CITN Introduces The Use of Personalised Stamps for Filing of Tax Returns and Correspondences

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Wednesday, September 23, 2020 / 07:06 PM / by CITN / Header Image Credit: Ecographics

 

CITN wishes to inform all its members that the Institute has commenced plans to implement personalized stamps for all Tax Practitioners.

 

This is a concerted move by the leadership of the Institute  to carve a unique identity for tax practitioners in filing returns and correspondences.

 

The step would resonate with the responsibility bestowed on the Institute by Act No. 76 of 1992 (now CITN Act, CAP C10, Vol. 2, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004) in determining  among others what standards of knowledge and skills are to be attained by Tax Practitioners and Administrators.

 

In view of this, the use of personalized stamps for filing of tax returns with tax authorities and authentication of correspondences between Tax Practitioners and their clients become mandatory come March 1, 2021.

 

All Tax Practitioners are therefore required to update their subscription payments and profiles with the Institute not later than January 31, 2021.

 

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