• Uk Fiscal System
    United Kingdom’s petroleum fiscal regime, and is intended to ascertain the Nigerian regime’s attractiveness with regard to investment. LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS API American Petroleum Institute APRT Advance Petroleum Revenue Tax CFA Cross-field Allowance CT Corporation Tax DPR Department of Petroleum...
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  • Projects
    BANKS OF NIGERIA PLC MAIN BRANCH) 266. THE CHALLENGES FACING THE CORPORATION (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIAN PORTS AUTHORITY PLC) 267. THE EFFECT OF FLUCTUATING FOREIGN EXCHANGE RATE ON NIGERIA CURRENCY. (A CASE STUDY OF CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA, BRANCH) 268. THE ADVANTAGE OF VALUE ADDED TAX IN...
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  • Tax Administration and Revenue in Lagos State
    project. The Nigerian tax administration is in line with the British model of tax administration since 1960 and has been operating this up to 1990 when the self-assessment scheme came into play which seems similar to the American model of tax administration system (Adesola 2004). The British model of...
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  • Renewable energy
    policy in Nigeria has been ineffective for years. It added to the reduction of the economy growth due to its administrative burden, Compliance Burden, lack of equality and poor taxation zeal from the government. These challenges make difficult to know the amount Company’s pay in taxes and how the tax...
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  • Nigeria Tax Reform: Challeges & Prospects
    cent special levy on Bank’s excess profits Imposition of 21/22 per cent turnover tax on building and construction companies. The 1992 Study Group on Nigerian Tax System and Administration headed by Professor, Emmanuel Edozien, recommended; • • The establishment of FIRS as the operational arm of...
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  • Architecture
    politically and economically fragile Nigerian state, operating in a highly unstable, fragile and geo-politically polarized society shows limited capacity to deal with these challenges. By this default, the paper argues, the promise of inventing development-promoting revenue sharing formula is lost in...
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  • Small Scale Entreprise in Nigeria: Issues and Prospects
    (NEPC) and the Nigerian Investment Promotion Council (NIPC) underscore the government efforts in this direction. Conclusion The challenges and problems of the SSEs in Nigeria are hydra-headed and hence can only be effectively tackled by a multi-dimensional and concerted approach by all...
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  • Fiscal Federalism in Nigeria
    imbalance between assigned functions and tax powers. The issues concerning fiscal relations among the constituent units of the Nigerian federation that remain mostly unresolved are the divergence between assigned functions and tax powers, principle of horizontal and vertical revenue allocation, dependence...
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  • Payment
    to another with human hands. This work examines electronic payment in cashless economy of Nigeria: Problems and Prospect. The new policy by Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) on cashless system of payment has raised a lot of concern to the growth of Nigerian economy, with the objective of reducing...
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  • Local Government Tax Utilization and Mobilization in Nigeria: Problems and Prospects
    power and also share major tax bases with other tiers of governments. Part four highlights the problems and prospects of local governments, Revenue, Mobilization, Utilization and Corruption. INTRODUCTION/HISTORICAL BACKGROUND One of the recurrent problems of the three-tier system in Nigeria is...
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  • islamic banking
    , issues and views of Islamic banking and the financial system in Nigeria. The paper sought to assess the prospects and challenges of Islamic banking system in Nigeria, and to establish whether Islamic banking is workable in Nigeria. It was recommended that Islamic banking is practicable in Nigeria if...
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  • Nafdac
    than 5% to 20%.3 This stage of the evolution was a very positive stage for the country’s pharmaceutical industry. It engendered prospects for many Nigerian investors and improved the chances of expansion with consequent positive growth impact on the Nigerian economy. Phase IV (1983-1986...
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  • Research, Eassys, Articles, Jounals
    coups — six were successful and many others unsuccessful. The country became a democracy again in 1999. The Nigerian economy depends on crude oil exports. Political instability, corruption, and poor macroeconomic management are some of the major challenges facing the Nigerian state. Nigeria’s...
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  • Fiscal Federalism
    , Nigeria’s political system has continued to operate with minimum cohesion (Ola, 1995). Rivalry fundamentally instigated by ethnic mutual suspicion increasingly weakens the fabrics of Nigerian Sovereignty. This has culminated in the Nigerian Civil War. It has also dragged the nation-state into the...
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  • Pest Analyis of Nigeria
    having an annual turnover of about 1.5 billion or more are taxed 28% on their profits. Whereas the UK government levies 21% tax on the profits of small business with an annual turnover of about 300,000. The taxation system of the UK provides tax benefits on the expenditures incurred on production and on...
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  • Roles of Enterpreneurs
    companies, during their existing in the country contributed in many ways to the economic growth of the country by paying tax, again its operation or existence had affected the life of Nigerians, through direct and indirect employment. As we are going on we shall get what drove many industries away while...
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  • Nigerian Slaughterhouse
    challenges and prospects JA Nwanta1*, JI Onunkwo1, VE Ezenduka1, PO Phil-Eze2 and SC Egege3 Department of Veterinary Public Health and Preventive Medicine, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. Nigeria 2 Department of Geography, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Nigeria 3 Department of Veterinary Public Health and...
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  • Nigerian Economy: Macroeconomic Analysis
    the country. There are no improvements visible in the near vicinity. The Nigerian Labor market is marred with constraints and there appears little prospect in the near future of resolving many of the key constraints to improving the labor market in Nigeria. Most of the talented Nigerians prefer...
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  • SWOT Analysis of Nigerian Business Environment
    in 2010 after the global financial and economic meltdown underscored the resilience of the economy. There was also a bright medium-term prospect with GPD growth projected to be stable and strong with 6.9% in the year 2011 and 6.7% in the year 2012. Nigerian economy is facing serious challenges...
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  • Technology and Nigeria’s National Security: Challenges and Prospects
    Defence College (NDC), in its Block 4 package on Strategy, Statecraft and National Security, tasked Syndicate 6 to research on the topic, ‘Technology and Nigerian National Security: Challenges and Prospects’. The outcome of this research forms the basis of this paper. The purpose of this paper...
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