Journal Jurnal Wahana Akuntansi

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I Pande Putu Suwisnaya, Komang Ayu Krisnadewi
Jurnal Wahana Akuntansi, Volume 12; doi:10.21009/wahana.012/1.1

Abstract:The purpose of this study is to provide empirical evidence about the effect of debt policy on the company’s value where the size of the company as a moderating variable. This study was performed on companies listed in Indonesia Stock Exchange in 2012-2015. The total sample of 88 companies with a total number of observations as much as 352 observations. The analysis technique used is the moderated regression analysis (MRA). The company's value in this study is proxied by the price book value (PBV), while the debt policy is proxied by debt to equity ratio (DER), and the size of the company is proxied by the natural logarithm of total assets. Based on the analysis found that the debt policy significant positive effect on the value of the company, which weakens the relationship between the size of the company's debt policy on the value of the company.
Ika Fitriyanti, Achmad Fauzi, Diah Armeliza
Jurnal Wahana Akuntansi, Volume 12; doi:10.21009/wahana.012/1.6

Abstract:Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menganalisa pengaruh ketepatan pengalokasian, teknologi dan informasi perpajakan, dan diskriminasi terhadap penggelapan pajak (tax evasion).Populasi penelitian ini adalah wajib pajak orang pribadi yang terdaftar di KPP Pratama Jakarta Sunter.Sampel dalam penelitian ini ditentukan berdasarkan metode convenience sampling, data dikumpulkan dengan pembagian kuisioner.Metode analisis data penelitian yang digunakan adalah regresi linier berganda.Berdasarkan hasil analisis menunjukkan bahwa ketepatan pengalokasian tidak berpengaruh signifikan terhadap penggelapan pajak, teknologi dan informasi perpajakan berpengaruh negatif dan signifikan terhadap penggelapan pajak, dan diskriminasi berpengaruh positif dan signifikan terhadap penggelapan pajak.
Istiqomah Dwi Putri, Achmad Fauzi
Jurnal Wahana Akuntansi, Volume 12; doi:10.21009/wahana.012/1.4

Abstract:The purpose of this research is to know the influence of activity, operational cost budgeting, and bed occupancy rate on financial performance based on ability of (PNBP) revenue to cover operating cost public service agency hospital. This study aims to determine the effect of patient occupancy rate (BOR), operational budget and activities of financial performance is based on the ability of non-tax revenue to cover operating costs hospital public service agencies in the province of Jakarta period 2011-2015. Descriptive analysis showed that: (a) the value of BOR at Hospital studied quite well with a range of over 60%, (b) the absorption of operational budget is considered quite efficient because it has a small difference from the budget, (c) the ratio of activity with time measurement average receivables collectible on average figures, The results of this study indicate that patient occupancy rate (BOR), and Budget operasionalof positive and significant impact on the financial performance Hospital General Services Agency activity while variable does not affect the financial performance of the Hospital
Indra Pahala, Lisa Rachmawati, Tresno Eka Jaya
Jurnal Wahana Akuntansi, Volume 12; doi:10.21009/wahana.012/1.3

Abstract:This study aimed to determine the effect of perception and motivation to Students Career Interests in Taxation of Departement of Accounting Faculty of Economics at the State University of Jakarta. This study used 75 students S1 Departement of Accounting, State University of Jakarta which is still active academic year 2010. Data used in this study is primary data and selection of samples using a convenience sampling method. The analytical tool used is multiple linear regression analysis at a significance level of 5%. The first phase of testing the validity and reliability of the statement of each variable. The second stage, performing variable regression perception and motivation towards a career in the field of taxation the interest of students. The results of testing the feasibility of the model shows that the two independent variables, namely perception and motivation affect the career interests of students in the field of taxation Accounting Department of Economics at the State University of Jakarta simultaneously.
Galih Estu Pranoto, Ratna Anggraini, Erika Takidah
Jurnal Wahana Akuntansi, Volume 12; doi:10.21009/wahana.012/1.2

Abstract:The purpose of this research is to find out the effect between the profitability, firm size, productivity, and auditor reputation toward rating sukuk. Rating sukuk is the dependent variables in this research were measured by scoring technique based on Pefindo’s rating. For the independent variables in this research, using profitability were measured by return of equity ratio, firm size were measured by natural logarithm of total asset, productivity were measured by comparison sales with employees, auditor reputation using dummy method. This research using secondary data which is non bank companies from Indonesian Stock Exchange Listed Company and rated by Pefindo in 2009-2013. While the sampling method used was purposive method which is overall 35 sample choose. This research uses logistic ordinal regression to test the hypothesis with SPSS computer program. The research result show that produktivity and auditor reputation partially have a significant negative influence toward rating sukuk, while profitability and firm size have no significant influence toward rating sukuk.
Nuramalia Hasanah, Rida Prihatni, Ayumastutiningsih Ayumastutiningsih
Jurnal Wahana Akuntansi, Volume 12; doi:10.21009/wahana.012/1.5

