Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning (Ghana)

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The Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning is the government ministry responsible for the economic and monetary health of Ghana. The Ministry is involved with economic planning, fiscal policy, national accounting, the national budget, and creating an environment for investment and growth.[1]

The main offices of the Ministry are located in Accra.[2]

Departments and agencies[edit]

The following are government agencies of the Ministry:

  • Securities and Exchange Commission
  • Institute of Accountancy Training
  • Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
  • Value Added Tax Service (VATs)
  • Customs, Excise and Preventive Service (CEPS)

The Ministry has the oversight responsibilities with regard to:

  • Bank of Ghana (BOG)
  • National Lotteries Authority (NLA)
  • Public Procurement Board (PPB)
  • Ghana Cocoa Board (GCB)
  • Revenue Agencies Governing Board (RAGB)


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