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Are the tax obligations of deemed interest fair?






Globalisation has brought the market to the rest of the world. Kenya is one of […]

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Recent developments in the taxation of Non-Resident companies in Nigeria






The significant decline in oil price, oil theft and the vandalization of oil pipe lines […]

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Tax Audit and Investigation: trigger points and mitigative measures






The frequency of tax audits and investigations, in recent times, by the Federal Inland Revenue […]

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Analytical Skills for HR and Reward Practitioners






The HR profession has evolved from being perceived as a mere support function to a […]

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Emerging Trends in Remuneration Practices in Nigeria






Developing a better understanding of cost optimization, while repositioning for future opportunities, has become a […]

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KPMG Nigeria Tax Alert






The Executive Chairman of the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), Mr. Babatunde Fowler, was the […]

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Transfer Pricing

KPMG Nigeria’s Tax and People Services Business Brochure






KPMG Tax & People Services Business School offers a variety of training programmes aimed at […]

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KPMG Nigeria holds a Tax Breakfast Meeting






KPMG in Nigeria is pleased to invite you to the quarterly Tax Breakfast Meeting holding on […]

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VAT to be introduced in Egypt






The Egyptian Parliament has passed a new VAT law to replace the previous sales tax, […]

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The Nigerian mining sector brief






Nigeria is endowed with vast reserves of solid minerals, including, but not limited to, precious […]

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Managing Expatriate and Immigration Issues






The passage of Nigeria’s Immigration Act 2015 by the Federal Government and subsequent policy changes […]

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How do you know your employee incentive scheme is working?






So your organisation is one of those with an incentive scheme, which is designed to […]

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Human Resources / Reward Practices Survey 2015/2016






The prevailing economic headwinds present Human Resources (HR) professionals with an enormous challenge of helping […]

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Communication Service Tax: A Tax Burden Nigeria Could Do Without (Part 2)






Why the CST is a bad idea At first glance, the introduction of this tax […]

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Payment revolution on the horizon

Communication Service Tax: A tax burden Nigeria could do without






We contend that for a nation to try to tax itself into prosperity is like […]

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The Accounting Toolkit for the Strategic Human Resource Manager






As the Human Resource (HR) practitioner moves away from playing a “medicine-after-death” role and metamorphoses […]

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Nigeria Transfer Pricing (TP) Audit Experience






It is no surprise that over the past year the FIRS has embarked on an […]

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The Cut on Oil Price and the Need for a New Tax Reform






Angola currently faces a challenging economic environment after a notable period of development, namely due […]

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Introduction to Nigerian Taxes






Several taxes exist in the Nigerian business climate and are imposable by virtue of the […]

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Transfer Pricing

Nigeria: Implications of BEPS proposals






Nigeria’s tax authority—the Federal Inland Revenue Service—has incorporated into its tax audit procedures certain of […]

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TRMS

Tax risk management needs higher prevalence in the boardroom






The reality is that in today’s operating business landscape more companies – especially indigenous companies […]

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Ideal Tax Operation

Ideal Tax Operational Environment: Inevitable Changes to Global Reporting






Companies have been made to suffer huge tax liabilities as a result of major business […]

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Transfer Pricing

Transfer Pricing Documentation in a Post-BEPS World






By Victor Adegite – ACA, ACTI “It is not the strongest or the most intelligent […]

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BEPS

Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS): Explanatory Note and Implications for Nigeria






On 5 October 2015, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) released the final […]

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Nigerian Transfer Pricing Regulations: Any Safe Harbour?






By Victor Adegite – ACA, ACTI Background The Nigerian Transfer Pricing (TP) Regulations officially known […]

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Liberia Fiscal Guide (2014/2015)






Business income Generally residents are taxable on all income regardless of source. Therefore, foreign source […]

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Rwanda Fiscal Guide (2014/2015)






Basic Taxation Income tax is levied on both companies and individuals. Under the income tax […]

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Potential Risks in the Safe Harbor Provisions of Nigeria’s Transfer Pricing Regulations











Safe harbors are music to the ears of many tax practitioners and taxpayers in the transfer pricing world. When Nigeria’s Federal Inland Revenue Service(FIRS) published the transfer pricing regulations, taxpayers celebrated the inclusion of safe harbor provisions.

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Strategies for success in a new tax world






  Africa’s increasing prosperity is bringing the issue of taxation into the foreground. With an […]

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The Factors involved in Setting Family Salaries in a Family Firm

Consolidating Growth and Social Justice: Zambia 2013/14 Budget Speech






  While the global economy continues on a slow recovery path, Zambia’s projected GDP remains […]

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