EVALUATION OF TAXATION AS A SOURCE OF GOVERNMENT REVENUE (A CASE STUDY OF THE STATE BOARD OF INTERNAL REVENUE)

ABSTRACT
The Nigeria tax system had its share in terms of being adequately  mobilized for an increased revenue and fiscal actions. The State tax revenue is no exemption or Exception to the fact that the revenue generating ability is grossly  inadequate to meet up its government functions.
Taxation which is seen as compulsory payment made by the citizens of an entity (country) to the government is mis-constructed in terms, of what the government tax Agencies actually realizes from it.
The term “Taxation” as a source of Government revenue  with special reference on the states tax revenue sources, is seen in this study as a lopsided mobilization effort in some states, used as a case study. The research carried out, using the ratio analysis and the difference equation evidently pointed out the fact that some states likes  Lagos, Anambra etc. is able to mobilized. A sizeable pool of revenue with recourse  to depending on the federal government.
Thus, it is suffix to say here that while some states are reaping a large share of revenue from tax some others are not able to able to meet up the challenges of tax collection either due to poor tax administration, lack of proper orientation to the indigenes on tax payments or inadequate commercial and industrial  development in the states affected.
This study is enhanced because of the need to reappraise the tax system of each state, enlighten the  supposed tax payers, give concessions. When aftermath of taxation the proceed of the aftermath of taxation into feasible developmental use and Re-Organise the tax Administration system of the states, to foster  a move efficient and effective tax mobilization efforts of states.                     
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TITLE PAGEi
APPROVAL PAGEii
DEDICATIONiii
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTiv
ABSTRACTv
TABLE OF CONTENTSvi

CHAPTER ONE
1.0Introduction 9
1.1Objectives of the study11
1.2Significance of study12
1.3Scope and limitation of study12
1.4Terminologies in study13

CHAPTER TWO
2.0Background of the study15
2.1Principles of taxation in Nigeria20
2.2Theory of tax structure development in Nigeria23
2.3Administration of tax structure25
2.4Functions of a good tax system and Administration in Nigeria27
2.5Divisions of taxing power to state under the Nigeria constitutions30
2.6Analysis into the State Government tax revenues33
2.7Rights of the State tax boards and the tax payers 34
2.8Economic effect of State Government’s tax and it’s 
implication on the  government.35

CHAPTER THREE
3.0Summary of finding, Conclusion and Recommendation 37
3.1Summary of findings37
3.2Conclusion40
3.3Recommendation42
Bibliography  45
 

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Ugwu, A. (2018). EVALUATION OF TAXATION AS A SOURCE OF GOVERNMENT REVENUE (A CASE STUDY OF THE STATE BOARD OF INTERNAL REVENUE). Afribary. Retrieved from https://afribary.com/works/evaluation-of-taxation-as-a-source-of-government-revenue-a-case-study-of-the-state-board-of-internal-revenue-448

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Ugwu, Anderson "EVALUATION OF TAXATION AS A SOURCE OF GOVERNMENT REVENUE (A CASE STUDY OF THE STATE BOARD OF INTERNAL REVENUE)" Afribary. Afribary, 29 Jan. 2018, https://afribary.com/works/evaluation-of-taxation-as-a-source-of-government-revenue-a-case-study-of-the-state-board-of-internal-revenue-448. Accessed 29 May. 2024.

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Ugwu, Anderson . "EVALUATION OF TAXATION AS A SOURCE OF GOVERNMENT REVENUE (A CASE STUDY OF THE STATE BOARD OF INTERNAL REVENUE)". Afribary, Afribary, 29 Jan. 2018. Web. 29 May. 2024. < https://afribary.com/works/evaluation-of-taxation-as-a-source-of-government-revenue-a-case-study-of-the-state-board-of-internal-revenue-448 >.

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Ugwu, Anderson . "EVALUATION OF TAXATION AS A SOURCE OF GOVERNMENT REVENUE (A CASE STUDY OF THE STATE BOARD OF INTERNAL REVENUE)" Afribary (2018). Accessed May 29, 2024. https://afribary.com/works/evaluation-of-taxation-as-a-source-of-government-revenue-a-case-study-of-the-state-board-of-internal-revenue-448