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We act as tax consultants to companies, individuals, state and federal governments.

For state and federal governments, we assist in monitoring tax compliance by ensuring that taxpayers pay and remit correct tax amounts to the tax authority. We also act in an advisory capacity to the government on various ways by which its revenue generation can increase tremendously through improved ways and means of tax collection.

For companies, the taxation and capital allowance computations based on the audited accounts will be prepared and submitted to the State Inland Revenue or Federal Inland Revenue Service as required by law.

Clients are to be kept informed of the company‟s tax position from time to time and the tax payable, if any.

We always liaise with the tax office in ensuring prompt issuance of tax clearance certificate to your company.

We also give advice necessary any time there are new legislations or changes in tax laws in order for the company‟s affairs and policies to keep abreast of such changes.

Our firm is committed to providing quality professional services, with development of Accountancy profession throughout Nigeria and the world in general and to the achievement of excellence in every area of the profession.


As a result of the various services we offer as listed above, it is difficult, if not impossible to quote a fee for any of them in the abstract.

Usually, our fees are based upon the degree of responsibility and skill involved in the assignment, and the time necessarily occupied on the particular assignment in line with the Scale of Professional fees issued by The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria.

We can however assure you that all fees chargeable will be reasonable and will be fully discussed with you as OFC has culture of placing relationship over money.

Disbursements are fully for the account of the client and should it be necessary to work outside Lagos, out-of-station expenses will also have to be met by the Client.

In the course of undertaking most assignments, it is usual to raise advance and interim bills, and final bill being rendered on completion of the assignment, less any interim payment received.