This study examines Tax Incentive as a tool for economic growth in Nigeria. A case study of Federal Inland Revenue Service. The study discuss the life cycle of taxation in Nigeria. It covers all the types of tax incentive adopted by government to motivate tax payer respond favourably to their obligation.
The work is carried out with the aid of questionnaire, direct observation, interview and review of relevant texts on study. On hundred and thirty (130) questionnaires were administered and one hundred (100) respondent returned their completed questionnaires. This gave a response rate of 95%
It is revealed through the data collected and observation that tax incentives do create purchasing power, saving, investment opportunities, increase profitability of a company and protect our local industries.
However, there is no enough enlighten campaign on tax incentive and it does not increase collection of taxes.
More so, Government should constitute a body to monitor tax incentive in the country
Finally, the study makes some recommendation that government should provide enough enlighten campaign, security to foreign investors, eradicate corruption in the country.
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