NPower Tax: The N-Power tax seeks to encourage non-compliant and partially compliant taxpayers to voluntarily declare their correct income. If you apply for the N-Power Nigeria tax program, you’ll be assisting the government to persuade taxpayers to pay the appropriate tax.
The N-Power recruitment for this program will take a minimum of 3,700 graduate volunteers. These volunteers will be selected to work as Community Tax Liaison Officers in their states of residence together with the state’s tax authorities.
As an N-Power community tax liaison officer, however, you’ll be responsible for answering online inquiries, and customer management, amongst others. Meanwhile, to qualify for the position, you’ll have to be unemployed graduates or non-graduates with either a Bachelor’s degree or a Higher National Diploma.
Also, this degree should preferably be from Economics, Law, Finance, Psychology, and other allied disciplines in the social sciences. You should as well have completed the NYSC program if you’re a graduate and be within the age range of 18 to 35.
Additionally, it is essential to have good knowledge of Microsoft office tools, and good written and spoken English to fit for this program. You will gain a greater advantage if you’re knowledgeable about tax laws and administration in Nigeria.
The program lasts for two (2) years, however, volunteers can go on to become Tax Assessor/ Collector, Financial Analyst, and Tax Auditor. They may also choose to become a Legal and Compliance Manager, or an Accountant in the long run.