Impact of socio-economic factors on tax compliance and collection in Quetta city Boluchistan Pakistan
Kamil Khan, Sareer Ahmad, Farhatullah, Mirzia
The main purpose of the studies as to examine the socio-economic determinants of tax collection in Quetta city, Baluchistan. A region that struggled with low tax effort and compliance since past decades. Using exploit primary data, generated questionnaire through literature and conducted the survey through convenient sampling method and have analyzed data through statistical tool of descriptive analysis. A sample of 60 respondents were studied and the average response to factor that most influence tax collection is a tough system and meanwhile easing the tax system so that each citizen easily understands the law and operate the system conveniently. As the prevailing neoclassical view of tax behavior is that trust is good, but control is better, thus it emphasizes on both societal and economic aspects of tax collection. This study is based on model of slippery slope framework that integrates both psychological and economic perspectives on tax compliance, it assumes that tax payers are compliant and abide by law either they avoid fine and detection or are feeling obliged to compliance as fulfilling the duty of an honest citizen to contribute their shares. Tax automation and building trust between tax man and tax payer is of utmost consideration for better compliance.
Kamil Khan, Sareer Ahmad, Farhatullah, Mirzia. Impact of socio-economic factors on tax compliance and collection in Quetta city Boluchistan Pakistan. International Journal of Finance and Commerce, Volume 3, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 30-35