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Understanding taxpaying behavior

Kent W. Smith

Understanding taxpaying behavior

a conceptual framework with implications for research

by Kent W. Smith

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Published by American Bar Foundation in Chicago, IL .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Taxpayer compliance.,
  • Tax evasion.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementKent W. Smith, Karyl A. Kinsey.
    SeriesABF working paper -- no. 8724.
    ContributionsKinsey, Karyl A., 1954-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination28, 2 p. ;
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14530085M

    divergence. If a balanced tax-paying behavior can be achieved, then in future it shall help the Govt. to earn more revenues and reinvest them in the most effective sectors. Keywords: tax principles, taxpaying behavior, convergence, tax, cannons 1. Introduction. Detailed Guidelines for Improved Tax Administration Page 5 in Latin America and the Caribbean Chapter 1. Introduction Taxation is a controversial topic in countries throughout the world. Opinions vary among tax practitioners, economists, and citizens in general as to how much tax a government should collect and.

      Behavioral Accounting: An accounting method which takes into account key decision makers as part of the value of a company. Behavioral accounting was developed to make the behavioral effects. understanding the reasons which drive compliance decisions is of greater help than strictly applying laws and regulations. The present study tries to reveal the different reasons, factors, or determinants which shape taxpayers’ behavior and to underline the .

    But from the perspectives both of social scientific understanding of taxpaying behavior and of policy efforts to maximize compliance, differences in kinds of noncompliance and in their causes and social locations are extremely significant. Cambridge Core - Economics: General Interest - The Economic Psychology of Tax Behaviour - by Erich Kirchler. This book has been cited by the following publications. A decision-making approach to taxpaying. Law and Human Behavior, 11 (4), –Author: Erich Kirchler, Valerie Braithwaite.


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