This research is focused on Analysis of tax morale and tax compliance in Nigeria. This study attempts to analyze tax morale and tax compliance in Nigeria. Taxation is one of the most volatile subjects in governance both in the developing and developed nations. Tax refers to a compulsory contribution, imposed by government, and while taxpayers may receive nothing identifiable in return for their contribution, they nevertheless have the benefit of living in a relatively educated, healthy and safe society. The advent of democratic rule in 1999 has put greater pressure on the three-tier of governments to generate enough revenue and meet electoral promises in terms of provision of basic necessities and infrastructure for the economic empowerment of the people. To achieve these goals, a high tax morale is required to achieve a high degree of tax compliance. The general objective of this study is to determine the effect of Tax Morale on the taxpayer in compliance to tax policies of government in Nigeria. Cross- sectional survey was used with questionnaire as the major tool of data collection. Six organizations in the public, private, and informal sector form the sample size of this study Questionnaire was administered to 600 randomly selected respondents. Multiple regression analysis was used to analyze the data. The result shows that there are a number of significant correlations between tax compliance and tax morale. The study recommended that: there is a need to provide strong taxpayerâ€™s services particularly during the tax filing stage, tax returns be scrutinized under the supervision, or be jointly examined with a senior tax official so that the discretionary powers being exercised by tax officials are not abused.
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