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Author: Eniola Akinoso

Akinoso Eniola is a Tax and Litigation Enthusiast, a Fellow of the Obama Young African Leaders Initiative and the National Matching and International Relations Coordinator for AIESEC in Mauritius. She writes stories and articles to contribute to her AIESEC-cultured love for the SDG's and to bring pertinent issues in Nigeria to light. The Tax Series by Eniola is her latest initiative to stimulate interest in Taxation.
TAX SERIES BY ENIOLA AKINOSO – SEASON 3

TAX SERIES BY ENIOLA AKINOSO – SEASON 3

TAX SERIES BY ENIOLA – SEASON 3 VOLUNTARY ASSET AND INCOME DECLARATION SCHEME (VAIDS) Episode 1 – Redemption When a Convict on the death row is granted pardon or when an Amputee is given new limbs and can walk again, the only thing that can follow, is overwhelming bliss, a feeling of redemption, a new beginning. That is what VAIDS brings to the table – Redemption, from our Tax iniquities and a new Beginning of Tax compliance. VAIDS is a…

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TAX SERIES BY ENIOLA AKINOSO -SEASON 2

TAX SERIES BY ENIOLA AKINOSO -SEASON 2

  TAX SERIES BY ENIOLA- SEASON 2 TAX EVASION AND AVOIDANCE   Episode 1 Effects of Tax Evasion and Avoidance “If the Lord loveth a cheerful giver, how he must hate the taxpayer!” – John Andrew Holmes. Everyone likes “awuf”.. Announce any treat to a group of people and the first, second, third and fourth questions will undoubtedly be: “Is it free???” The average human is wary of parting with any form of money. Everyone is ‘managing themselves’. The imposition…

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TAX SERIES BY ENIOLA – SEASON I

TAX SERIES BY ENIOLA – SEASON I

TAX SERIES BY ENIOLA – SEASON 1   Episode 1- Canons of Taxation “You can have a Lord and you can have a King, but the man to fear is the Tax Collector.” Many of us today still share this sentiment of the Iraqi from almost 4 millennia ago that Tax is a necessary evil. Tax however, has a human face and is founded on important principles. Adam Smith in his work ‘Wealth of Nations’, propounded the Principles/Canons of an…

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