business sector. She spoke at the official […]

Source: Star Newspaper |
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Sep
24

ICPAK warns corrupt members over Kemsa

By Harrison Kivisu The Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK) has warned it will suspend and de-register members who may be implicated in the Kenya medical Supplies Authority(Kemsa) scandal. Speaking in Mombasa yesterday, ICPAK chair Rose Mwaura  said the Institute was keenly following an ongoing probe by the Ethics and Anti-Corruption commission(EACC) after […]

Source: People Daily |
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Sep
24

Accountants’ Warning on Covid-19

By Wachira Mwangi Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya chairman, FCPA Rose Mwaura during the official opening of the 7th Annual Public Sector Accountants Conference at Sarova Whitesands Yesterday. The accountants have warned that loopholes in governance could hinder  and exacerbate the negative impact of Covid-19 Pandemic.

Source: Business Daily |
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Sep
17

Senate team should back CRA push for prudent spending, own-source revenue

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2020 2:00 In the last few months, the country has witnessed unending squabbles among senators over the proposed third generation revenue sharing formula by the Commission on Revenue Allocation (CRA). Both proponents and opponents of the proposed formula have assumed hardline positions while the country awaits the outcome and counties continue to […]

Source: Business Daily |
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Sep
09

We must fight graft more aggressively

By ROSE MWAURA | September 9th 2020 at 12:00:00 GMT +0300 The country has been awash with media reports of alleged misuse of Covid-19 Emergency funds by Health ministry officials, Kenya Medical Supplies Agency (Kemsa), and other State agencies in collusion with businesspeople. The reports also allege diversion of the personal protective equipment donated by Chinese businessman and […]

Source: The Standard |
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Aug
28

Accounting pros urged to aid Covid funds probe.

By Patrick Lang’at The Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK) yesterday asked its members as well as procurement officers to be at the fore front of providing information to agencies investigating allegations on the theft of Covid-19 funds. In a press statement, ICPAK also asked parliament to hasten debate on whistleblowers protection Bill […]

Source: Daily Nation |
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Aug
26

ICPAK CALLS FOR TIMELY ADOPTION OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL’S REPORTS

By Nelson Ogallo The Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya has urged the National Assembly to expedite the adoption of the Auditor General’s reports to allow for timely implementation of their recommendations. Addressing leaders of various committees in the National Assembly during the Third National Assembly Leadership Retreat, ICPAK Chief Executive Officer, CPA Edwin […]

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