The trio spoke on Tuesday in Kampala, the Ugandan capital, during the fourth International Conference of Tax in Africa.
Browsing: Tunde Fowler
Signed by Wahab Gbadamosi, Head, Communications and Servicom Department, the statement said the fire, which broke out at 5.10pm, affected the canteen located at Annex 1 of the headquarters where old and disused computers awaiting disposal are kept.
Chairman, Federal Inland Revenue Service, Tunde Fowler, has stated the improvement in revenue collection in the country over the last four years is partly due to the adoption of technology, which has made payment process more convenient in addition to providing information to taxpayers.
Designated Non-Resident Persons Tax Office, the notice clarified that a non-resident person refers to a foreign company as defined in the Companies Income Tax Act (Cap C2, LFN 2004 as amended) or an individual (who is resident outside Nigeria and derives income or profit from Nigeria) as defined in the Personal Income Tax Act (Cap P8, LFN 2004 as amended).
The Service said this in a statement by its Director, Communication and Servicom, Wahab Gbadamosi
The delegates, under the auspices of the African Tax Administration Forum, are holding ATAF Technical Workshop on Value Added Tax, in the Nigeria capital, Abuja.
The Executive Chairman of FIRS, Tunde Fowler, disclosed this at the African Tax Administration Forum Technical Workshop on VAT on Monday in Abuja.
The delegates, under the auspices of African Tax Administration Forum, are holding ATAF Technical Workshop on VAT in the Nigeria capital, Abuja.
The Vice President said this while flagging off the new national TIN registration system in Abuja on Monday, stating that the initiative is deserving of commendation as it is in line with international best practices.
The Federal Government says it has paid N135 billion of all outstanding PAYE tax liabilities owed by Federal Ministries, Departments and Agencies for 14 years to various states governments.
Fowler made this known at the Go-Live Ceremony for the New National Tax Identification Number Registration System in Abuja.
The two labour unions at the Federal Inland Revenue Service have reassured Nigerians, the Federal Government and FIRS management that they will ensure that the N8.8 trillion revenue target for 2019 is realised.
The Chairman of the Federal Inland Revenue Service; Tunde Fowler; Minister for Foreign Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama; and Chairman, Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission, Prof. Bolaji Owasanoye, will join other top officials from around the world at a global conference on how to contain Illicit Financial Flows at the Trusteeship Council Chamber, UN Headquarters in New York.
Elamah disclosed this while presenting a report on the new Taxpayer Identification Number Registration System to the Executive Chairman of the Federal Inland Revenue Service, Tunde Fowler, who is also the Chairman, JTB.
The Federal Government has announced plans to charge Value Added Tax on lottery and gaming activities and automate collection from operators in the Lottery Sector.
The Federal Inland Revenue Service expects to pull in about N750 billion from about 55,000 millionaire tax debtors. This was made known on Monday in Abuja by the FIRS Chairman, Tunde Fowler, while addressing the House of Representatives joint committees on Finance, Appropriations, Aids, Loans and Debt
The Executive Chairman, Federal Inland Revenue Service, Tunde Fowler, has stated that Value Added Tax is primarily designed to support poor Nigerians and not to create hardship for them, as it is charged on consumption and capacity to consume.
If the FIRS pools N5.3 trillion revenue, that will be the highest revenue ever generated by FIRS in history.
This was disclosed in a press release signed by Wahab Gbadamosi, Head of Communications and Servicom Department of the FIRS.
The Federal Inland Revenue Services said it recovered about N3.63 billion by curbing Illicit Financial Flows between January 2017 and August 2018 in the country.