Firs Handbook on Reforms in the Tax System 2004-2011
Nig Federal Inland Revenue Service
African Books Collective, 2012 - Business & Economics - 82 pages
This short handbook detail the tax reforms made in Nigeria 2004-2011 in six chapters: Brief History of Taxation in Nigeria; Current Legislative Underpinning; Reforms to date; Revenue accruing to Governments for Appropriation; Recurring Issues and Challenges; and Global Tax Issues.
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CHAPTER ONE A Brief History of Taxation in Nigeria
CHAPTER TWO Current Legislative Underpinning
CHAPTER THREE Reforms to the Tax System
CHAPTER FOUR Revenue accruing to Government for Appropriation
CHAPTER FIVE Recurring Issues and Challenges
CHAPTER SIX Global Tax Issues
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