عنوان مقاله [English]
Law on VAT is the multi-year process prepared and approved by extensive efforts of experts and professor. This law has a high capacity, flexible and it has a high potential and considered as an important step toward reforming the country's tax structure. Accordingly, the aim of this study is to determine the success of the value-added tax system of the State Tax administration of West Tehran. This study, also, is an applied research which is descriptive in nature. The population in this study included all deputies of the State Tax Administration of West Tehran due to the limited volume, the census was used as the sampling method. Thus, the questionnaire developed by the researchers citing Shahsavar Khojaste and Jghfry questionnaire (2007) was used was filled by 46 people to study the hypothesis. The validity of a questionnaire with 51 questions confirmed by experts its reliability / 94 was 0. The normality of the data using the Kolmogorov – Smirnov Single-sample t method was used. Data were analyzed by Spss 18 software. The results showed that total degree of success in implementing the system VAT State Administration of Taxation in West Tehran is the moderate level. Due to the success level of VAT state Tax Administration of the West of Tehran, It requires more attention from the authorities which is the above the surface to reach the desired level.
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