Domestic Tax Compliance
Requests for Non-Effective Status as Individual Taxpayer
- September 5, 2023
- Posted by: Lutfia Anggraeni
- Categories: Domestic Tax Compliance, Individual Income Tax Return
Cryptocurrency as Assets and Income: Understanding Your Tax Responsibilities
- September 4, 2023
- Posted by: Fathiya Fadila
- Categories: Cryptocurrency, Domestic Tax Compliance, Fintech, Income Tax, Individual Income Tax Return, Monthly Tax Compliance
Tax Perspective on Peer-to-Peer Lending
- May 12, 2023
- Posted by: Mirna Wahyu Safitri
- Categories: Bank-Finance, Domestic Tax Compliance, Fintech, General Corporate Tax, Income Tax, VAT
Activation and Implementation of e-PBK
- May 5, 2023
- Posted by: Inggita Nadiah Arifira
- Categories: Domestic Tax Compliance, e-PBK
The DGT has officially implemented online overbooking (e-PBk) nationwide. e-PBK is an application for submitting the overbooking request electronically as an alternative to submitting an application letter for the overbooking (PBK) by paper.
Understanding Hostage-Taking as the Implementation of Ultimum Remedium in Tax Collection
- May 3, 2023
- Posted by: Baeti Romaniah
- Categories: Domestic Tax Compliance, PPSWP, Ultimum Remedium
In legal terminology, there is a principle called Ultimum Remedium, which means that criminal law should be used as a last resort in enforcing the law. This principle is also adopted in Indonesian Tax Law.
Understanding Taxation for Influencers
- April 22, 2023
- Posted by: Tiara Rahmadianti Alawi
- Categories: Domestic Tax Compliance, Income Tax, Income Tax Article 21, Income Tax Article 23, Individual Income Tax Return, UU KUP
Through Social Network Analytics (SONETA) system, DGT can view and compare PPh and VAT data on social media. DGT also optimizes DGT Enterprise search to analyze taxpayers, such as family members, assets to company ownership.
Tax Perspectives on Donations
- April 18, 2023
- Posted by: Muhammad Sabil Ahsani
- Categories: Domestic Tax Compliance, Income Tax, Individual Income Tax Return, Minister of Finance Regulation Number 76/PMK.03/2011
Donations are costs which incurred voluntarily and without any coercion. Under Indonesian tax regulations, donations costs are not allowed to be deducted when calculating taxable income.