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  • An Assessment of the Contributions and Challenges of Ghana Revenue Authority (Domestic Tax Revenue Division) Toward Revenue Mobilization. (a Case Study of Ghana Revenue Authority Head Office)
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  • The Impact of Firs Reforms on Tax Collection
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  • Income Tax Generation: Prospects and Problems
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  • Self Assessment Tax System
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