JESR 2019, 18(S1): 62-69

Original Article in Journal of Economic and Social Research

FINANCE THE FUNDS OF SOCIETY THROUGH TAX AND INFORMAL SECTOR AND ITS EFFECTS ON REVENUE COLLECTION IN TURKEY

Author: Zeynel Adak1

Social Security Research Centre (SSRC), Faculty of Economics and Administration (FEA), University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur 50603, Malaysia
 
Abstract

All governments in world seeks to provide the sufficient funds to reach the sustainable development in country , There are different avenues to reach this end including the formal sector and informal sector , this study has focused the role of informal sector and also the contribution of tax to reach the purpose of revenue collection in Turkey . This revenue result of tax will fund for education and health of society, so it contribute the critical role to achieve a sustainable development in country. Funds will finance through the public finance to improve the local economy through building the pillars of infrastructure, this purpose will be achieved through the tax and informal sector also. This study discussed the role of this matter in Turkey to induce a sustainable development in this country through the enhancing the local economy and support the local community.
Key words: Public Finance, Tax, Tax Policy, Tax administration, Growth

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