Antecedents And Determinants Of Taxpayer’s Perceptions Of Tax Evasion Behavior
Keywords:Planned Behavior, Tax Compliance Cost, Tax Justice, Taxpayer's Perceptions of Tax Evasion Behavior and Tax Service
This research was conducted to prove that behavior can occur because of the intention to do so. The population in this study are individual taxpayers who carry out business activities and independent jobs registered at KPP Pratama Samarinda. Sampling is by judgment sampling method, calculate using the Slovin measurement determined by 100 respondents. The data collection method using a survey method using questionnaires. The results of this study indicate that the intention to behave as antecedents positively affects the three determinants of taxpayer's perceptions of tax evasion, namely tax authorities services, tax justice, and tax compliance costs. The authors find that attitude toward behavior, and perceived behavioral control are predictors of intention to commit tax evasion. Factor cited as couraging tax evasion in this study is tax compliance cost. While for the tax authority's services and tax justice do not affect the taxpayer’s perceptions of tax evasion. This research find out the pattern of taxpayers when they commit tax evasion, starting from the perception of the taxpayer's intention. This study recommends that necessary measures should be taken by tax authorities to improve revenue collection and reduce tax evasion.
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