Federal Government of Nigeria reviews provisional protocol for travellers arriving from Brazil, India and Turkey
The Federal Government of Nigeria, on 02 May 2021, announced that travellers arriving from Brazil, India and Turkey (BIT countries) will be denied entry into Nigeria with effect from Tuesday, 4 May 2021
Federal Government of Nigeria reviews provisional protocol for travellers arriving from the United Kingdom and South Africa
The Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) has released a revised quarantine protocol (the Protocol) with a special focus on travellers arriving from the United Kingdom and South Africa
Post-COVID-19: Impact on cross-border employees, its imperatives and tax dynamics
The COVID-19 Pandemic is not just a global public health crisis, it has also severely affected the global economy and financial markets, disrupting lives, communities, governments and businesses at large. For instance, governments and businesses have adjusted their outlook for 2020, with many taking aggressive measures to stay afloat. Despite the efforts, many businesses were unable to survive.
Evaluating changes in transfer pricing positions in an economic downturn: a COVID-19 scenario
The downturn in both the global and Nigerian economies due to the impact of COVID-19 will have serious implications for many multinational businesses operating in Nigeria, especially in the areas of transfer pricing policy implementation and documentation.
FGN releases provisional protocol for travellers ahead of international flights resumption
The Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) has released the provisional protocol (the Protocol), in preparation for the resumption of international flights to Nigeria, which is scheduled to commence from 5 September 2020
Federal Government of Nigeria postpones resumption of international flights
The Federal Government of Nigeria has postponed the resumption of international flights from 29 August to 05 September 2020.
COVID-19: FIRS extends the period to enjoy a waiver of interest and penalty from the settlement of outstanding tax liabilities
The Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) recently issued a Public Notice extending the deadline for obtaining a waiver of interest and penalty on outstanding tax debts resulting from tax desk review, audit and/or investigation assessments, from 31 May 2020 to 30 June 2020.
FRC guidance for External Auditors: COVID-19 and its impact on the audit of reporting entities in Nigeria
As COVID-19 spreads and the impact is felt, regulators in Nigeria and around the world have issued guidance to entities under their control to provide direction on the impact of COVID-19 on the reporting obligations of those entities.
COVID-19: FIRS waives interest and penalty arising from outstanding tax audit liabilities
The Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) recently issued a Public Notice communicating the waiver of interest and penalty on outstanding tax debts arising from tax desk review, audit and/or investigation exercise.
Webinar invitation – COVID-19: Economic impact scenarios and business tax imperatives
Join our experts as they discuss the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the critical economic, tax and other fiscal measures targeted at alleviating the economic impact of the pandemic.