Taxpayers who complain about paying tax: What differentiates those who complain from those who don't?
This paper argues that taxpayers who complain about paying tax can be differentiated from those taxpayers who do not complain in terms of attitudes on various tax-related dimensions. Data from the Community Hopes, Fears and Actions Survey is presented, which shows that taxpayers who express complaints about tax perceive greater injustice, feel less pride in being an honest taxpayer and see the government and the Tax Office as less representative of them than those taxpayers who do not complain...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU Research Publications|
|WP9.pdf||58.1 kB||Adobe PDF|