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RISK EXPOSURE AND REVENUE PERFORMANCE: A CASE STUDY OF FEDERAL INLAND REVENUE SERVICE(MSC)

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RISK EXPOSURE AND REVENUE PERFORMANCE: A CASE STUDY OF FEDERAL INLAND REVENUE SERVICE(MSC)

 

 

ABSTRACT

 

The research set out to explain why Federal Inland Revenue Service fails to collect all collectible revenue; and if risk exposure (the susceptibility of the organization to the adverse effects associated with the environment within which she operates) could be the reason for the gap in revenue performance. The purpose of the study was to examine the relationship between Risk Exposure and Revenue Performance in Nigeria. The study adopted a cross-sectional and descriptive format with a correlation inclination; a purposive Sampling design was used to select a Sample of 100 respondents comprised of 50 FIRS staff and 50 Tax payers across all taxpayer segments in Nigeria. The researcher used both primary and secondary data. Pearson’s correlation coefficient and regression analysis were used to establish the relationship between the study variables, with chi-square tests utilized to refine the analysis of the findings.

 

The study established that there is a plausible risk exposure facing tax administration in Nigeria manifested by such risks as technological, operational, regulatory, fraud, reputation and employee risk. The results showed that the Risk Exposure can explain 20.3% of the variance in Revenue Performance.

 

It was recommended that revenue bodies should develop a systematized approach for resolving major compliance risks; with a robust and flexible risk management framework to cope with the volatile circumstances that characterize the business environment within which they operate.