The Ogun State Internal Revenue Service is a State Revenue Agency that derives its existence from the Personal Income Tax Act Law of the Federation 2004, which stipulates the establishment of the THE BOARD OF INTERNAL REVENUE by all the States of the Federation.
The Ogun State Edict of 1996 established the Board to carry out the functions of assessing, collecting and accounting for taxes, levies and fees with the additional responsibility of tax policy formation for the state.
In April 2004, The Governor of the State gave the Board the authority to implement the said Edict of 1996, in its entirety. That mandate led to the restructuring of the Board in terms of organisational structure and improved revenue generation.
To be the most outstanding revenue agency through commitment to best tax practices in a tax friendly environment.
To help tax payers understand and meet their tax responsibilities by providing efficient top quality service and applying the tax laws with integrity and fairness to all.
- Efficient Service Delivery
- Good Public Image
- Accountability And Transparency
- Best Tax Practices
- Effective Taxpayers Education/Public Enlightenment
- Friendly Tax Environment For Voluntary Tax Compliance
- Adequate Checks And Balances To Block All Revenue Leakages
Executive Chairman Board of Internal Revenue Ogun State
Executive Governor Ogun state