Tax Plannıng and Fırm Value: An Empırıcal Analysıs of Consumer Goods Manufacturıng Companıes in Cyprus

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  • Dr. Esra SIPAHI

Keywords:

Tax Planning, Firm Size, Leverage And Firm Value

Abstract

The study identifies the impact of tax planning on the firm value of consumer goods manufacturing companies in Cyprus. The specific objectives are to determine the impact of firm and leverage on firm value of Cypriot consumer goods manufacturing companies. The data included in the study were collected from the annual reports and accounts of consumer goods of the manufacturing companies in Cyprus and formulated hypotheses were tested with multiple regression analysis. The result had a positive effect on our leverage dependent variable. Based on the findings of the study, the application of the study with more samples may be recommended for future studies.

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Dr. Esra SIPAHI

Department of Communication, MONE/ TURKEY Twinseospecialist, LLC/Owner/USA

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2020-04-30

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Dr. Esra SIPAHI. (2020). Tax Plannıng and Fırm Value: An Empırıcal Analysıs of Consumer Goods Manufacturıng Companıes in Cyprus. SOCIALSCI JOURNAL, 6, 1-14. Retrieved from https://purkh.com/index.php/tosocial/article/view/628

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