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Bauchi govt grants waiver to taxpayers

The Bauchi State Government has announced tax reliefs to taxpayers in the state.

This was revealed by the Executive Chairman, Bauchi State Board of Internal Revenue, Muazu Usman, in a press release issued to journalists on Sunday in Bauchi, the state capital.

According to Usman, the state governor, Senator Bala Mohammed, approved the tax waivers.

The revenue board chairman informed that the waivers granted include the extension of the deadline for submission of return of income Form A by taxable persons and filing of annual returns by employers in line with Personal Income Tax Act to 31st July 2020.

According to Usman, another relief is a waiver of penalty on late remittance of pay as you earn (PAYE) deductions on hotels, restaurants, road transport operators, private schools proprietors that were supposed to remit their dues from January to July this year.

He added that waivers were also granted on late payment of ground rent for 12 months effective from 1st January 2020, penalty on late payment of deed registration approved from January to December 2020.

“The implementation of the presumptive tax regime on all informal sector businesses; traders, artisans, market women and other small scale businesses scheduled to commence in June 2020 is now shifted to October 2020.

“The imposition of consumption tax on hotels, restaurants and allied services scheduled to commence in June 2020 is now shifted to October 2020,” the chairman stated.

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