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East Africa Budget Analysis 2019/20

Unravelling the Budget Puzzle

Our budget highlights incorporate changes based on the 2019/20 Budget speech. Some changes may arise when the Finance Bill 2019 and subsequently the Finance Act 2019 are published. You will also find links pointing to our analysis of the budgets read out in the other East African countries of Tanzania and Uganda. While all reasonable care has been taken in the preparation of these guides, Deloitte and its associates accept no responsibility for any errors contained, whether caused by negligence or otherwise, or for any loss, however caused or sustained by any person that relies on the publications

Kenya Budget Highlights 2019/20

Following the presentation of the 2019/20 Budget Speech by Mr. Henry K. Rotich, the Cabinet Secretary for the National Treasury, we have summarised the key tax and related measures as well as priorities and reforms proposed for various sectors.

Kenya Budget Highlights 2019/20

Kenya Budget Insights 2019/20

The Cabinet Secretary on 13 June 2019 delivered the budget speech themed “Creating Jobs, Transforming Lives – Harnessing the “Big Four” and subsequently tabled the Finance Bill 2019. The bill contains the taxation measures announced in the Cabinet Secretary’s Budget speech as well as other measures not announced in the speech. The Finance Bill 2019 illustrates the governments’ priorities, which include increasing revenue mobilization and a growing focus on the digital marketplace.

Kenya Budget Insights 2019/20

Your questions answered on the budget

Your questions answered on the budget

To review our budget analysis for the other East African countries, please click on the respective country links below: 

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