How to Check for your TIN (Tax Identification Number) Online

Every Nigerian citizen that has attained taxable age and has obtained either BVN (Bank Verification number) or NIN (National Identification Number) has a special TIN allotted to him/her.

The tax identification number (TIN) is a unique identifier for an individual or a company for the specific purpose of tax remittance and it is issued by the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS). As a business or individual, TIN is important because that is what shows that you are a registered taxpayer in Nigeria, and as you know that tax payment is made compulsory, every company, business, individual must have their own unique tax identification number. Follow the steps below to check your personal Tax Identification Number (TIN)

INDIVIDUAL TAXPAYER

Visit: https://tinverification.jtb.gov.ng/

  • Step 1: Select your Date of Birth.
  • Step 2: Select your preferred search criteria from the Select Criteria Dropdown-TIN or NIN or BVN or Registered Phone Number
  • Step 3: Provide the appropriate value based on the search criteria in Step 2 above
  • Step 4. Confirm you are not a robot by checking the reCAPTCHA Box
  • Step 5: Click the Search button

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NON INDIVIDUAL TAXPAYER

Visit: https://tinverification.jtb.gov.ng/

  • Step 1: Select the Organization’s Date of Incorporation
  • Step 2: Select your preferred search criteria from the Select Criteria Dropdown-TIN or CAC registration Number or Registered Phone Number. CAC registration number should be typed in this format: BN1234 or IT1234 or RC1234.
  • Step 3: Provide the appropriate value based on the search criteria in Step 2 above.
  • Step 4: Confirm you are not a robot by checking the reCAPTCHA Box.
  • Step 5: Click the Search button.

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