Effects Of tax Incentives on Growth of Manufacturing Firms in Uganda at Hima Cement Limited in Kasese District

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Kampala International University, College of Economics and Management
The purpose of this study was to establish the effect of tax incentives on the growth of manufacturing firms in Uganda; a case of Hima Cement Limited in Kasese. The study adopted the use of quantitative descriptive design. For the purpose of the research, the population constituted of 50 respondents of which only 38 responded. Data collected was analyzed using correlation coefficient to establish the relationship between tax incentives and growth of manufacturing firms in Uganda especially at Hima Cement. The study found a strong positive correlation or relationship between the variables under study. The study therefore, recommends that the government should encourage tax incentives in the form of tax holidays, initial investment reduction and may others because these encourage foreign investors to do further investment hence providing jobs to the natives.
A Dissertation Submitted To The College Of Economics and Management Of Kampala International University As A Partial Fulfillment Of The Requirements For The Award Of A Bachelor's Degree In Business Administration
Tax Incentives, Hima Cement, Kasese District