Finance Minister Kemi Adeosun says the ministry has discovered a new set of 130,000 companies and people who underpaid on their taxes over the years.
Govt Detects 130,000 High Net Worth Persons, Firms in Tax Fraud
Guardian, 7 March 2018
The Federal Government's data mining strategy through the Federal Ministry of Finance has identified a new batch of over 130,000 high net worth individuals and companies that have… Read more »
Govt Identifies Individuals, Firms Likely Culpable in Tax Underpayment
Premium Times, 6 March 2018
The data mining efforts of the federal government through the Federal Ministry of Finance has identified a new batch of over 130,000 high net worth individuals and companies that… Read more »
We Have Data On Nigerians With Hidden Assets - Adeosun
Vanguard, 7 March 2018
The Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, yesterday, declared that the Voluntary Assets and Income Declaration Scheme (VAIDS) has given the Federal Government access to data of… Read more »
Tax Evasion - Govt Targets Property Owners in Abuja, Lagos
This Day, 6 March 2018
Armed with vital documents on property owners across the country, the federal government appears set to swoop on tax evaders with property in exclusive areas of the country,… Read more »
Govt Uncovers 130,000 High Profile Tax Defaulters
Leadership, 7 March 2018
The federal government hinted yesterday that it has identified a new batch of over 130,000 high net worth individuals and companies with potential tax underpayments. Read more »
Govt Probes Property Owners in Banana Island, Lekki, Asokoro
Leadership, 6 March 2018
The Federal Government on Monday extended its probe of suspected tax evaders with properties in highbrow areas of Lagos and Abuja. Read more »
The Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, has said that the government will expose, disgrace and prosecute tax evaders that fail to use the Voluntary Assets and Income Declaration ... Read more »
The Minister of Finance Kemi Adeosun has called on the global community to classify tax malpractices by multinational corporations operating in Nigeria and other developing ... Read more »
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