Global Journal of Commerce & Management Perspective
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ISSN: 2319-7285

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Abstract

Institutional Capacity and Local Revenue Generation in Nakasongola Town Council

Kirabo Kyeyune Bounty Joseph, Kasozi Mulindwa Sturninas and Kayise Chrysostom

This report presents the findings of the study that focused on an examination of how institutional capacity influences local revenue generation in Nakasongola Town Council. It analyzed how institutional capacity influences local revenue generation in the Town council. The study population of 500 people comprised of taxpayers, political leaders and civil servants from Nakasongola Town council. Its sample of 125 respondents was drawn from the three strata of taxpayers, political leaders and civil servants. Majority of the respondents 46.5% said there was institutional capacity to handle the varied revenue sources. The study recommended strengthening of institutional capacity by facilitating the human resource, broadening the local revenue base and improvement on infrastructure in order enhance total revenue generation. Tax payers be consulted regularly and should be involved through a bottom-top planning strategy by the central government.

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