Authors: Jarunee Wonglimpiyarat
Addresses: College of Innovation, Thammasat University, Anekprasong 3 Building, Prachan Road, Bangkok 10200, Thailand
Abstract: This paper is concerned with the innovation challenges of financial auditing and tax auditing to improve economic efficiency. Current economic conditions provide particular challenges for the Thai government to establish new practices towards auditing profession advancement. The Federation of Accounting Profession and the Revenue Department both claim to promote and protect the public interest. The tax auditing is the strategy of the Ministry of Finance to prevent and suppress tax evasion in order to achieve sustainable tax system. The certified public tax accountant (CPTA) licensure of the Japan Federation of CPTAs’ Associations is used as a model for the planning of CPTA for Thailand. The proposed tax mapping by the Revenue Department aims to facilitate tax administration and reduce the problem of tax evasion. The findings reveal that tax auditing would provide high-quality audits to the financial reporting process for statutory purposes, enhance the state’s ability to collect tax and improve performance of the tax system.
Keywords: financial auditing; tax auditing; tax evasion; tax mapping; CPTA; economic efficiency; Thailand; audits; Federation of Accounting Professions; government departments; government ministries; auditors; revenue collection; public interest; sustainable taxation systems; Japan Federation of Certified Public Tax Accountants Associations; JFCPTAA; tax administration; financial reporting; performance improvement; statutory accounts; tax laws; business innovation.
International Journal of Business Innovation and Research, 2011 Vol.5 No.6, pp.625 - 638
Received: 08 May 2021
Accepted: 12 May 2021
Published online: 20 Oct 2011 *