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ANALYSIS TAX COLLECTION METHODS
Tax collection refers to the efforts and means of getting money from the people which they are obliged to pay. The tax collection methods, being the various ways and means of tapping/gathering tax revenue will in the end determine tax yield.
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Table of contents
CHAPTER ONE 3
1.0 Introduction 3
1.1 Background of the study 3
1.2 Statement of the problem 5
1.3 Purpose of the study 5
1.4 Objectives of the study 5
1.5 Research questions 6
1.6 Significance of the study 6
1.7 Scope of the study 6
1.8 Organization of the report 7
CHAPTER TWO 8
2.0 Literature Review 8
2.1 Definition of tax 8
2.2 Categories of tax revenue 11
2.3 Tax Revenue collections 11
2.4 Graduated tax 13
2.5 Property rates 13
2.6 Trading licences 13
2.7 Market dues: 13
2.8 Collection methods 14
2.9 Graduated taxes: 14
2.10 Property rates: 15
2.11 Market dues: 16
2.12 Trading licences: 16
2.13 Park fees: 16
2.14 Causes of low tax revenue and measures to improve. 17
2.15 Graduated Tax 17
2.16 Measures of increase graduated tax revenue 17
2.17 Causes of low property rates 17
2.18 Strategies to improve property rates. 18
2.19 Causes of low packing fees 18
2.20 Measures to improve parking fees. 19
2.21 Causes of low Market Dues 19
2.22 Measures to improve Market Dues 19
2.23 Conclusion 20
CHAPTER THREE 21
3.0 Introduction 21
3.1 Research Design 21
3.2 Population of the study 21
3.3 Sampling Design and size 21
3.3.1 Sampling design 21
3.3.2 Sample size 22
Table 1 showing the sample size 22
3.3.3 Sampling procedure 22
3.4 Sources of data 22
3.4.1 Primary data 22
3.4.2 Secondary data 23
3.5 Data Collection Methods. 23
3.5.1 Questionnaire 23
3.6 Data Processing and Analysis 23
3.7 Anticipated limitations 23
3.8 Delimitations of the study. 24
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The chapter contains the background of the study, statement of the problem, purpose of the study, objectives of the study, research questions, scope of the study, significance of the study, time scope and the organization of the report.
1.1 Background of the study
Tax collections methods refers to the various ways and means of tapping/gathering tax revenue from the public. Tax collection refers to the efforts and means of getting money from the people which they are obliged to pay. The tax collection methods, being the various ways and means of tapping/gathering tax revenue will in the end determine tax yield. (City handbook 2000).
Any economic body needs funds to finance its activities. The funds are raised from various sources it may be from borrowing, gifts, and donations, taxes, public undertakings, or fines and fees.
Kampala City Council not being exceptional needs funds to facilitate its service delivery. Kampala City Council is under the ministry of Local government. Like any other local government set up, Kampala City Council derives most of its revenue from locally generated sources especially taxes ...
... SPSS (Statistical Package for Social Scientists) in which correlation and regression analysis was used to establish the relationship between the study variables.
3.7 Anticipated limitations The researcher faced a number of limitations when carrying out this study and these include;
1. Officials of KCC were very unwilling to release any figures concerning the amount of tax collected during a given period, thus preventing the researcher from having a conclusive data about the revenue collected from taxes.
2. Funds necessary for meeting expenses like stationary, printing, binding and transport to the area of study were insufficient.
3. The area of study was limited to only one particular place because of the distances between the tax collection centers and insufficient transport funds.
3.8 Delimitations of the study. The researcher confined herself to only Kampala City Council (Headquaters) for purposes of overcoming the problems of increased transport costs necessary for covering the large area. Funds were got form my parents and relatives who managed to contribute a reasonable amount of money which enabled the researcher to put this final book in its present shape.
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