Abstract:This study aimed to examine the influence of temporary differences between accounting profit and tax, proprietary costs, and Liquidity toward earnings growth of the companies listed in Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) 2011-2012. The factors examined in this study are temporary differences between accounting profit and tax, proprietary costs, and liquidity as an independent variable, while earnings growth has the dependent variable. This study used a descriptive quantitative method using secondary data and the number of samples collected was thirty- eight (38) that have met the criteria the researchers used purposive sampling. From the data that has been collected and then processed and analyzed using multiple regression analysis with a significance level of 0.05. This research proves temporary differences between accounting profit and tax has no significant influence on earnings growth, proprietary cost has no significant influence on earnings growth, and liquidity has negatively significant influence earnings growth. Temporary differences between accounting profit and tax, proprietary costs, and liquidity together or simultaneously significant influence toward the earnings growth.
Fitri Novalia, Marsellisa Nindito
Published: 30 December 2016
Jurnal Wahana Akuntansi, Volume 11; doi:10.21009/10.21.009/wahana.011/2.1

Abstract:This research was intended to examine the influences of Accounting Conservatism and Economic Value Added toward Equity Valuation on manufacturing companies listed in Indonesia Stock Exchange. The independent variables used in this research were Accounting Conservatism and Economic Value Added. This research used secondary data that was obtained from the Indonesia Stock Exchange official website, which has been published in 2011 until 2013. The technique that was used to gather the sample was purposive sampling and there were 18 companies. Which all sample (N) in three years was 54 samples. Those 54 samples would analyse further in this research. The method used in this research was multiple linear regression analysis. The result of t-test showed that the first variable, accounting conservatism, had a negative and significant effect to equity valuation. The second variable, which was Economic Value Added, showed a positive and significant effect to equity valuation. The result of f-test accounting conservatism and Economic Value Added showed that both of them give simultaneously and significant effect to equity valuation. Key Words: Equity Valuation, Price Book Value, Accounting Conservatism, and Economic Value Added
Putu Widhiastina, Rida Prihatni
Published: 30 December 2016
Jurnal Wahana Akuntansi, Volume 11; doi:10.21009/10.21.009/wahana.011/2.3

Abstract:This study aimed to determine the influence of The Influence of return on asset, financial leverage, and size of company on underpricing. Underpricing is measured by division the difference between clossing prices and offering price with offering price, return on asset is measured by division net profit with total asset, financial leverage is measured by division total debt with total equity and size of company is mesured with total sales in annual report company. This study took a sample of initial public offering company listed in Indonesia Stock Exchange during the years 2010-2013. The data obtained by purposive sampling techniques and using multiple regression analysis. Simultaneous hypothesis testing result show that return on asset, financial leverage and company size simultaneously affect the underpricing. The partial hypothesis test result show that retun on asset, financial leverage and company size have a significant affect the underpricing. Keywords: Return On Assets, Financial Leverage, Company Size, Underpricing
Ati Sumiati, Ekky Karmila
Published: 30 December 2016
Jurnal Wahana Akuntansi, Volume 11; doi:10.21009/wahana.011/2.2

Abstract:Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui pengaruh CAR(CAR) dan Non-Performing Loan (NPL) terhadap Kinerja Keuangan Bank Umum Konvensional Periode 2013 – 2015. Penelitian ini menggunakan teknik non-probability sampling dan metode purposive sampling. Pengumpulan data menggunakan data sekunder, yaitu dengan mengambil data dari laporan tahunan masing-masing website bank umum konvensional. Populasi terjangkau dalam penelitian ini adalah Bank Umum Konvensional yang berjumlah 43 bank dengan sampel 39 bank. Teknik analisis data yang digunakan adalah uji normalitas, uji asumsi klasik, dan uji hipotesis. Berdasarkan hasil analisis data diketahui bahwa ada pengaruh positif antara CAR(CAR) dengan Kinerja Keuangan, sedangkannon-performing loan berpengaruh negatif terhadap Kinerja Keuangan. Secara simultan terdapat pengaruh antara CARdan Non-Performing Loan terhadap Kinerja Keuangan. Kata Kunci: Capital Adequacy Ratio (CAR), Non-Performing Loan (NPL), Kinerja Keuang
Joko Suryanto, Indra Pahala
Published: 30 December 2016
Jurnal Wahana Akuntansi, Volume 11; doi:10.21009/wahana.112.02

Abstract:This research aims to examine the effect of the relationship between firm size, profitability, solvency, public ownership, and the audit opinion on the timeliness of financial reporting. The dependent variable in the form of timekeeping company deliver the financial statements to the Stock Exchange. Meanwhile for the independent variables such as firm size measured by total asets of the company, profitability is measured by profit margin ratio, solvency measured by debt-to-equity ratio, public ownership is measured by the percentage of the number of shares owned by the community, and the audit opinion is measured with an unqualified opinion and otherwise unqualified. This study uses secondary data with population automotive companies and telecommunications components and annual financial statements issued on the Stock Exchange in the period 2010-2012. From the analysis conducted in this study it can be concluded that the size of the company significantly influence the timeliness of financial reporting. While profitability, solvency, public ownership, and the audit opinion does not affect the timeliness of financial reporting. Keywords: Company Size, Profitability, Solvency, Public Shareholding, Opinion Audit and Financial Reporting Timeliness.
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