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Personal income taxation in Nigeria

J. O. Anyaduba

Personal income taxation in Nigeria

by J. O. Anyaduba

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Published by United City Press in Benin City, Nigeria .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nigeria.
    • Subjects:
    • Income tax -- Law and legislation -- Nigeria.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      StatementJ.O. Anyaduba.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKTA2832 .A96 1999
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 225 p. ;
      Number of Pages225
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6882613M
      ISBN 109783480766
      LC Control Number00443962
      OCLC/WorldCa43441069

      Principles of personal income taxation in Nigeria Paperback – by A. K Agyei (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, "Please retry" — Author: A. K Agyei. Personal income tax failed in Nigeria for lack of equitability. In spite of the fact that the books, newspapers and customs and excise taxes and company income taxes and per.

      #3 Education Tax. This tax is enabled by the Education Tax Act of No 7, The tax is chargeable on all companies registered in Nigeria at 2% of chargeable profits as contribution to the Education Tax Fund. #4 Personal Income Tax (PITA) This is enabled by the Personal Income Tax Act No of PITA is payable by all individuals and. Nigeria tax system is historical (Odusola, ) dates back to when the personal income tax was introduced in northern Nigeria before the amalgamation, through the Native Revenue Ordinances the West, the Direct Taxation Ordinance No. 4 of to Income Tax.

        The policy in effect has shifted focus from direct taxation to indirect taxation. Its strategy is to reduce companies’ income tax rate from 30 to 20%, top rate personal income tax rate from 25 to % and a gradual increase in the rate of VAT from the current level of 5%. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books. Get print book. No eBook available. ; Find in a library; All sellers» Foundations of Personal Income Tax in Nigeria. Offiong U. Bassey. Assumpta Press, - pages. 0 Reviews.


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Personal income taxation in Nigeria by J. O. Anyaduba Download PDF EPUB FB2

Personal Income tax in Nigeria Employees simply pay their income tax through the Pay As You Earn (PAYE) system, whereby employers deduct the due tax at source from the salaries and transfer it directly to the FIRS on a monthly basis, while independent workers and beneficiaries of additional income are required to file their own tax returns.

Value Added Tax (VAT): Any person or individual, corporate sole, organizations who consumes or buys any taxable product or service will have to pay a tax levy known as Value Added Tax (VAT) in Nigeria.

Personal Income Tax (PIT): The Personal Income Tax (PIT) is the most common tax type in the country. A Personal Income Tax is a tax. Personal Income tax in one of the types of taxes in Nigeria that is levied by the Federal Government of Nigeria. What Is Personal Income Tax In Nigeria.

Personal Income Tax PIT can be described as the income tax payable for any year of assessment upon the chargeable income of an individual (chargeable person). H 1: There are problems associated with personal income tax administration Personal income taxation in Nigeria book Nigeria.

SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY. Although several research works have been carried out on the personal income tax administration in Nigeria but most have not researched on the performance and contribution of personal income tax to the Nigeria revenue profit.

the remuneration of the employee is liable to tax in that other country under the provisions of the avoidance of double taxation treaty (DTT) with that other country. Personal income tax rates. The table below shows a summary of the taxable income tax bands and applicable rates of tax on an annual basis.

Taxation in Nigeria (Summary) There you have it; an overview of taxation in Nigeria, history, terms and tax policies, problems, and tax rate. Obviously, everything about the Nigerian taxation cannot be covered in this article, so try to click the links provided on certain text to get a.

Nigeria uses Pay-As-You-Earn (PAYE) system to calculate personal income tax which is PAYE tax. The annual PAYE tax rate progresses from This tax rate progresses from 7 percent to 24 percent of taxable income.

The taxable income band is from NGN, to. This book discusses the evolution of taxation in Nigeria within the framework of eight broad themes i.e., The Origin and Practice of Fiscal Federalism in Nigeria, The Constitutional Context for.

To identify the factors that impinge on the effective administration of personal income tax in Abia State. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY.

Practically the study will assist the Abia State Board of Internal Revenue in positively administering their responsibilities in raising revenue through personal income taxation and conducting other tax duties.

Browse our in-depth guides covering corporate tax, indirect tax, personal taxes, transfer pricing and other tax matters in more than countries. Skip to the content. EY Homepage. Search Close search See all results in Search Page. No results have been found. Recent searches (container) See. The latest representations of these tax laws are the Personal Income Tax Act and the Companies Income Tax Act Current Tax Situation in Nigeria According to the Nigerian Laws, there are three legal bodies that can levy the taxes on Nigerians.

ABSTRACT This study examines the role of personal income tax on the economic growth of Nigeria. the objective of the study was to determine how tax income affects economic growth in Nigeria.

To achieve this objective, relevant secondary data from the period of on personal income tax. PERSONAL INCOME TAX ACT, NO.• Laws • Subsidiary Legislation • LAWS ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS PART I Imposition of tax and income chargeable 1.

Imposition of tax. Persons on whom tax is to be imposed. Income chargeable. General provisions as to valuation of benefits. Valuation as to living accommodation. Personal Income Tax (Amendment) Act, (“PITAM”) is the principal act for the taxation of employees in Nigeria.

Employees pay tax based on residency. Thus, an employee would be tax resident if. the employee works fully (or partially) in Nigeria or; the employer is in Nigeria or; the employer has a fixed base in Nigeria.

The personal income tax is not adequate enough to cover taxes in Nigeria, self employment in Nigeria (Barbers GSM operators, mechanics spraying painters, market women and men hair dressers hawkers e.t.c) does not account for personal income tax vendors, bus conductors do not pay income can be determined and deducted at source that actually pay.

Double Tax Treaties (DTTs) or Double Tax Agreement (DTAs) determine, among other things, how such income should be taxed for the benefit of both countries. This article examines the DTAs' framework in Nigeria, their effectiveness over the years and suggests possible changes to the status quo.

Personal Income Tax (PIT) is a compulsory tax charged on the income earned by an individual. The rate of tax payable is not a fixed sum, depending on the gross income of the taxable employee, and the tax relief granted to him under Personal Income Tax Act (PITA).

By Bolanle Oniyangi INTRODUCTION The Finance Act (the ‘Act’) signifies a return to an era of active fiscal supervision, motivating regular review of the macro environment and stimulation of the economy on an annual or at least regular basis with global best practices and increase revenue generation for the Nation[i].

The Finance Act, made [ ]. Nigeria personal Income Tax (Amendment) Act Implications for Tax Administration and Enforcement. Vol 2(4) pg Akintoye, I.R and Tashie (). The effect of tax compliance on economic growth and development in Nigeria, West-Africa: British.

Alasan, A.B. (), Basic Macroeconomic: Theory and policy, kraft Books limited, Ibanda. Personal Income 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 Personal Income Tax Rate is projected to trend around percent inaccording to our econometric models. The Finance Act includes provisions that create nexus for the taxation of income earned by foreign companies from technical, management, consultancy or professional services that are remotely provided to a person resident in Nigeria.

The tax on these foreign companies will be limited to the tax withheld (deducted) from payments made to them.Individual - Sample personal income tax calculation Last reviewed - 17 July Below is the basis of pay as you earn (PAYE) calculation for an individual whose gross income is NGN 4 million.Personal Income Tax rate in Nigeria varies depending on the annual income of a person.

The minimum PIT rate is 1% if the annual income is less than ₦, If your income is larger than that, here are the rates you need to know about for your calculations.