Taxation of Expatriates and Foreign Companies in Nigeria
The increasing waves of globalization, the endless search for greener pastures and the quest for foreign investments, among other factors, have contributed to the mobility of labour across international borders. The enormous business and investment opportunities in Nigeria and the relatively liberal legal framework for free movement of goods and persons have attracted a large number of expatriates including foreign companies to Nigeria. Expatriates and foreign companies are taxable in Nigeria though various incentives and reliefs (including exemptions) abound for them under our tax laws to promote foreign investments. It is important that every company (foreign or Nigerian) having expatriates in its employment understands the fundamentals and dynamics of taxation of expatriates and foreign companies in Nigeria including the available reliefs and exemptions
It is against this background that this seminar is conceived. Our approach shall be interactive and case studies based.
- -Legal Framework
- -Modification of the Residency Rule
- -Taxable Benefits
- -Taxation of Expatriates and the regime of Double Taxation Treaties (DTT)
- -Expatriate Policy Design and restructuring as a tool for tax planning
- -Other Tax Planning Options and Strategies
- -Statutory Deductions and Tax Exemptions
- -Payroll Planning
- -Case studies
FEES:The fee covers only lectures, course materials, Group lunch, tea, and coffee.
NOTE:Our courses are also available on in-plant basis.
For enquiries and registration, please contact:
(Research, Training & Consultancy)
2A Alade close, off Adeniran Ogunsanya street. P.O.Box 2214, Surulere , Lagos.
Tel: 01-2911955, 08066192650