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- DocumentEuropean American Journals, 2017The pressure for development, public finance and revenue concomitantly attract challenges impacting and impairing on businesses especially in building and construction sector of the economy.DocumentActionAid International, 2016Nigeria, Africa’s most populous country, has lost out on US$3.3billion as result of an extraordinary ten year tax break granted by the Nigerian government to some of the world’s biggest oil and gas companies: Shell,DocumentNigerian Investment Promotion Commission, 2017This Compendium of Investment Incentives in Nigeria is the product of a collaboration between Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission and Federal Inland Revenue Service.DocumentKPMG, 2017The journal is a compilation of significant decided tax cases in 2016, key pronouncements from tax administrators and regulatory agencies, and some of the thought leadership articles authored by KPMG Nigeria subject-matter specialists.DocumentInternational Society for Technology in Education, 2012Over the years, many developed economies have made considerable investment in legislative tax reforms, taxpayer education programs, tax enforcement strategies, and increasingly sophisticated systems of tax administration using new technologies.DocumentInternational Society for Technology in Education, 2016This paper examined the impact of tax evasion and avoidance on growth of the Nigerian economy. The study adopted the ex-post facto research design and data were obtained from Central Bank of Nigeria StatisticalDocumentInternational Society for Technology in Education, 2013This study examined taxpayers’ education as a key strategy in achieving voluntary compliance in Lagos State.DocumentEuropean Centre for Research Training and Development UK, 2014The strides in information and communication technology (ICT) makes ecommerce a critical and inexorable feature of the global economy. In modern trends, significant numbers of transactions are carried out online.DocumentAfrican Tax Research Network, 2016The world is experiencing remarkable advancements in technology that has given pace to the emergence of e-commerce, creating a system where transactions are carried out via computer networks (online). Tax Authorities have been challenged with the emergence of e-commerce, owing to the fact that Tax laws were initially designed to consider only physical transactions.DocumentInternational Research Journal of Finance and Economics, 2011Despite the various tax reforms undertaken by Nigerian Government to increase tax revenue over the year, prior statistical evidence indicates that the contribution of income tax to the Government’s total revenue remained consistently low and is relatively shrinking.