Nonremittance of taxes by MDAs frustrates compliancevalid until: 25 Jun 2020date published: 25 Jun 2019
The Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (CITN), has said the non-remittance of taxes by some Federal Government agencies is frustrating efforts in enforcing compliance from individuals and corporate organisations. CITN, which argued that the development is worrisome, accused such agencies of not showing good example in compliance processes.
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