Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship
Lagos, LA, NG

A lost of companies owners are facing different tax challenges,because of their failure of not knowing how best to keep  their financial records.This some times allow the tax official to tax undue advantage of them,by exposing them to different financial lost.They can only be free on less they are thought on how best to go about it.

March 29, 2018

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ADELEKE ADEDEJI started this solution
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Adrian Wright
Adrian Wright

Nigeria is ahead of much of the world in terms of digital payment.
We need to look at solutions demonstrated - particularly by Estonia - for making digital payments and automatic tax collection possible.

Adrian Wright
Anthony Okotcha

Nigeria is ahead of much of the world in terms of digital payment.
We need to look at solutions demonstrated - particularly by Estonia - for making digital payments and automatic tax collection possible.

Williams Lyons
Williams Lyons

when you talking about the well being of economy in any nation, it is the moved by the small business. The employment of the nation depends on them. The small businesses create jobs to the grass root unemployments.

Philip Ogochukwu Oba
Philip Ogochukwu Oba

If the youth are really equip through entrepreneurship and becoming self reliance through acquisition of skills then almost 60% of youth and women problem are solved in Nigeria.

James Amaechi
James Amaechi

It's the most vital component to rebuilding/sustaining a nation.

LAWRENCE EHILEGBU
LAWRENCE EHILEGBU

I believe in the mental capacity and emotional intelligence of prof Kingsley M. Nigeria needs a president with an outstanding exposure, global economic perspective and foreign affairs management and what Nigeria needs to grow economically with impacts on citizens.

Samson Saint
Samson Saint

In order to make the youth useful to themselves and Nigeria, they have to be engaged through support for their innovations. I am glad Prof spoke in favour of support to innovations in his recent chat with the the Punch Newspaper. There are local solutions to power, food security, water, national security, education, epidemics, name them. All the youth need is support to improve and scale up.
We on the platform of Youth Innovators and Entrepreneurs Empowerment Initiative are much committed to promoting innovators and their innovations and have come to realise that what our government and politicians have been seeking abroad in Sokoto is actually in our Shokoto.
This promises to reduce brain drain, crimes, unemployment and forex deficit, etc

Anthony Okotcha
Anthony Okotcha

I'm signing because I want to see the Building of the SMB sector in Nigeria. Dear TBN (to build a nation), I know that government has been trying to assist small businesses with many programmes but at times, I wonder if it is really working where it matters most - transactions; selling something. I wrote the following to my local Member of Parliament in 2014, which I think should apply to us in "To Build a Nation" Campaign: "... Is the equal treatment of large and small enterprises worsening the unemployment problems in the UK? According to “The Small businesses and the UK economy” (Library, House of Commons, December 2012): in 2012, there were 4.8 Million businesses in the UK; over 99% of these businesses were small or medium sized businesses (SMBs), employing less than 250 people; and 4.6 Million or 96% of all businesses were micro-businesses – employing 0-9 people. Wow! In the UK all companies are treated as equals, e.g. as in the Contract Finder, the Government Procurement Service (G-Cloud), etc. Is it not time to consider “Small business set-asides”; it looks to me that these could be a powerful tool for helping small firms to win government prime contracts. In 2013 total expenditures by UK government was £720 billion ($1.1 trillion) or 45% previous year’s (2012) GDP. Deliberate “set asides” could ensure that SMBs thrive and continue to create employment. In the U.S., “fundamentally, government purchases that have an anticipated $ value between $3,000 and $150,000 are automatically reserved or “set-aside” for small businesses." Given the size of the UK government spending, should small businesses here not receive the same treatment?..." So, I am recommending that Nigeria's SMEIS be well equipped to enable them to engage Small Medium Businesses (SMB) with fulfilment of public sector procurement - infrastructure, healthcare, education, power stations, and supporting companies that manufacturers input products for these industries. Government should not be in business. And SMBs should be given opportunity to earn revenue by carrying out work at federal, state and local governments with full accountability. This is addition to setting up tax incentives for manufacturing and supplying the commercial sector.Thank you very much. Anthony Okotcha BA MBA MSc CIA

OLORUNTOBA Agunsoye
OLORUNTOBA Agunsoye

Empowering the youth means you're employing full and capable hands which in turn yields greater output and improves the economy and better every lives

Chisomaga Anyanwu
Chisomaga Anyanwu

It's the key that will unlock the enormous potentials of the people found in the colonial space called Nigeria today.

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