Awareness on Tax Planning: a study of Taxpayers in Haryana
Keywords:taxpayers, tax planning measures, public sector, private sector
The present paper analyse the level of awareness of the employees of public and private sector undertakings. The responses of the respondents on awareness have been collected on the five point likert scale. For each service sector, the mean values of the respondents' samples were analysed as an "Excellent" level of awareness was deemed to exist when the mean value was greater than 2.5, and a "Not satisfactory" level of awareness was deemed to exist when the mean value was less than 2.0 whereas value between 2.0 to 2.5 has considered as “Average” level of awareness in the study. Chi-square test has been applied to analyse the data using SPSS and excel. It is found that most of the p values are <0.05, it clearly states that there is significant difference in between public and private sector employees in the level of awareness in Haryana.
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