6 edition of Company tax law in Nigeria found in the catalog.
Company tax law in Nigeria
J. Ola Orojo
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by J. Ola Orojo.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxix, 300 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||300|
|LC Control Number||80477484|
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The amount charged is 30% o the profit earned in the year preceding assessment. Companies resident in Nigeria are liable for CIT on their worldwide income and non-resident companies are liable only to CIT on their Nigerian-source income.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxix, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Includes the text of the Companies Income Tax Act A withholding tax of 10% is deducted from the dividend paid by a Nigerian company to a non-resident company.
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Introduction to Nigeria Company Law - Part 1 This was then ammended in to cover the whole country (Companies Amendment and Extension Act of ). Both acts were then repealed and replaced in by the Companies Act of An Act to consolidate the provisions of the Companies Income Tax Act and to make other provisions relating thereto.
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Contents: general principles: e.g. definitions, objectives, criteria, direct and indirect taxes, jurisdiction, personal taxation, company taxation, local taxation. The book is recommended to students of law, accounting and business administration especially those preparing for the examinations of the Institute of Accounting of Nigeria and the chartered institute of taxation of Nigeria.
It will also be useful for students in law school and post graduate student of Accounting in Nigeria University. Taxation In Nigeria and History of Taxation In Nigeria A tax in Nigeria is a compulsory levy imposed by the Federal Government of Nigeria on individuals and corporate entities in respective of return of service expected from the government.
In Nigeria, nobody can dispute the fact that though this taxes are been collected, they are [ ]. These basic principles underlie much of what follows in this book.
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Ltd., T-1/95, Mangolpuri Industrial Area, Phase I, New Delhi Note: (i) Students are advised to read the relevant Bare Acts. ‘Student Company Secretary’ and ‘Chartered Secretary’. ADMINISTRATION OF COMPANY INCOME TAX IN NIGERIA: PROBLEMS AND PROCEDURES ABSTRACT.
Once a company is incorporate, it becomes legal entity and is treated under Nigerian law as an artificial person, separate and distinct from its shareholders.
Corporate bodies are charged to tax under the Companies Income Tax Act (CITA)as amended to data. Double tax treaties (DTTs) Nigeria has DTTs with the countries listed in the table below. Nigeria also has tax treaties with Kenya, Mauritius, and Poland; however, these treaties have not been ratified by the Nigerian National Assembly.
The tax treaties with South Korea, Spain, and Sweden are still in the process of being ratified. Business or trade only partially carried on or deemed to be carried on in Nigeria. Relevant tax authority may assess and charge tax on the turnover of a business, etc.
Partnership. Agricultura l, etc., profit. Employment. Tax credit allowable against tax payable on income derived from outside Nigeria. Nigerian dividends.
The Petroleum Profit Tax is subject to any resident company or person in charge of a non-resident company who are exploring for petroleum or producing it. This also includes any liquidator, receiver, or agent of liquidator or receiver of any company carrying on petroleum operations in Nigeria.
IIBB: 1%-4% (industrial), %-5% (commerce and services) and %-8% (commission and intermediation) VAT: 27%, %, 0% Effective: % Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba. Services: 4%–6% 30%, 25%, 22%, 18%, 10%, 7%, 5%, 0% PIS-PASEP: %, % COFINS: 3%, % 16%, 10%, 6%, 5%, 3% 11%, 4%, 2%, 0%.
In Nigeria, Non resident recipients of income in the form of interest, dividends and royalties, upon deduction of withholding tax, are not liable to further tax payments, under Nigerian law, provided that for the tax year, they remain non-resident. Nigerians under the law are to pay 25% of their total worldwide income while foreign individuals are to pay 25% of the profit made in Nigeria only.
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Section 14 (2) (b) succinctly declares thatFile Size: KB. Corporate Tax Rate in Nigeria is expected to reach percent by the end ofaccording to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts expectations. In the long-term, the Nigeria Corporate Tax Rate is projected to trend around percent.
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See Also: How To Diversify The Nigerian Economy Successfully For Growth Below is a comprehensive analysis of taxation in Nigeria and the necessary rules, laws, and clarifications. These will help you run your business legally in accordance with the tax laws and regulations in Nigeria.
behind on tax law reform in Nigeria as the last time any business tax legislation was enacted or amended was This is in spite of the various pending memoranda and proposals for tax law reform submitted to the Federal Government by different stakeholders, such as Nigerian Insurers Association, Association of Food, Beverages and.
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Tax Rate The rate of CIT is 30%1. This is applied on total profits of the taxpayer. However, minimum tax may be payable by a company making losses depending on the age of the company, industry and. DO LAWYERS PAY TOO MUCH TAX. In order to put the discussion of the topic as given in proper perspective, I have chosen to examine it under the following headings: 1.
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