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Factors Affecting the Efficiency of Corporate Income Tax Management in Vietnam: Evidence from Mekong Delta Provinces

The purpose of this study is to propose policy implications for improving the efficiency of corporate income tax management in Vietnam, by analyzing the study factors affecting the efficiency of corporate income tax management (evidence from Mekong Delta provinces, Vietnam). This study used a primary data collection method and collected data of 329 enterprises, including 49 joint-stock companies and 280 limited liability companies in 3 provinces - Tra Vinh province, Soc Trang province, and Ben Tre province. By using the binary regression method, the author discovered eight factors affecting the efficiency of corporate income tax management in the Mekong Delta region such as the time of operation of the enterprises, type of business, gender, business results, tax amount temporarily paid, compliance with tax policies, business scale, and tax debt ratio. From the above research results, the author proposes policies to support Tax Departments to improve the efficiency of corporate income tax management in the Mekong Delta region in the future. These policies include - for further promoting the tax policy propaganda to enterprises, tax authorities need to promptly handle tax arrears, enhance the inspection of tax debt enterprises, and focus on the business models, gender, age of the business owners, etc.

Ⅰ. Introduction

Ⅱ. Literature Review

Ⅲ. Research Methodology

Ⅳ. Research Results

Ⅴ. Policy Recommendations

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