The Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), yesterday, canvassed effective implementation of tax revenue by government at all levels, submitting that payers must be made to feel more impact of their money.
Justice Daniel Osiagor of a Lagos Federal High Court has ordered First Bank Plc and Federal Inland Revenue Services (FIRS) to pay N2.5 million to a lawyer, Johnson Odion Esezoobo...
The Federal High Court, Rivers, sitting in the Port Harcourt division delivered a 45-page judgment on August 9, 2021, in an action filed by the Attorney General of Rivers State against the Federal Inland Revenue Service
As the Lagos State Government recently signed into law the collection of the Valued Added Tax (VAT) in the state, not a few stakeholders and citizens are wondering if this new stance will have any bearing on the collection....
As more reactions trail the controversy over the collection of Value Added Tax (VAT), the Federal Government has moved to find a permanent resolution to the disputes by approaching the Supreme Court...
The Lagos zone of the Tax Appeal Tribunal (TAT) hearing the N1.8 trillion tax dispute between the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) and MultiChoice Nigeria has fixed October 20, 2021 to rule on the matter.
The Federal Government says the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) will continue to collect Value Added Tax (VAT) following the ruling of the Court of Appeal on the matter.
Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, has strongly defended the decision to rely on foreign loans to fund developmental projects in the country.
Following the controversy between the Federal and State Government on Value Added Tax (VAT), especially as today’s penalty-free period ends for tax remittance for the month of August
A few days ago Nigerians were greeted with the announcement that a high court sitting in Port Harcourt, Rivers state has granted Rivers state the right to collect Value Added Tax..
The decision of the Federal Government to extend its tax net to Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) in the country has attracted the bashing of some of the concerned organisations.
The decision of the Federal Government to extend its tax net to Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) in the country has attracted the bashing of some of the concerned organisations. Founder, Churchill Foundation, Olakunle Oladunni Churchill, said the move would threaten the existence of CSOs in the county. Churchill said: “This is a controversial issue just…