Electronic filing of personal income tax returns in Malaysia: determinants and compliance costs
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This thesis investigates the low take-up rate of the tax e-filing system and the effect of e-filing on compliance costs for personal income taxpayers in Malaysia. Based on a mail questionnaire survey, perceived usefulness and anxiety are found to be significant determinants of e-filing usage behaviour. Overall, e-filing has no significant effect on compliance costs. Further analysis indicates on who benefits from e-filing and who does not. The role of pre-filling system is also discussed.
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