Notices

KW-IRS EXTENDS THE DEADLINE OF THE FILING OF ANNUAL RETURNS.

The Spread of COVID 19 is becoming a thing of great concern to everyone across the world and Nigeria in particular. As a result of this, the Kwara State Internal Revenue Service wishes to inform our taxpayers (self-employed individuals, ventures and enterprises) of the extension of the deadline for filing annual tax returns till the 31st of May, 2020.

This move is to avoid the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic and to also ensure that all residents of Kwara remain safe and healthy.

However, all taxpayers can conveniently file their annual returns on our website using this link www.kw-irs.com/annualreturns.

All self-employed individuals, ventures and enterprises in the State should note that failure to file the returns by the close of business on the 31st of May, 2020 is a contravention of the Personal Income Tax Act under reference and shall be liable to a penalty of N500,000 in the case of a corporate body and N50,000 in the case of an individual.

The safety of all of us as humans is very paramount. Let us all keep doing our best to ensure we remain safe and avoid contracting or spreading the virus.

For further inquiries please call 0700MYKWIRS (07006859477) or send an email to info@kw-irs.com.

Notice of Demand for Employers’ Annual Returns for 2020

Pursuant to Section 81 (2) of Personal Income Tax Act (as amended) KW-IRS requires all employers of labour within Kwara State to file the Annual Returns for 2020 not later than 31st January 2021. The process is as follows:

  1. Visit www.kw-irs.com/annualreturns to download the Annual Return forms and file online.
  2. Copies of the completed forms could also be forwarded to helpdesk@kw-irs.com and or submitted at the KW-IRS Corporate Head Office, 27, Ahmadu Bello Way, GRA, Ilorin or any of our offices across the State on or before 31st January, 2021.
  3. The returns are to include the following documents:
    1. PAYE Annual Returns (Form D)
    2. Withholding Tax Annual Returns (Form E)
    3. Remittance Summary (Form F)
    4. Nominal roll of the organization (Form A1)
    5. Photocopies/scans of automated revenue receipts on PAYE, WHT and Development Levies
    6. Expatriate quota (if applicable)
    7. Immigration returns of expatriate(s) (if applicable)

All employers of labour in the State should note that failure to file the returns by the close of business on 31st January, 2021 is a contravention of the provision of the S.81(3) of the Personal Income Tax Act under reference and shall be liable to a penalty of N500,000 in the case of a corporate body and N50,000 in the case of an individual.

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