FIRS Issues Final Demand Notice To Companies Whose Bank Accounts Are Under Lien

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Monday, August 19, 2019, 02:50PM /FIRS

 

This is to notify all Companies, which had their Bank Accounts placed under Lien by the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) pursuant to Section 31 of the FIRSE Act, but are yet to regularise their tax status with the FIRS, that if they fail, refuse or neglect to pay the tax due within 30 days of this Notice, the FIRS shall in accordance with Section 49 (2) (a- d) of the FIRSE Act proceed and enforce the payment of the said tax against all the Directors, Managers, Secretaries and every other person concerned in the management of the Companies and recover the said tax from such persons without further Notice.

For the avoidance of doubt, the above Section authorises the FIRS to proceed against and punish every officer, Manager, Director, Secretary or any person concerned with the management of the Company in like manner as if he/she had committed the offence.

For a full list of the Companies concerned, kindly click here 

For further enquiries please contact:

Office of Executive Chairman

Revenue House, Room 217

20, Sokode Crescent, Wuse Zone 5. Abuja

Contact Details: Email: taxpay@firs.gov.ng Tel: 09070328190


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