You can now pay your taxes Via Airtel Money

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Airtel subscribers can now pay their taxes through Airtel Money thanks to the Airtel-Kenya Revenue Authority merge. The partnership will allow customers across the country to inquire for KRA services, generate KRA payment reference number (PRN or an e-slip/invoice number) and make quick simple payments through Airtel’s mobile money platform.

The service will provide customers a convenient, flexible and time saving option for tax payment since they will no longer have to walk into KRA banking halls to queue to pay their taxes. Taxpayers who pay taxes using Airtel Money are assured that their payments will be cleared, processed and credited to the KRA account in real-time.

The move is aimed at increasing Airtel Money customer satisfaction and convenience. The company also highlighted on efforts to bring more corporate on board to revolutionize its services and more importantly provide customers with convenient, fast and secure options of transacting on Airtel Money.

All services to be paid for require a KRA payment reference number (PRN or an e-slip/invoice number), which can either be acquired on their website –iTax or on mobile phone. Currently KRA have availed Traffic revenue Service payments e-slip generation through mobile. These includes: Driving License application and renewal payments, Mobile Vehicle Transfer, Logbook payments and Motor vehicle inspection payments. The rest of the services require citizens to go to KRA website – iTax to generate an e-slip number that will facilitate payment through Airtel money.

Payments

To make payments using Airtel Money, simply dial *572# and select option 2 for payments, enter your PRN (e-slip number) any your secret Airtel Money PIN to complete the payment. An SMS notification will be sent from both Airtel Money and KRA to confirm successful payment.

KRA business systems are updated in real-time as soon as the taxpayer receives the confirmation messages. KRA services can be paid through Airtel Money for amount of up to Kshs140, 000 per day. The charges to the customers are very minimal and vary from Ksh. 10 to Ksh. 270 based on amounts being paid.

 

 

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Winfred Kuria
Winfred Kuria is a self-constituted web content writer in charge of Tech News and Events Publicity at Kachwanya.com. She will communicate in the simplest way possible with an aim of changing the world one mind at a time.
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