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    Metro VAT war: PNG backs Southern Governors’ position – P.M. News
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    Politics Despite controversies, FG targets N2.2trn from VAT in 2022 – Premium Times Nigeria
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    Metro Appeal Court Refuses to Stop FIRS From Collecting VAT – Tori News
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    Metro Lagos Generates 55% Of Value-Added Tax In Nigeria, Gets Only 10% – Lawmaker – Tori News
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    Metro Court stops FIRS from collecting VAT, Personal Income Tax in Rivers – P.M. News
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    Business VAT: Nigeria generates N496bn in Q1–Report – New Telegraph
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    Business NBS: Nigeria generated N1.53trn from VAT in 2020 – New Telegraph
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    Business FG May Increase VAT Rate By 2.5% In 2021 – Nairaland
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    Business FG’s VAT revenue on steady rise despite COVID-19, lockdown – Vanguard News
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    Business Nigeria Generated ₦424.71 Billion VAT In Q3 – NBS – Nairaland
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    Business StarTimes takes hit from VAT hike, naira devaluation – The Nation News
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    Business Nigerians fight for economic balance as recession beckons – The Guardian Nigeria News
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    World Saudi Arabia increases VAT to 15 percent from today – P.M. Nigeria News
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    Business FG defends VAT increase, says it’ll help struggling states – Vanguard Nigeria

    The Federal Government, yesterday, defended its decision to increase Value Added Tax, VAT, rate to 7.5 per cent from five per cent, stating that the review should have been done nine years ago. Work on VAT implementation, not increase,Ex-ANAN president urges FG Addressing newsmen after the...
  15. Nigeria Political News

    Politics Buhari’s minister reveals effect of proposed VAT increase on Nigerians – Daily Post Nigeria

    Mrs Zainab Ahmed, the Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning, says the proposed Value Added Tax (VAT) increase will impact more on consumption by urban communities and the wealthier sections of the population. Ahmed, who said this at the 25th Nigerian Economic Summit in Abuja on …...
  16. Nigeria Business News

    Business Why Nigeria must increase VAT – CBN gov, Emefiele – Daily Post Nigeria

    Mr Godwin Emefiele, the Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), says the plan to increase Value Added Tax (VAT) from five per cent to 7.5 per cent is in the right direction to raise country’s revenue. Emefiele stated this while fielding questions from journalists after the … Read more...
  17. Nigeria Sports News

    Business What You Need To Know About Proposed VAT Increase From 5% – 7.5% – Naijaloaded

    After 26 years, the Federal Government has made the proposal to increase the rate of Value Added Tax (VAT) from five per cent to seven point five per cent with effect from..... Read more via Naijaloaded – Get More Nigeria Business News
  18. Nigeria Business News

    Business Nigeria considers new 5% tax for online purchases – Premium Times Nigeria

    The Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) may, from next year, ask banks to charge customers five per cent Value Added Tax for online purchases when using bank cards, its Chairman, Tunde Fowler, has said. Mr Fowler, who gave the hint in an exclusive interview with PREMIUM TIMES … Read more...
  19. Nigeria Business News

    Business Nigeria earned N289.04bn from VAT Q1 2019 —NBS – The Punch

    Sectoral distribution of Value Added Tax data for the first quarter of 2019 reflected that the sum of N289.04bn was generated as VAT in Q1 2019 as against N298.01bn generated in Q4 2018 and N269.79bn generated in Q1 2018 representing 3.01 per cent decrease … Read more via “nigeria” – Google...
  20. Nigeria Business News

    Business FIRS to start charging VAT on online transactions soon – Fowler – Nairametrics

    The Federal Inland Revenue Service will start taking Value Added Tax on online transactions any moment from now according to its chairman, Babatunde Fowler. Mr Fowler mentioned this during an interview he had with the News Agency of Nigeria in New York on Saturday. He stated that banks …...