THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PRICE COMPETITATION AND TAX EVASION OR AVOIDANCE
AbstractIn order to find, if the companies that cause the evasion and avoidance, make it, only to survived from the competition with other companies in the market, to make competition on other companies or to increase their profits without impact of competitive, in this case we found that From 239 answers, there are 95 or 39.76% answer of the respondents think, that avoidance and fiscal evasion, become because they have the motivation to cheat the state, only to increase their profits; continuing 58 or 24.26% from the respondents think, that avoidance and fiscal evasion, become because, to dominate with lower prices to their own competition and 86 or 35.98% from the respondents think, that avoidance and fiscal evasion become, for protected from competition, because their competitors have hit the market with cheaper prices.
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