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The Delta State Internal Revenue Service (DSIRS) has unveiled the radio and television taxes to enhance the Internally generated revenue of the state.
The Executive Chairman, Delta State Internal Revenue Service Sir Monday John Onyeme disclosed this today Thursday during an enlarged meeting with Head of Stations, Units Heads, IT Consultants, Messrs Treasury and Financial Support Service Ltd as well as Richfield Technologies Limited.
According to him, the Revenue Service is exploiting the window provided by the Instrumentality of the Joint State Revenue Service Committee (JSRC) enshrined in section 92 and 93 of the Personal Income Tax Act as Amended, 2011 and Section 21 and 22 of the Delta State Internal Revenue Service Law, 2020.
While stating that the revenue service is relying on section 22(e) of the Delta State Internal Revenue Service Law, 2020 he revealed that the radio and television rates in the state is at the approved rate of One Thousand Two Hundred Naira per annum which he said will be built into the Motor Licensing Administration managed by Richfield Technologies Limited so that it will be collected at the point of vehicle licence renewal.
He maintained that the radio and television taxes rates also covers the radio and television sets in private homes and businesses across the state, he urged all heads of stations, units head to embrace this new drives of revenue generation and also sensitize the general public in their different areas.
He further noted that the Delta State Internal Revenue Service remains committed in generating revenue for the State in other for the government to have resources to provide the basic amenities for the good and betterment of the people