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MODELING OF TAX INSTALLMENT BY RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION (RFID)

 

TITLE MODELING OF TAX INSTALLMENT BY RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION (RFID)
AUTHOR SUPOT SORNSANG
DEGREE MASTER OF SCIENCE PROGRAMME IN COMPUTER SCIENCE
FACULTY FACULTY OF SCIENCE
ADVISOR CHOMTIP PORNPANOMCHAI
CO-ADVISOR SUKANYA PHONGSUPHAP
 
ABSTRACT
This research project has developed a system called Modeling of Tax Installment by Radio frequency Identification (RFID). The technique applies RFID technology to verify and store taxpayer data. It is a tax payment in installments, with a tax amount of 3,000 baht or over, both for mid-year and year-end tax. A taxpayer is eligible to ask for a tax payment in 3 equal installments without having to pay any additional money. He may request to pay tax in installments at the Revenue Department’s regional office using a set of ‘บ.ช.35’ tax forms, consisting of 3 sheets, and using the following process. For the first installment, it is paid, along with the submission of a tax form, before September 30 or March 31. The second installment must be paid within one month after, the first installment is paid while third installment has to be paid within a month after the second installment is paid. In case any one installment is not paid in due time, a taxpayer will be deprived of his privilege to pay in installments and will have to pay additional money of 1.5 % per month or fractional month, of the remaining tax amount. The system performance is web-based. A taxpayer’s installment payment data are stored in an RFID tag, which enables, an accurate verification of data due to the system’s automation and diminishes officials’ errors. Furthermore, the efficiency of ‘บ.ช.35’ tax forms is enhanced for a sound service to taxpayers. Finally, the system helps reduce the amount of paper of ‘บ.ช.35’ tax forms currently used, since an RFID tag can be reused.
KEYWORD RFID TECHNOLOGY/ RFID TAG/ TAX PAYMENT/REVENUE DEPARTMENT

 

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