Yes. SBIR collects Income Tax from the following set of Tax Payers:
(a.) Individuals in their various States of Residence,
(b.) Body of Individuals such as Communities/Families that run a business;
(c.) Business names and Partnerships;
(d.) Executors of estates of deceased persons and trustees of trusts.
Tax payment evidences are;
(a) You can obtain an Electronic Tax Clearance Certificate issued by OGIRS
(b) Receipt of payment issued by OGIRS
(a) Request by application Tax Clearance Certificate the Assessment Authority covering your area with receipts of your payments for three years prior to the request year.
(b) The Assessment Authority will peruse the document and ask questions where necessary.
(c) If the Assessment Authority is satisfied he/she will request for Tax Clearance Certificate to be issued in your favour.
(d) You will collect that Tax Clearance Certificate from the Assessment Authority who will inform you as soon as it is ready for collection.
(a) Collect a letter of from your employer stating your incomes for each of three years preceding the year of application and Tax remitted on the incomes.
(b) Submit a written application for Tax Clearance Certificate to the Assessment Authority covering the location of your employer.
(c) The Assessment Authority will confirm the payments and evaluate the adequacy of the deductions in relation to the income declared.
(d) If satisfied, the Assessment Authority will request for a Tax Clearance Certificate to be issued in your favour.
(e.) You will be informed when the Tax Clearance Certificate is ready for collection.
(a). You must pay # 2,500.00 to OGIRS dedicated account at the Bank branch nearest to you.
(b.) Apply for a re-issuance of the lost e-TCC to the OGIRS enclosing sworn affidavit and police report.
There is no need to pay any amount of money as processing fee before obtaining your Electronic Tax Clearance Certificate. It is free.
Personal Income Tax is tax imposed on gain or profit from any trade, business, profession or vocation; or any salary, wage, fee, allowance or other gain or profit from employment of individuals.
Personal Income Tax (Amendment ) Act 2011.
Personal Income Tax is paid by individuals who are either employed or running their own businesses under a business name or partnership and communities, families and any trustee or executor under any settlement, trust or estate deemed to be resident in the State at a particular year.