The Justice of Tax Amnesty and Tax Compliance: Empirical Study in Indonesia

Nur Sayidah, Sri Suryaningsum, Sri Luna Murdianingrum, Aminullah Assagaf, Hadi Sugiyanto


The purpose of this article is to examine the effect of perceptions of justice in tax amnesties on post-amnesty tax compliance. The independent variables employed were distributive justice, procedural justice, and retributive justice, and the dependent variable is tax compliance. Measurement of the variables was based on five Likert scales, from (1) Strongly Disagree to (5) Strongly Agree. The results of the multiple regression analysis of 133 questionnaire answers indicate that tax amnesty justice has a significant positive effect on post-amnesty tax compliance. The variables of tax justice that have a positive effect on tax compliance are procedural and retributive justice, with regression coefficients of 0.248 and 0.237 respectively, at a significance level of 0.00. A fairer tax amnesty policy will improve tax compliance after the amnesty period. The tax authorities need to make improvements to create a more equitable tax amnesty policy in the future.

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International Journal of Financial Research
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