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Taxation Overview

Tax System: Learn about different types, classes and theories of tax
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Created by g-Log Consult
Last updated 7/2017
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Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 3 Articles
  • 2 Supplemental Resources
  • 1 Practice Test
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Assignments
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Know the different classes of Taxes, Principles of an ideal Tax system, Importance of Taxation, Types of tax laws
  • Differentiate between Pay theory and Benefit theory,
  • Examinate the various tax canons, Direct and Indirect taxation
  • Understand the concept of Nigerian tax system, concept of tax, relationship between the tax policy, laws and administration
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Requirements
  • No prerequisites
Description

A twin course by Sylvester Oshode . 

In the first course you will learn  about Tax Concept which will equally give us an overview of the Tax system. We equally will draw similarities from other countries' tax system among others. At the end of the first course, the student should understand the following among others:

  • The different classes of Taxes
  • Principles of an ideal Tax system
    • Examination of the various tax canons
    • Direct and Indirect taxation
  • Ability to differentiate between Pay theory and Benefit theory
  • Importance of Taxation among other objectives

while in the second course, Tax systems, Case study: Nigeria, you find out that the tax laws or legal instruments which tax administration rely upon are the basis of authority to implement tax policies of a country? You will also learn about the complete tax system In Nigeria including; 

  • Concept of Nigerian Tax system
    • What is the concept of tax about, what is the relationship between tax policy, laws and administration? 
  • Concept of Tax policy
    • the difference between a policy and a tax policy
  • Concept of Tax Laws
    • What are tax laws and the various tax laws, pre-2002 and post-2002, laws like the company Income tax, VAT Act or sales tax, Petroleum Tax, Education, etc. Learn about their functions, challenges, usefulness and much more
  • Concept of Tax administration
    • Who administers tax, how are the various  managers constituted, what are their key functions.

Instructor

Sylvester Oshode is a chartered accountant and tax administrator with many years of professional work experience. He is currently a Manager (Compliance audit) at the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) as Team Head, Audit Review Committee. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and Fraud Detection and Masters in Business Administration. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) and an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (CITN).

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone who has a role to play in Taxation; tax administrators, auditors, accountants, lawyers, the general public
  • Investigators who need to understand the concept of taxation
  • Students with no prior or little knowledge.
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Taxation Overview
3 Lectures 19:52

Watch the Preview of the main course here.

Preview 05:13

This module will be looking closely at Taxation in general which will equally give us an overview of the Tax system. We equally will draw similarities from other countries' tax system, and differentiate between different tax theories,  also examine the various tax canons, among others.

Taxation
14:02

CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWER(S) TO EACH OF THE FOLLOWING MULTI-CHOICE QUESTIONS

Taxation Quiz
5 questions
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Nigerian Tax System
5 Lectures 35:13

Tax Policy
08:02

Quiz - Tax Policy
1 question

Students in this part will get to know 

  • The various tax laws
  • Be able to explain what each law represents
  • Why we need these laws


Tax Laws
04:45

This exercise will help students articulate their learning thoughts.
Discussion
1 question

This is the concluding part of the tax laws lecture

Tax Laws II
17:00

A brief revision of some of the tax laws before the start of Tax Administration course. Learn about those responsible for administering taxation.

Tax Administration
04:54
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Quiz
1 Lecture 00:12

This section is meant to test your understanding of both courses covered. There are multiple choice questions and selections, ensure you read the questions carefully before picking your answer(s).

General Tax Knowledge
10 questions

Bonus- Instructor's Transcript 1 and 2
00:12
About the Instructor
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