Mohamed abd elmenam elshawarby

Assistant professor of Accounting, High institute of computer science and information Systems, New Cairo academy – Egypt

This research aims to identify the impact of the accounting dimensions of corporate governance on the quality of tax return, as well as their impact on tax revenues, has been used questionnaire list for conducting the field study was selected sample of auditors , academics from the Department of Accounting and Finance Managers have been tested the hypotheses of the study ,and reached a group The most important of these is that there is a relationship between the application of accounting dimensions of corporate governance and improving the quality of tax returns, as well as there is a relationship between the application of accounting dimensions of corporate governance and the increase of tax revenues.

Keywords: accounting dimensions, corporate governance, tax return, egypt

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Mohamed abd elmenam elshawarby. THE ROLE OF ACCOUNTING DIMENSIONS OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN IMPROVING THE TAX RETURN IN EGYPT.International Journal of Accounting and Auditing, 2020,1:4


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