According to a statement signed by Commissioner General Raphael Kamoto on Wednesday, the magazine targets all taxpayers in the country including all those interested in Malawi tax issues.
"The magazine targets all taxpayers in the country including all those interested in Malawi tax issues thereby offering you the opportunity to advertise your products or services to a very wide scope of the public."
"It will enlighten taxpayers on what MRA is doing to facilitate convenient payment of tax and new technologies in clearance of goods," said Kamoto.
Meanwhile, as an effort in reaching out to many groups and sectors in the economy, MRA has organized regional taxation workshops starting from 15 April to 22 April for members of the Asian business community in Lilongwe, Mzuzu and Blantyre.
"The main objective of the workshops is to address taxation issues of common concern relating to the administration and operation of Domestic Taxes such as Withholding Tax, Pay As You Earn (PAYE) and Value Added Tax (VAT) as well as Customs & Excise processes and procedures," reads statement on their website," notified Kamoto.