Studi Empiris Theory of Planned Behavior dan Pengaruh Kewajiban Moral pada Perilaku Ketidakpatuhan Pajak Wajib Pajak Orang Pribadi
Keywords:Theory of planned behavior, attitude, subjective norm, perceived behavioral control, moral obligation, intention, tax noncompliance.
AbstractThis study using Theory of Planned Behavior/TPB (Ajzen 1991) with moral obligation variable (Bobek and Hatfiel 2003), to explain the tax noncompliance behavior of individual taxpayers. Researchers using 155 samples of individual tax payers. The testing of the research using Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) with SPSS 16.0 software and AMOS 16. The results of hypothesis testing conclude that: first, the attitude toward non-compliance has negative correlation and not significant toward intention to noncom ply. Second, subjective norms has positive correlation and not significant toward the intention to noncom ply. Third, moral obligation has positive and significant impact toward the intention to noncomply. Fourth, PBC has negative corelation and not significant toward the intention to noncomply. Fifth, PBC has negative corelation and not significant toward the tax noncompliance behavior. Sixth, the intention to noncomply has positive corelation and significant toward tax noncompliance behavior. The comparison result between descriptive variables and loading factor of each indicator toward variable found that; first, the biggest contribution toward tax non-compliance attitude remains the economic aspects of maximizing the financial utility. Second, the part tha give the biggest contribution toward subjective norm is tax consultant, and the next is friend/closest person around. Third, the highest contribution toward the moral of tax compliance is feeling guilty. Fourth the significance PBC toward tax non-compliance due to the contribution of controllability.
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