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Adedayo Akinwale ín Abuja House of Representatives has passed the Finance Act (Amendment) Bill for second reading, a component of which seeks to increase the Value Added Tax from five per cent to 7.5 per cent.
Daily Times:
Abuja – A bill for an act to amend the Companies Income Tax Act, Value Added Tax Act, Customs and the Excise Tariff Act on Wednesday passed second reading in the House of Representatives. The bill which was transmitted from the Senate was presented by ...
The Guardian:
Telecommunications operators in Nigeria now pay over 40 different taxes and levies to various agencies of governments at federal, state and local government levels.
Nigerian Tribune:
Tribune Online Reps support removal of PPT exemption tax, new 7.5% VAT, electronic transactions tax The House of Representatives on Wednesday expressed support for the passage of proposed amendments to seven finance-related legislations namely ...
Signal:
Dividends paid from the profits of oil companies will no longer be tax-exempt if the finance bill submitted by President..
Page One:
There is a move by the Federal Government to tax dividends paid from the profit...
Pulse Nigeria:
Ghana’s Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta has disclosed that the government has no plans of introducing new taxes in the 2020 fiscal year.
News Diary Online:
A bill for an act to amend the Companies Income Tax Act, Value Added Tax Act, Customs and the Excise Tariff Act on Wednesday passed [...]
Business Post Nigeria:
By Modupe Gbadeyanka The bill to increase the Value Added Tax (VAT) from 5 percent.
The Citizen:
The House of Representatives has passed the Finance Act (Amendment) Bill for second reading, a component of which seeks to increase the Value Added Tax from five per cent to 7.5 per cent.
Scan News Nigeria:
The House of Representative on Wednesday passed for second reading a bill seeking to increase the Value Added Tax (VAT) in the country from 5 percent to 7.5 percent.
Economic Confidential:
Fed Govt To Tax Oil Companies’ Dividends If the Finance Bill submitted by President Muhammadu Buhari is passed by the National Assembly, it would remove the tax exemption on dividends paid from the profits of oil companies.
Concise News:
The finance bill submitted by President Muhammadu Buhari will ensure that dividends paid from the profits of oil companies will no longer be tax-exempt if passed by the National Assembly.
Investor King:
Oil Firms to Start Paying Tax on Dividends Oil companies operating in the country will start paying tax on dividends paid from the profits they...
Newsmakers:
Malik Yahya An Executive bill seeking an amendment to a set of existing tax laws to increase revenue for the government is underway in Nigeria. The bill has passed second reading at the House of Representatives. The extant laws affected were the ...
Maritime First Newspaper:
…As Kaduna revenue agency seals-off 3 companies over N13.2m tax evasion The House of Representatives Committee on Public Account has asked the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) to return N4.6 billion which represents two per cent of total tax ...


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