As a Freelancer, Should I Pay Tax?

It used to be news, but it is becoming less of a catchy headline now that unemployment rate is high in Nigeria. That it has, in fact, climbed upwards for nine consecutive quarters to hover at about 14.2% in the last quarter of 20161 and then, like the eagle, surged higher to crest at an increased 18.80% of the total population, by the third quarter of 2017.

In light of all of these statistics, what should prick our attention, as keen observers, is the rate at which Nigerian youths are creating for themselves job opportunities from hitherto unseemly areas.