Effect of Taxation on Business Investments


  • Richard Lubari Yapete Mogga Student of Bachelor of Business Administration, School of Business, Galgotias University, Greater Noida, India
  • Deepika School of Business, Galgotias University, Greater Noida, India


income tax, entrepreneur investment, foreign direct investment


This study examines the relationship between income tax and investment sentiment in economic life. Martinelli (2017) found that income tax accounts for up to 30% of the government's total profits in the territory of Portsmouth, England. The UK operates a progressive income tax system. That is, high-income earners, impose higher tax rates than low-income earners. That is, high-income earners pay more taxes than low-income earners. However, because it is a star, some people are completely exempt from taxation and are simulators for people with disabilities, very low incomes, earners, and other non-age groups. Residents of the Portsmouth territory are discouraged from working hard because they have to pay taxes the more, they earn. Main Conclusion Research results show that the government always supports investment conditions when income tax is lowered. One way to support investment is to provide loans to both large and small businesses. Both primary and secondary intelligence is used when conducting research. Secondary research helps to understand the problem by looking at the work done by previous researchers. A preliminary investigation was also conducted. Helps you get a first-hand look at the current topic. Results analyses and conclusions are reliable when using the qualitative sampling approach.


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How to Cite

R. L. Y. Mogga and Deepika, “Effect of Taxation on Business Investments”, IJRESM, vol. 5, no. 5, pp. 40–42, May 2022.