FIRS Salary 2022/2023 | Current Salary Structure

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FIRS Salary

Have you ever wondered how much the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) officers are earning? This article contains the current salary structure of the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS).

About The Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS)

Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) is a government agency which focuses mainly on collecting, monitoring, and collation of taxes record from citizens on behalf of the Federal Government. FIRS was established in 1943 under the department of Inland Revenue of Anglo-phone West Africa with the sole aim of serving as the tax system of nations. Nigeria’s FIRS later got its autonomy in 2007. Since then, the Federal Inland Revenue Service in Nigeria has been the agency saddle with the responsibility of monitoring Nigerian tax activity.

Functions of the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) in Nigeria

  • They give taxpayers the Moral ground and legal right to demand a standard of accountability.
  • The FIRS Provides funds for the government to use for governance, social services, public services, and the development of the economy.
  • Another function of the FIRS is to provide civic responsibility to citizens.
  • They help in the redistribution of wealth. They help to maintain the bridge between the standard of living.
  • The FIRS serves as a metric for measuring the growth and the level of the health of the economy. With the aid of the FIRS, one can always measure the level of development of a state or country.
  • The FIRS, depend on the Tax compliance status of business organizations, or corporate bodies to estimate the benefits and privileges that should be accrued to them. The function of the Tax compliance metric is to give law-abiding citizens a way to avoid the penalties and sanctions of non-compliance with tax laws.

FIRS Salary Structure

How Much Does Federal Inland Revenue Service Pay Corpers (2021)

NYSC Youth corpers working at the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), receive a monthly salary of ₦34,000 to ₦46,000 on average per month. This figure proves that FIRS is one of the highest federal agencies that pay youth corpers well in the country.

How Much Does The Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) Pay Their Staff in Nigeria Monthly?

You may probably want to know how much the FIRS pays their staff monthly before submitting that application. Well, this article will give you that information.

The Federal Inland Revenue Service has a salary structure for their staff and this depends on certain factors such as grade level, years of service, and position occupied in the organization.

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According to workforgov.ng, entry-level staff on grade 8 in the FIRS receive a monthly salary of ₦103,987 whereas a grade 7 staff in the FIRS earn ₦89,434 monthly as a salary. This amount is before pension and tax deductions. However, apart from basic salary, FIRS staff are entitled to some allowances and benefits. Also, salary increases as your years of service increase.

In a very simple table format, we would be sharing the salary of different job positions in the FIRS. (culled from Glassdor.com)

Job Position Average Salary Per Month (Naira)
Youth corper –Monthly Intern ₦34,000 – ₦46,000
Assistant manager ₦310,000 – ₦331,000
Tax Administrator ₦360,000 – ₦342,000
Conseiller En Développement – Monthly ₦279,000 – ₦298,000
INSPECTOR of TAXES ₦382,000 – ₦412,600
Accounting Clerk – Monthly Intern ₦67,000 – ₦73,000
 

Accountant – Monthly

₦198,000 – ₦211,000
Human Resources Generalist – Monthly ₦479,000 – ₦517,000

 

 

VAT officer (corper) – Monthly ₦24,000 – ₦26,000
Tax Officer ₦289,600 – ₦310,000
Corps Member – Monthly ₦24,000 – ₦26,000

 

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