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Category: ACC201

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ACC201

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A person entitled to the income or part of income of a deceased could be called the following except __________

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An incorporated company is expected to register with the FBIR within ____________ months after incorporation.

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A form of tax assessable directly on the tax payers who is required to pay tax on his property income etc is called _______

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_______ One of these is not among the cannons of taxation

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The acronym WREN stands for _________, ________. __________, ________

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_________ is used as an instrument of economic regulation for purpose of discouraging or encouraging certain forms of social behaviour

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Income tax liability is _______ percent on total profits .

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Shops, Kiosks rates, tenant rates etc are levies collected by ________

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My interest earned by banks on loans granted for ______ purposes is exempted from tax

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__________ is a method of collecting tax from subsistent farmers, roadside mechanics, vulcanizers etc

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A person entitled to the income of a deceased could be called _________

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_________ ratio is used in ascertaining the amount of capital allowance to be allowed .

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The normal basis period does not apply in _________ because there will be no profit of preceeding accounting period from which the assessment is derived.

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Which of these is not an information normally demanded from the employer before registering the company as an operator of PAYE scheme.

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The process of ascertaining the profits of a company for a given period stars by the preparation of ________ in accordance with GAAP and the provisions of CAMA 1990 as amended

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_________ is defined as a scheme whereby tax on employee's income is deducted at source by the employer.

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Capital Allowance for construction companies are ________ according to the degree of work done

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Banks in Nigeria are encouraged to grant agricultural loans to farmers at _________ interest rates.

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Double taxation relief is an international treaty set up by the ___________ for the avoidance of double taxation.

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__________ is the difference between taxable profits and the expected normal profit.

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The normal basis period does not apply in _________ because there will be no profit .

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A form of tax where the tax payable decreases as the tax payers income increase is known as _________

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A tax is productive, when it brings ___________ to the government

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A system of that assess tax payer's on a fixed percentage is known as _________

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Taxation started in 1904 and was introduced by ________

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Taxation in Nigeria was introduced in ___________ year .

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Fixed assets qualify for the grant of ________ because they are categorized as capital expenditure .

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__________ tax replaced sales tax. It is imposed on the supply of goods and services by business

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Who is Saddled with the responsibility of preparation of accounts of a settlement or trust?

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Which tax laws imposes tax on gains arising from disposal of chargeable assets listed in the Act? _______

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In the disposal of a property to a connected person, section 23 and 24 will apply. All of these are said to be connected person but _______________

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The methods of obtaining loss relief are current year and _________ loss relief systems .

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The property of a deceased person or the aggregate of the things possessed by a person such as money,goods and property of any kind is known as _______

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When a person dies and leaves no valid will or leaves a will but has not disposed off his property by the will, is called __________

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The general notion by some individuals is that those who earn income of #30,000 and below are tax exempted is incorrect

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_______ can be defined as the surplus by which the receipts from the trade or business exceed the expenditure necessary for the purpose of earning those receipts

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______ is a business organisation where two or more persons pool their resources together with a view to making profit.

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Taxable profit is arrived at after the treatment of the following except ________

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Value added tax, stamp duties, exercise duties, etc are examples of _______

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Assessment of tax based on cessation rules applies where a partner does any of the following except __________

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_______ is a person appointed by the court to administer the entire possession of an intestate or an intestator where an executor has not been appointed

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__________ is a person receiving an annuity that may be charged on the income of an estate .

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________ is a system of raising money for the purposes of governance from individual persons or corporate bodies

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Certificate for tax clearance is required for the following reasons except ______

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In determining the tax liabilities of partners, the use of _________ are employed

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_______ is issued by the Tax authority to any tax payer who had fully paid the assessed tax in the last consecitive years immediately proceeding the current year of assessment

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The type of an organisation's profit that is associated with using the preceeding year basis is called ________________

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For a sole trader to be assessed to tax, he must have in business for _________ years .

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________ is defined as a scheme whereby tax on __________ employees'income is deducted at source by the employer and remitted to the relevant tax authority within 14 days after the end of the month.

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The income of a partner in a partnership is gotten by computing the below except ______

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