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  1. Avatar Shalom October 11th, 2012 at 8:31 pm

    Indeed there aught to be a deliberate encouragement for all this money to be invested at home and not be targeted by KRA. The drawbacks are worse than just collecting the tax.
    Let the entire money come and be directed to meaningful investment to help the athletee in the future,then tax the business for rest of 100years to come! Tax relief we give to the investors who are not Kenyans can not justify. Yet we allow them to shift the proceeds back and employ their people as expertriates etc…while when times comes for them to go we are reaped off badly and nothing to bring home…Rethink this position and the good name this Kenyans carry out there. Iam there are ways this amount of money can be found with the targets of KRA. Wisdom is inevitable here or they go and be citizens of them that consider them and value them greatly but iam we indeed Value them and the proud they heap on us as Kenyas all the time.

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  2. Avatar Reuben Kiplimo October 12th, 2012 at 11:55 am

    how about footballers? are their allowances taxed? Rugbies,volleyballs,etc.This is a big disincentive mess,you tax man.Just how about the tax loopholes being mentioned in tax seminars every year.can you up your game there first?

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  3. Avatar Ritah, October 14th, 2012 at 9:59 pm

    Aha? now thats Kenya for u!! I thot these guys make us proud wen representing Kenya,no? In other countries,these succesful athletes who carry the coutries flag high rewarded…not being taxed….Well,u can as well tax them but we will this money go,to the greedy Mps,again????

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