TAXATION IN NIGERIA PROSPECTS FOR REFORM

TAXATION IN NIGERIA PROSPECTS FOR REFORM

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ABSTRACT

This term paper is written to give an insight into the effect of TAXATION in Nigeria Prospects for Reform.

In realization of this purpose which was to examine the effect of taxation in Nigeria prospects for reform, the term paper provides clearly a complete coverage of the study.

Chapter one dealt with the introduction of the subject matter. Chapter two examines the general principles of Taxation in Nigeria prospects for reform. While chapter three is the summary and recommendation of the subject matter.

The term paper will be found useful over its encouragement to investment and reviews to the extent taxation in Nigeria prospects for reform effect investment.

According to Toye (1978) the practice to operate science which gives tax concessions has widely spread among government of developing countries. Toye went further to say that these subside from public expenditure is being given to newly established firms or only firms starting new activities. This is to include the private sector to invest and participate in the taxation in Nigeria prospects for reform.

 

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENT

CHAPTER ONE

  • INTRODUCTION 1

1.1     BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY                       2

  • STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM3
  • OBJECTIVE/SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY4
  • SCOPE AND LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY5

CHAPTER TWO

  • GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF TAXATION IN NIGERIA

PROSPECTS FOR REFORM                              8

2.1     DEFINITION                                                          9

  • DIRECT AND INDIRECT TAXES 9
  • JUSTIFICATION OF TAXATION OF

CUSTOMS & PORT REFORM                           10

  • ESSENTIAL CANNONS OF GOOD TAX SYSTEM11
  • TAX ADMINISTRATION IN NIGERIA 12
  • OBJECTIVES OF INCOME TAX

MANAGEMENT AC (ITMA)                                  15

  • POWERS AND DUTIES OF THE JOINT TAX BOARD15
  • EMPLOYMENT OF INCOME EXEMPTED 17
  • DIVIDEND, INTEREST OR DISCOUNT 17
  • RELIEF AND ALLOWANCE 20

PERSONAL ALLOWANCE                                  20

CHARGEABLE INCOME                                      21

MARRIAGE ALLOWANCE                                   21

CHILD ALLOWANCE                                           21

DEPENDENT RELATIVE ALLOWANCE               21

LIFE ASSURANCE.                                              22

3.1     EARNED INCOME                                                22

  • FEDERAL COLLECTED REVENUE FOR REFORM23
  • REVIEW OF VALUE ADDED TAX (VAT) 23

DISTRIBUTION FORMULA                                24

  • TAXATION TO BE USED AS DEVELOPMENT TOOL30

CHAPTER THREE

SUMMARY                                                                       30

RECOMMENDATION                                                     30

CONCLUSION                                                                31

BIBLIOGRAPHY.                                                             33

 

                                       

 

 

 


CHAPTER ONE

1.0  INTRODUCTION

Taxation is a major source of revenue to the government. Revenue could also accrue to the government through other sources such as foreign gifts, grants, income from investments and international trade. The above mentioned sources of revenue listed above are unreliable source of generating revenue to the government. However, taxation could be as one of the major source of generating revenue.

Tax as a levy imposed by the government against the income, profit or wealth of the individual, partnership and corporate organisation. Taxation is divided into various types such as income tax, corporate tone, company tax, capital gains tax, capital transfer tax etc.

Taxation in Nigeria prospects for reform is levied on the authority of the federal government income tax management act 1961 (ITMA) and subsequent amendments including the financial miscellaneous taxation provision, degree 1992 and the finance (miscellaneous provision) degree 1993.

 

  • BACKGROUND

Nigeria taxation prospects for reform is an assessment imposed by the states and the federal governments to enable them provide services for Nigerian citizens. The present day taxation prospects for reform in administration is guided by the following act and decrees:

  1. Income time management act (ITMA) 1961 referred to as the 1961 act. This governs the taxation of individuals, trustees, executors, partnerships, communities and families. The act was amended by the finance (miscellaneous taxation provision) decree 1985, 1987, 1992, 1993, 1994 and 1996.
  2. Company income tax act (CITA) 1979 referred to as the 1979 act which regulates the taxation of registered companies. This act has also suffered some amendments.
  • Petroleum profit tax act (PPTA) 1959 as amended up to 1979 referred to as PPTA 1959 as amended. This act regulates the assessment and collection of petroleum in tax payable by entities that engage in the extraction and sale of petroleum oil in Nigeria.
  1. Capital gains tax decree (CGTD) 1967 which was introduced by decree 44 of 1967. this decree takes care of gains accruing to any person on or after 1st April 1967 on the disposal of fixed assets.

 

  • STATEMENT OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM

The Nigeria Taxation prospects in Nigeria for reform is affected with different taxation problems. Such as:

  1. it may act as dis-incentive to work. That is, tax on management earning.

2.       taxation may direct economic resources depending on the elasticity of demand for the relevant product. Example, if there is a purchase tax on butter and price of butter goes up, people may like to purchase

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