2 edition of Nigerian tax cases found in the catalog.
Nigerian tax cases
Elias Aderemi Sulu
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©Andersen Tax LLC and Andersen Tax LP. Andersen Tax LP is a Nigerian member firm of Andersen Global, a Swiss verein comprised of legally separate, independent member firms located throughout the world providing services under their own name or the brand “Andersen Tax” or “Andersen Tax & Legal.”. Rate of tax, deduction of tax from dividends and relief from double taxation Rates of tax. Replacement of obsolete plant and machinery. .. Dividends and tax on interim dividends paid by Nigerian companies. Relief in respect or Commonwealth income tax.
Tax evasion is a serious problem in Nigeria which arises from many sources including outright ignorance of extent tax laws, lack of faith in the ability of government to utilize tax revenue well and high tax rates which make evasion very attractive and economical. evaluate the long run relationship between tax revenue and economic growth in Nigeria. The study focuses on the impact of petroleum profit tax, company income tax, personal income tax, value added tax revenue on Nigeria’s Economic growth between and The study period spans economic cycles for about 66 percent of the life of.
Nigerian tax cases by Elias Aderemi Sulu Publisher: Lagos: ES Business, ©Nigerian tax guide and statutes by M T Abdulrazaq; P S A Layade; Publisher: Ebute Metta: Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria, [?] Matog Limited: Tax Law Books Seller in Nigeria –Other Titles. We sell Tax Law Books in Nigeria. accounting period ending in In Nigeria, income tax returns are prepared on preceding year’s basis and these returns are due for submission to the tax authorities within six months of the relevant year-end. Therefore, the income tax returns for an accounting year ended Decem , were due for submission by J Given that.
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Edition of the Nigerian Tax Journal. This edition contains a summary of significant decisions on various tax cases (which became publicly available in ) that have helped to provide clarity on key tax issues. The Updates on Tax and Regulatory Issues section highlights declarations by the FG, FIRS and LIRS, amongst others.
The Journal also. Journal. The Journal is a compilation of significant decided tax cases inkey pronouncements from tax administrators and regulatory agencies, and some of the thought leadership articles authored by KPMG Nigeria subject-matter specialists. The environment in which Tax Directors or Heads of Tax operate has changed Size: 2MB.
Lethem (Surveyor of Taxes)()6 Tax Cases 91 at 99 That tax statute can be interpreted to deduce the intention of the legislature Google Scholar Suleiman v.
Osideinde ()2 NWLR(pt ).Author: Saka Muhammed Olokooba. #3 Education Tax. This tax is enabled by the Education Tax Act of No 7, The tax is chargeable on all companies registered in Nigeria at 2% of chargeable profits as contribution to the Education Tax Fund. #4 Personal Income Tax (PITA) This is enabled by the Personal Income Tax Act No of PITA is payable by all individuals and.
The Tax Disputes and Litigation Review - Edition 8, The objective of this book is to provide tax professionals involved in disputes with revenue authorities in multiple jurisdictions with an outline of the principal issues arising in those jurisdictions.
In this, the eighth edition, we have continued to add to the key jurisdictions where disputes are likely to occur for multinational businesses. There are 3 major constituents of the Nigerian tax system namely; The tax policy; Tax laws in Nigeria and; The tax administration.
Tax Policy In Nigeria Overview. Policy means a course of action adopted. In this case, a line of action is adopted by the government in respect of taxation in Nigeria. This edition of the Nigerian Tax Journal summarizes the decided tax cases and administrative pronouncements by RTAs and Tax Administrators in We have also published, for the first time, an article by an academic; and republished extracts of articles written by some of our tax professionals during the year with references for further.
Tax Litigation in Nigeria and A Review of Recent Nigerian Court Decisions on Taxation Dr. Olumide K. Obayemi, ACTI Senior Lecturer with Lagos State University, Lagos I.
INTRODUCTION In Nigeria, the tax system is progressive, with a top marginal rate of 25% with effect from 1 Nigeria is a. Further, the Finance Act introduces a new paragraph 13(2)(e) of CITA, by which nonresident technical, management, consultancy or professional services are liable to tax in Nigeria if they serve a.
Further, the Finance Act introduces a new paragraph 13(2)(e) of CITA, by which non-resident technical, management, consultancy or professional services are liable to tax in Nigeria if they serve a.
Contents: general principles: e.g. definitions, objectives, criteria, direct and indirect taxes, jurisdiction, personal taxation, company taxation, local taxation. Other types of tax Nigeria. Value Added Tax (VAT) in Nigeria is levied on all products and services traded within the country and payable to government at a 5% rate, one of the lowest in the world.
The sale of real estate properties is subject to a 10% tax on the gains. Useful links: Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS). The main VAT rate in Nigeria is % (raised from 5% on 1st Feburary ). Only a limited number of supplies are nil-rated, meaning any VAT suffered may be recredited to the tax payer.
The current rates are. Common types of taxes in Nigeria. Tax types in Nigeria is what many Nigerians are not aware of. This is in spite of the fact that ignorance is not an excuse of the law. As an individual or a business in Nigeria, you are liable to the payment of any tax and you fail to pay it, ignorance of the law cannot be used as a genuine excuse for such act.
The case is Esso Exploration and Production Nigeria Ltd. et al. Nigerian National Petroleum Corp., case numberin the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. --Additional. Consumption Taxes Nature of the Tax Value-added tax (VAT) Tax Rate % Reduced Tax Rate Some goods and services are exempt from VAT, such as exported goods and services (aside from non-oil exports); medical goods and services and pharmaceutical products; basic food items; locally produced sanitary napkins; books and educational materials; plant, machinery and.
In Nigeria, a tax appeal must be filed before one of the Six (6) NTAT in the region closest to the taxpayer, and after pleadings are completed, a hearing follows. The Nigerian Tax Appeal Tribunal (NTAT) was established inand, it replaced the former Body of Appeal Commissioners (BAC) and Value Added Tax (VAT) tribunals.
See, section This book discusses the evolution of taxation in Nigeria within the framework of eight broad themes i.e., The Origin and Practice of Fiscal Federalism in Nigeria, The Constitutional Context for Taxation, The Three Eras of Taxation in Nigeria, The Structure and Jurisdiction of Nigerian Tax Authorities, Instruments of Tax Policy, Statutory Developments, Beyond Oil Revenue: The Case for Tax.
Summary: Fundamental principle of Nigeria Tax examines the basic principle of taxation in Nigeria. Attempt has been made to cover the syllabus of the Institute of chartered Accountants of Nigeria. The book is recommended to students of law, accounting and business administration especially those preparing for the examinations of the Institute.
The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, Tuesday, said its University Transparency and Accountability Solution, UTAS which it developed as an alternative to the Integrated Payroll and. Legally speaking, Nigeria can only tax where these criteria exist.
Without bilateral or multilateral cooperation, it will be impracticable for Nigeria to administer its digital tax law.
Nigeria may need the aid of its counterparts – financial institutions, as well – to track and collect the taxes.While studies have indicated that tax laws in Nigeria are complex and difficult for the taxpayer to comprehend, and in some cases problematic, even for the tax authority officials (Micah, Ebere.income tax in Nigeria, the obligation as to secrecy imposed by this section shall not prevent the disclosure to the authorized officers of the Government in that of such facts as may be necessary to enable the proper relief to be given in case where relief is claimed from the tax in Nigeria or from income tax that country.