The FCT Internal Revenue Service (FCT-IRS) has given organisations with expatriates in their employ not later than May 31 to submit their details.
Mustapha Sumaila, head, corporate communications at the FCT-IRS, stated on Sunday in Abuja that the submission of the details was compulsory and should be taken seriously.
He added that the directive followed a resolution reached between the Economic Planning, Revenue Generation and Public Private Partnership and the FCT-IRS.
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“Companies and organisations with foreign nationals working in the FCT are requested to forward details of the expatriates to the FCT-IRS for proper documentation,’’ he stated.
Sumaila stressed that the resolution was in continuation of an on-going effort to harmonise and enhance internally-generated revenue in the FCT.