Smart Government

Smart Government paints the images of the preferred future for Nigeria, and how to navigate from the present quandary. The preferred future for Nigeria is a secured and a prosperous nation, that is corruption free, with high economic freedom, high social freedom and high human development index – a nation that entrenches and extol moral values for her citizens and leaders, offering equal opportunity for all to prosper. The preferred future for Nigeria behoves anticipatory leadership – leaders with foresight capabilities and could engage systems thinking.

Leadership and Prosperity of Nations

Leadership and Prosperity of Nations establishes that leadership makes the difference between prosperous and poor nations. The book espouses the leadership model “Leverage Points for Prosperity of Nations”, advanced by Dr. Kriz David, which spotlights the critical leverage points to spur economic growth and prosperity of a nation. The model is a veritable tool for economic, social and political intervention that can be deployed:

  • To unlock the sources of prosperity for developing countries
  • To sustain the prosperity of economically advanced countries
  • To shape leadership, governance and political frameworks of nations
  • For economic and social interventions that guarantees lasting solutions without reprisal consequences
  • For public policy formulation, evaluation alignment
  • For executing economic transformation strategies – industrial development, infrastructural development and revenue generation strategies for national, regional, state/province, and local/municipal governments
Tax Strategy

Tax Strategy is a revolutionary piece of work on how to craft fiscal and monetary policies to spur economic growth and prosperity in any nation. The book provides the path for policy makers to navigate to attain economic freedom using taxation as the tool and practical guide for maximizing returns on investment by deploying tax strategies.

The book offers novel ideas on how to design and implement tax policies and administer efficient tax system to achieve nation’s economic growth and prosperity goals.

IFRS and Tax

IFRS and Tax is an exposition of key International Financial Reporting Standards that are applicable to companies in various industries. The book spotlights the implications of adopting IFRS, the impact on business operations, corporate and financial reporting, accounting for taxes and tax filing in Nigeria.

The objective is to expose the tax issues that will arise based on the current tax legislations in Nigeria to Professionals, Business Owners, Tax Authority and Policy Makers and the need for urgent amendment or alignment of the tax laws with IFRS.

Giving that the focus is on taxation, the book succinctly discussed the accounting standards and the tax implications based on the current tax legislations in Nigeria ranging from First Time Adoption, Performance Reporting and Position Reporting. Therein, are practical scenarios evaluating the effects of business transactions in financial statement and the tax implications in Nigeria.

The Tax Manual

The Tax Manual covers all principles and practice of taxation in Nigeria. It is the ideal manual for students studying taxation for degree courses or writing professional examinations in Nigeria. Lecturers and Tax Practitioners will find the book most valuable. The book is current and straight to point, devoid of historical facts about previous tax provisions and legislations.

The cases at the end of each chapter capture the applications of the principles. Some of the cases are quite lengthy, not particularly the style of examiners, the objectives is to expose users to both principles and dynamics of the practice of taxation.

IFRS Conversion Manual

IFRS Conversion Manual is a novel work aimed to bridge the knowledge gap and skills required for seamless transition from the Nigeria GAAP to IFRS and IPSAS. IFRS Conversion Manual features:

Comparative Analysis of Nigerian GAAP, full IFRS & IFRS for SMEs

Preparation IFRS Transition Reports

  • Illustration of GAP Analysis
  • Illustration of IFRS Impact Assessment
  • Illustration of IFRS Accounting Policies Options

Preparation of First IFRS Financial Statements

  • Illustration of IFRS Transition Adjustments
  • Illustration of IFRS opening Statement of Financial Position
  • Illustration of Reconciliation from NGAAP to IFRS Balances

Public Sector Financial Reporting

  • Transition to Cash-Basis and Accrual-Basis IPSAS