FIRS gives seven-day notice to tax defaulters

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The Federal Inland Revenue Service has given a seven-day notice to tax defaulters, with a warning that it will soon begin a nationwide tax enforcement to bring defaulters to book.

The notice was contained in a statement signed by the Head of Communication, FIRS, Wahab Gbadamosi.

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The statement quoted the acting Executive Chairman, FIRS, Mr Abiodun Aina, as saying that the service had concluded plans to begin tax enforcement against defaulters if they continued to fail in fulfilling their tax obligations.

He advised tax defaulters to settle their tax liabilities within seven days of the publication of the notification to avoid any inconveniences or interruptions in their operations.

It stated, “The FIRS hereby informs all taxpayers (individuals, partnerships, enterprises, corporate organisations, Ministries, Departments and Agencies) who are in default of payment of taxes arising from self-assessment, tax audit, tax investigation, transfer pricing audit, demand notices and any other liabilities, that the FIRS will commence a nationwide tax enforcement exercise from December 18, with a view to prosecuting defaulters and recovering all outstanding tax liabilities.”

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