The compliance costs of large corporate taxpayers in Indonesia
Prof. Helen Cabalu-Mendoza
Prof. Jeff Pope
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Curtin Business School, School of Economics and Finance
This thesis discusses the results of the first research undertaken to investigate the tax compliance costs of large corporate taxpayers in Indonesia. Using mail survey, the research shows that the costs are significant (i.e. IDR420 million per company per year or AUD38,621 with 2013 exchange rate; the net national compliance costs account for 0.1 per cent of the Gross Domestic Product) and that they are regressive. Staff’s salary contributes almost half of the costs.
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