The Resource Deterrence and alienation effects of IRS enforcement : an analysis of survey data

Deterrence and alienation effects of IRS enforcement : an analysis of survey data

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Deterrence and alienation effects of IRS enforcement : an analysis of survey data
Title
Deterrence and alienation effects of IRS enforcement : an analysis of survey data
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eng
Summary
Analysis of survey evidence, according to which respondents who have personally paid additional taxes as a consequence of an IRS enforcement contact perceive a greater certainty of detection for noncompliance and are more likely to intend to comply on future returns. However, previously noncompliant taxpayers who are not assessed additional taxes upon contact lower their perceptions of certainty and plan to continue past habits of noncompliance
Citation source
Bound in: Why people pay taxes : tax compliance and enforcement. - (1992)
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Kinsey, K.A
Language note
English
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  • tax compliance
  • enforcement
  • penalties
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Deterrence and alienation effects of IRS enforcement : an analysis of survey data
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Publication
Contents
Contains references and a commentary by Alan H. Plumley (p. 286-290)
Label
Deterrence and alienation effects of IRS enforcement : an analysis of survey data
Publication
Contents
Contains references and a commentary by Alan H. Plumley (p. 286-290)

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