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19 Nov 2018
The Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (CITN), like other global organisations, has lent its voice to the growing optimism that tax remains the most sustainable source of revenue for government to fund development projects.
22 Oct 2018
The Association of National Accountants of Nigeria (ANAN) has renewed its campaign against corruption, urging its newly-inducted Fellows to lead the fight and uphold the highest level of ideals, values and integrity of the profession. The President of the accounting body, Alhaji Shehu Ladan, during the conferment of Fellowship Awards on deserving members on the…
14 Sep 2018
The Chartered Institute of Taxation Nigeria (CITN) has again notified the general public, particularly the tax practitioners and administrators, that by ‪January 2, 2019, all tax returns without the CITN stamp and seal, prepared and submitted to FIRS on behalf of taxpayers, will no longer be accepted.
14 Sep 2018
The Chartered Institute of Taxation Nigeria (CITN) has again notified the general public, particularly the tax practitioners and administrators that by January 2, 2019, all tax returns without the CITN stamp and seal, prepared and submitted to FIRS on behalf of taxpayers, will no longer be accepted.
21 Aug 2018
The new chairman of the Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (CITN), Lagos District Society, Adebayo Adeyeye, has come up with an eight point agenda to be focused on during his two-year tenure in office.
19 Jul 2018
Budget and tax experts from across the country, who yesterday gathered in Abuja, have expressed serious concern over loopholes in Nigeria’s budgeting system.The experts, primarily members of the Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (CITN),...
12 Jun 2018
The Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (CITN) has certified no fewer than 21,212 tax professionals to date, a feat achieved with the induction of 889 members in the last six months. The development has given boost to the country’s ongoing reforms of tax laws and quest for increased revenue from an economic segment that…
31 Jan 2018
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.
4 Dec 2017
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.
16 Nov 2017
The Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (CITN), has disclosed of plans to strengthen efforts to improve the country’s revenue from tax.
4 Oct 2017
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.
3 Oct 2017
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.

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