Federal Executive Council approves new import levy
The Federal Executive Council (FEC) has approved a new 0.2% import levy on eligible imports from African Union (AU) Member States.
Mergers and acquisitions now under the joint purview of SEC and FCCPC…till further notice
SEC and FCCPC recently issued joint guidance on submission of notifications for proposed mergers, acquisitions and other business combination notifications
Vacancies in the Nigeria Power Sector Program (NPSP)
We are pleased to announce some vacancies under the Nigeria Power Sector Program, a power sector transformation programme led by Deloitte.
The informal sector to benefit from the contributory pension scheme
In a bid to strengthen the post-retirement financial capability of all working Nigerians, the National Pension Commission (PenCom) has finalised plans to launch the Micro Pension Plan
Open banking, open risk. Managing financial crime in a disrupted world
New technologies, new entrants to the industry, new regulations and changing consumer preferences are combining to disrupt and fragment what was until recently an industry dominated by the major banks.
Deadline for filing of annual employers tax returns (Form H1)
Under the Personal Income Tax Act, every employer is statutorily required to submit employers’ tax returns (Form H1) with the relevant tax authority of all emoluments paid to its employees in the preceding year.
Career opportunities for Public Health Professionals
As part of the mandate received from The Global Fund (TGF) – a partnership organization designed to accelerate the end of AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria as epidemics, The National Tuberculosis and Leprosy Control Programme (NTBLCP) seeks to recruit suitable, qualified and experienced public health professionals for The National Tuberculosis and Leprosy Control Programme (NTBLCP) which was established by the Government of Nigeria to coordinate tuberculosis and leprosy control efforts in Nigeria.
Federal Government of Nigeria’s 2019 Budget of Continuity
President Muhammadu Buhari provided a sneak peek into Nigeria’s fiscal direction for 2019 on Wednesday, 19 December 2018, as he presented the 2019 Budget of the Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) to the joint session of the National Assembly. The FGN’s 2019 Budget is intended to continue Nigeria’s quest for inclusive growth, economic diversification and sustainable development.
Ease of doing business in Nigeria – A case for eliminating multiple tax reviews, audits and investigations
The importance of ensuring a conducive environment for businesses cannot be over-emphasized, given their immense contribution to the growth of the national economy. This is more so, in the light of current economic growth and stability plans by Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN).