The following software tools and useful links will help you power your business, perform business processes such as accounting, tax, talent recruitment and talent management. These tools and links will also help you master the Nigerian economic and fiscal terrain, make sound investment decisions, keep abreast of economic and fiscal changes and take full control of your business.



Free jobs Web Portal for Job Searching, job listing, Recruitment, Free Online Courses, Motivational Personalities Profiling etc.

Free web application for calculating your value added tax (VAT), withholding tax (WHT), pay-as-you-earn (PAYE), running payroll and payslips.

A compendium of all the most important Nigerian Tax laws. Important for foreign and local companies, employees and employers, finance and tax professionals, students in related fields, government tax agencies and investors wishing to do business in Nigeria.

Free small business Accounting Software – To keep track of your numbers and do all your accounting yourself for free.

Free Professional Invoicing software for small businesses – To create professional invoices for free and make your business look very professional to your customers.

An easy to use online platform, providing investors (existing and potential business owners) with up-to-date and pertinent information on the processes, procedures and basic costs of doing business in Nigeria.

Newsletters and Insights

Business Registration and Incorporation

Standards certification for your products

Online platform for tax registration, tax filing, tax payment, processing tax clearance certificate, getting your tax receipts and stamp duty. Please note that you need to visit the FIRS tax office nearest to you to get login credentials for the e-services platform.

Keep abreast with the regulations guiding financial reporting in Nigeria (particularly for public interest entities)

Find out all about running a business in Nigeria from the National Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) Clinic handbook.

Find out a lot more about investing in Nigeria from the Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission (NIPC).