WHAT NIGERIA’S TAX REFORM MEANS FOR YOU

WHAT NIGERIA’S TAX REFORM MEANS FOR YOU

Earlier this month, Nigeria’s Federal Executive Council approved the review of the country’s tax policies. This comes as the deadline for the Voluntary Assets and Income Declaration Scheme draws closer. Ogochukwu Isiadinso, Associate Director for Tax Advisory and Regulatory Services at Andersen Tax joins CNBC Africa to analyse Nigeria’s tax reforms.

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