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''Advances in Taxation'' publishes articles facing all facets of taxation. Articles can tackle tax coverage matters on the federal, country, neighborhood, or overseas point. The sequence essentially publishes empirical reports that deal with compliance, desktop utilization, schooling, felony, making plans, or coverage matters. those experiences mostly contain interdisciplinary examine that comes with theories from accounting, economics, finance, psychology, and/or sociology. even if empirical stories are essentially released, analytical and ancient manuscripts also are welcome.
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Age Correlation analysis of the relationship between age and tax practitioners' responses to the tax scenarios showed that the two variables were not related. However, age was related to the level of reported accountability pressure from the firm. 0045), with older respondents feeling weaker pressure from their firms to please clients and weaker pressure to comply strictly with the IRS. On average, age is a good proxy for position level in the firm, and this result may reflect the fact that tax practitioners in more secure positions feel less pressure from their firms.
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COX AND ROBIN R. RADTKE Table 3. 05, ity to the IRS than did men. This result may be due to gender differences in risk behavior. Byrnes and colleagues (1999), reporting the results of a meta-analysis of 150 studies of risk-taking behavior of men and women, find that in the vast majority of the cases, men are more risk seeking. Additionally, women respondents reported feeling more pressure from their firms to please clients. Thus. if women are predisposed to feel more accountable to the 1RS, then pressure from their firms to please the client will feel stronger to women than men.