Analyse This S2E12 : Understanding Taxation In Nigeria



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In this episode, Honey Ogundeyi & Tunji Andrews discusses taxes in Nigeria. Did you already know that it’s unlawful to evade taxes?

Learn all you’ll want to find out about taxes and methods you’ll be able to have an effect on your enterprise on this distinctive episode of this evaluation, which features a particular visitor, Yomi Olugbenro, associate, Deloitte Nigeria. Watch!

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6 thoughts on “Analyse This S2E12 : Understanding Taxation In Nigeria”

  1. This doesn’t still explain it properly, first of all, how can he say that as long as you earn, you have to pay tax? In somewhere like the UK, you don’t pay tax unless you earn more than £11,000 a year, the there are income brackets, so the more you earn the more tax you pay. None of you said what percentage of individual income is taxed. As far as I’m concerned there is no structure in taxation in Nigeria. We have the federal and the state tax bodies, where does personal income tax go to? Where does company income tax go to? Are we paying to both? All he said was consult your tax consultant… what about Pay As You Earn? What does it mean?

  2. The female host doesn't seem to be very intelligent. Paying taxes in Nigeria 🇳🇬 is a joke since there is no accountability and a high rate of corruption.

  3. Google ke? The whole Nigerian system works offline. Except a third-party just puts it online, you ain't getting nothing.

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