The Resource A cross-cultural study of religiosity and tax compliance attitudes in Malaysia and Turkey

A cross-cultural study of religiosity and tax compliance attitudes in Malaysia and Turkey

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A cross-cultural study of religiosity and tax compliance attitudes in Malaysia and Turkey
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A cross-cultural study of religiosity and tax compliance attitudes in Malaysia and Turkey
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eng
Summary
This study compares the impact of religiosity and its components on both tax compliance components, voluntary and enforced tax compliance, in Malaysia and Turkey. Surveys distributed to individual taxpayers were used in both countries. Religiosity is found to have a significant impact on voluntary tax compliance that influences taxpayers? positive attitudes in both countries. Even though religiosity seems to be an influential factor with respect to tax compliance behaviour, this study has shown that in certain circumstances, it might appear irrelevant
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In: eJournal of Tax Research. - Sydney. - Vol. 15 (2017), no. 3 ; p. 490-505
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  • Mohdali, R
  • Benk, S
  • Budak, T
  • MohdIsa, K
  • Yussof, S.H
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  • Asia
  • Europe
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English
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  • tax compliance
  • fiscal sociology
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A cross-cultural study of religiosity and tax compliance attitudes in Malaysia and Turkey
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A cross-cultural study of religiosity and tax compliance attitudes in Malaysia and Turkey
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