The Certified National Accountant Journal (CNAJ) is a quarterly publication of the Association of National Accountants of Nigeria (ANAN).
This journal is a critical professional mouthpiece open to the teeming population of the entire Accounting professionals and other interest groups for learning and re-learning, research, and contributions to professional and other contemporary issues regarding the Accounting profession and practice.
Manuscripts should be written in English (if written in any other language translation must be included).
The manuscript should not be more than 16 pages on A4 type paper with a 1-inch margin for the top and bottom while the righthand left hand’s margin should take 1.25 inches each.
The reference should be in the current APA style. Times New Roman with 12 font sizes of one-and-a-half line spacing is to be adopted.
The entire editorial workflow is performed by a team of experts. Once a manuscript is submitted for publication, the manuscript is checked by the journal’s editorial office to ensure the files are complete and that the relevant requirements are in order.
The manuscript is then sent to the Editor-in-chief who assesses the suitability of the manuscript in terms of scope and quality and, if appropriate, assigns it to an Editor.
LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
Deterrent Measures of Tax Fraud on Tax
Compliance in Nigeria
Government all over the world generates revenue far expenditure through tar. Tar compliance gives incentive to tax control and reduces collection hurden. This paper focused on deterrent measure of tax fraud on tax compliance in Nigeria. Specificaly, the puper examined he infiuence ofstitfpenalty, tax audit. tax amnesty and tax deterrence policy on tar eompliance. This […]
Environmental Appraisal Costs and Profitability of Oil and Gas Companies in Niger Delta Region of Nigeria
Nelly Raphael Imong, Udemeobong Bahakongfe Umagu,Timothy Oluwatominiyi Oni, Mary Eyong Nkang, Ph.D * Abstract This study examined the effect of environmental costs on profitability of oil and gas companies in the NiDelta region of Nigeria. To achieve the above objectives, the researcher used primary data to collect informatfrom the respondents through the use of questionnaire. […]
Evluation of Firms’ Financial Statement figures
under Nigerian GAAP And IFRS reporting regimes
across economic sectors in Nigeria
The objectives of this paper are to provide a cross-sector assessment of the level of IFRS implementationinNigeria, and compare financial statement figures of listed entities prepared using the Nigerian GenerallyAccepted Accounting Principles(NGAAP) Wvith their IFRS-restated equivalents. An inplementation disclosurechecklist was used to determine the implementation level on eighteen LAS/IFRS standards using contentanahsis. Financial statements of […]