The blog was created to encourage debate about East African and International Tax laws and the various procedures of collection of taxes. It is intended for educational purposes, as a way of sharing ideas on tax laws and practice, and promoting tax avoidance in lieu evasion.

I am an Advocate of the High Court of Uganda and have worked in the Tax and Legal departments of both Ernst & Young and PricewaterhouseCoopers in Kampala, Uganda. For more information and answering queries not yet featured, you can e-mail me at sbakawa@yahoo.com


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  1. I always follow up those who decide to subscribe to my humble writings on Learning from Dogs but not sure that there’s ever been an Advocate reading my posts, let alone an Advocate from Uganda. What a fascinating linking, and thank you. If you have any stories about dogs or what we learn from dogs, then please consider a guest post. It would be an honour (your honour!) to publish them! As you will find out over the coming days and weeks, much of the writings on LfD are less to do with dogs per se and more about the need for integrity in our lives. Best wishes, Paul

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East African and International Tax debates – Toil, Taxes, Technology, Tea (or Coffee)

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