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FIRS Warns Defaulting Taxpayers About Potential Restriction On Their Bank Accounts
We will continue to monitor developments in this space and provide updates as soon as they become available.
Nigeria
27 Mar 2019
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Ease Of Doing Business In Nigeria – A Case For Eliminating Multiple Tax Reviews, Audits And Investigations
The importance of ensuring a conducive environment for businesses cannot be over-emphasized, given their immense contribution to the growth of the national economy.
Nigeria
31 Oct 2018
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Federal Inland Revenue Service Provides Clarification On Recent Tax Developments At A Stakeholder Meeting
FIRS recently circularised some banks to recover unpaid taxes from taxpayers that maintain bank accounts with such banks.
Nigeria
12 Sep 2018
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Loss Of WHT Credit Looms As FIRS Mandates Reconciliation Of WHT Credit Position In 15 Days
Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) has started inviting taxpayers for reconciliation of their withholding tax (WHT) credit positon with FIRS' records summarised in the taxpayer's K-Card...
Nigeria
24 Aug 2018
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Taxation Of Commissions Payable To Insurance Brokers/Agents – An Obligation Or A Nightmare?
The insurance industry is one of the specialised businesses having a peculiar business model and corresponding distinct tax considerations in Nigeria.
Nigeria
1 Mar 2018
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LIRS Issues Public Notice On Taxation Of Employee Share/Stock Options
The Lagos State Internal Revenue Service (LIRS) recently issued a public notice (the Notice) with respect to the taxation of share-based payments in the hands of employees.
Nigeria
28 Sep 2017
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Withholding Tax (WHT) Rate On Building And Construction Contracts Reversed From 2.5% To 5%
We therefore advise that all stakeholders commence compliance with the revised WHT rates of 5%.
Nigeria
28 Feb 2017
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2.5% Withholding Tax Rate: Who Are The Intended Beneficiaries?
The reduced WHT rate is stated to apply to companies involved in "all aspects of building, construction and related activities...".
Nigeria
8 Nov 2016
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