An Assessment of the Contribution of Value Added Tax (Vat) To Economic Growth in Nigeria
The objective of this paper is to critically asses the contribution of value added tax (VAT) to the economic growth in Nigeria using content analysis on value added tax and economic growth the study recommend among others the need for tax reform in the administration of vat in Nigeria in order to impact on the growth and the development of Nigerian economy.
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