Tax Policy and Tax Administration

14 October to 25 October
11 November to 22 November
2 December to 13 December

The fundamental functioning and operation of an economy is closely linked to the tax policies and administration procedures in place. Tax policies have continuously varied from one country to the other but still remain guided by the same principles. In modern taxation systems, governments levy taxes in money; but in-kind and taxation are characteristic of traditional or pre-capitalist states and their functional equivalents. The method of taxation and the government expenditure of taxes raised are often highly debated in politics and economics. ATI has therefore seen the need to come up with a comprehensive course aligned thereto. The training will be handled through discussions, interactive learning and analysis of various case studies

Target Audience: 

Tax planners, tax practitioners, economists, statisticians, policy formulation personnel among other well wishers

Course Outcomes: 
  • Upon completion, our participants will have developed their knowledge on the following:
  • Overall context of the taxation system across the world
  • Different considerations adhered to in tax policy formulation
  • Detailed analysis of comparative tax policy and administration
  • Role of citizens in tax administration
  • Friendly tax structures that can improve the economy
  • Improving citizens welfare through a tax system