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East Africa Budget Analysis
The story behind the numbers
We are pleased to share our budget publications analysing the Kenyan 2016/17 budget that was presented on Wednesday, 8 June 2016 by Mr. Henry K. Rotich, Cabinet Secretary for the National Treasury. These publications include the key highlights of this year's budget (Budget Highlights) and our Economic Outlook for the year 2016. You may access and download the publications by clicking on their respective links below.
Kenya Budget Highlights 2016
This publication incorporates changes based on the 2016 Budget speech. It also includes references to changes in the practice of the Kenya Revenue Authority where they are significant. Some changes may arise when the Finance Bill 2016 and subsequently the Finance Act 2016 are published. Please check back later for a comprehensive guide after we review the Finance Bill - this will be captured in our Budget Insight document.
This publication constitutes only a brief guide and is not intended to be a comprehensive summary of the tax law and practice.
Kenya Economic Outlook 2016
The Kenya Economic Outlook 2016 report provides an overview of Kenya’s economic environment and key sectors. The report also highlights significant allocations from the 2016/17 budget to various sectors in the country.
Kenya Budget Presentation 2016
This presentation gives an overview of the Economic Outloook in Sub-Saharan Africa and zeroes in on Kenya where the changes in the recently read budget are explored. We also include a snapshot of the key changes announced in the other East African Countries of Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda.
Kenya Budget Insight 2016
The Cabinet Secretary to the National Treasury, Henry Rotich, tabled a Kshs 2.26 trillion budget to Parliament this year with considerable amounts of money allocated to various projects and ministries. Subsequently, the finance bill was published for discussion and approval by parliament. We have analysed the tax measures resulting from the finance bill and are pleased to share with you our analysis in through our Budget Insight publication.