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|Title:||IMPROVING NON OIL TAX REVENUE FOR SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA|
|Citation:||Tunde Flowler (2015) IMPROVING NON OIL TAX REVENUE FOR SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA|
|Abstract:||Over the years, oil revenue (Petroleum Profits Tax) has been a major contributor to tax collection by the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS). Given the unstable nature of oil revenues globally, FIRS has in the last decade noted the need to diversify sources of tax collection in favour of non-oil taxes. Consequently, several initiatives have been put in place to actualize this policy.|
|Appears in Collections:||IGR 2015 NATIONAL PEER LEARNING EVENTS: PRESENTATION ON INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL EXPERIENCE|
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