TAX AVOIDANCE IN JAKARTA ISLAMIC INDEX COMPANIES

Nita Andriyani Budiman

Abstract


The trend of tax avoidance in Indonesia is predicted to increase when the government cancels some anti-tax avoidance instruments. The purpose of this study is to determine the trend of tax avoidance in JII companies so that it can show a tendency to decrease or increase tax avoidance of JII companies as a whole in the long term. This type of research is a descriptive study that uses data from the annual report of the JII company for the years 2011-2020. In general, JII companies during 2011-2020 experienced an increase in tax avoidance. This can be seen from the smaller ETR value from 2011-2020. A small ETR value is an indication that the company is doing tax avoidance.  Based on the results of this study, DGT can make forecasts related to tax avoidance, become DGT's input in detecting JII companies that do tax avoidance and evaluate anti-tax avoidance instruments that were previously abolished by the government.


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tax avoidance, Jakarta Islamic Index, Earning Tax Ratio

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