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Bangalore Property Owners Attitude Towards the Property Tax Under Self-Assessment Scheme : A Zonal Classification Analysis


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1 Associate Professor, Finance Area, CMS B-School, Jain (Deemed to be University), India
 

Throughout the world, property taxes are commonly employed as the main source of locally generated revenue. In Bangalore, property taxes are collected under New SAS. When SAS was introduced in Bangalore, there was lot of transparency and payment of tax was made easy. However, whether the property owners are aware of SAS, perceive the payment process similar, accept the taxation policies without any differences, a study was undertaken.

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Property Tax, SAS, Awareness, Perception, Impact, Service Quality.
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Selvi S.
Associate Professor, Finance Area, CMS B-School, Jain (Deemed to be University), India

Abstract


Throughout the world, property taxes are commonly employed as the main source of locally generated revenue. In Bangalore, property taxes are collected under New SAS. When SAS was introduced in Bangalore, there was lot of transparency and payment of tax was made easy. However, whether the property owners are aware of SAS, perceive the payment process similar, accept the taxation policies without any differences, a study was undertaken.

Keywords


Property Tax, SAS, Awareness, Perception, Impact, Service Quality.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21095/ajmr%2F2020%2Fv12%2Fi1%2F158830