See Why FIRS Gives Waiver on Outstanding Tax Liabilities

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Relief has come the way of taxpayers and businesses as the Federal Inland Revenue Service, FIRS, has granted them full waiver on accumulated penalties and interests for outstanding tax liabilities.

 

This was contained in a statement signed by the Chairman of the revenue service, Zacch Adedeji, made available to newsmen through his Special Adviser on Media, Dare Adekanmbi.

 

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The agency however fixed penalties and interests for failure by companies to fulfil their tax obligation on due date as stipulated in extant tax laws.

 

Adedeji said the forgiveness on piled up penalties and interests was “in recognition of the challenges that many taxpayers have faced in settling their outstanding tax liabilities.”

 

According to him, the concession also syncs with the commitment of President Bola Tinubu to support businesses to flourish.

 

He explained that full payment of outstanding original tax liabilities without interest on or before the 31st of December this year must be done by companies wishing to benefit from the peculiar concession.

 

Hear him, “Taxpayers are advised that the waiver of interest is subject to the full settlement of outstanding principal on or before the 31 December, 2023.

 

“Please note that the full penalty and interest shall be reinstated after the expiration of this one-off concession window where the outstanding undisputed liability remains fully or partially unpaid.

“FIRS appreciates all taxpayers who have been diligent in complying with their tax obligations as and when due, while seeking their continued support and cooperation for a more responsive and robust tax system,” Adedeji said.

 

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