Estimations Effect of the Forensic Accounting Role on the realized of the tax disputes resolution in Jordan
The study aimed to search in the estimations effect of the forensic accounting role on the realized resolution of tax disputes in Jordan according to the related parties points of view. The study population consisted of judges and forensic accountants regarding exploring estimations effect on the one hand, and the published data available about the size of realized for the years 2012 to 2015(independent variables). The study, used the descriptive and analytical approach, using convenient statistical methods to analyze the data and abstracts conclusions and testing hypotheses, al that through the use of SPSS program, the most important result, There is a Big Gap between estimates and realization of forensic accounting role in the Dispute Resolution, The most important recommendation is, Necessity to find an integrate and adequate information system
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