How government can improve collection of taxes, by CITN
Federal Government’s effort to ensure that taxes are paid in the country would only be realised if revenues collected were used to provide amenities and improve the people’s wellbeing.
Experts chart path to effective tax administration in Nigeria
The President, Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (CITN), Cyril Nwobodo Ede, has called for a robust framework for tax assessment in Nigeria, especially for the informal sector and high networth individuals to boost the nation’s revenue base.
CITN urges support for VAIDS initiative on tax evasion, others
The CITN’s President and Chairman of Council, Cyril Ede, made the call yesterday when he led a team of the institute on a courtesy visit to The Guardian.
NUC approves degree in taxation for Caleb Varsity
The quest for the award of a degree in taxation has received a boost as the National Universities Commission (NUC) recently approved the programme for Caleb University.
CITN, ACCA sign MOU for advancement of accountancy, tax profession
A new deal signed by the Chartered Institute Taxation (CITN) and Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) would enable the two professional bodies work in partnership to develop accountancy and tax profession in Nigeria.
CITN lauds NIPOST Bill, seeks thorough legislative work
The bill contains comprehensive provisions relating to the development and regulation of postal services and related matters, intended to repeal the Nigerian Postal Service Act, Cap. N127, LFN, 2004, if enacted.
‘Government’s accountability will enhance voluntary tax compliance’
The persistent call for voluntary tax compliance notwithstanding, government’s accountability and transparent use of public finance will be the best appeal to the citizenry.
VAIDS is tax revolution, says tax institute
The coming of the Voluntary Assets and Income Declaration Scheme (VAIDS) has been described as a tax revolution, which would change virtually all the anomalies and poor orientation to taxation in the country.