4 Jul 2016
The coincidence in the dateline is instructive. On Monday, July 4, 1983, The Guardian hit the newsstand as a daily newspaper, therefore, clocking 33 years old today, which is also a Monday.
9 Jun 2016
The Guardian, Nigeria’s most credible and trusted newspaper brand, in line with its current restructuring exercise in repositioning the brand as a forward-thinking and thought-leadership newspaper...
6 Jun 2016
The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CITN) has bemoaned the low level of tax compliance in Nigeria, urging government to adopt measures that would enhance participation.
26 May 2016
The Association of African Tax Institutes (AATI) has elected a five-man caretaker committee team to pilot the activities of the group for the next one year.
18 May 2016
From the Presidency, tax institute, financial and manufacturers representatives, have come unanimous conclusion that the nation’s tax laws need review, while the entire processes are also due for a revolutionised reform.
16 May 2016
The Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun and tax professionals have agreed that the reform of tax laws and revolutionised system of collection is long overdue.
13 May 2016
The Society of Women in Taxation (SWIT) has described the current period in the nation’s history as appropriate time to discuss strategies that would lead to the stability of the economy, especially as the country has lost much of its earnings from the mono-cultural economic regime.
13 May 2016
Nigeria may be losing over N1 trillion to non-remittance of operating surplus through deliberate wrong computations by agencies of government, direct diversion of funds, application of wrong accounting standards and non-inclusive listing of all government corporations.