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Apindo: Refuse Retained Earnings Tax Policy

By administrator | July 11, 2018 | Tax.

Apindo: Refuse Retained Earnings Tax Policy. Government’s plan to give tax on retained earnings has gained rejections from several business groups. Furthermore, this includes Indonesia business association (Apindo) that rates this regulation. Moreover, it will be counterproductive with the government’s plan to create a healthier business environment. Indonesia retailer association (Aprindo) also thinks that the.

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Tax Revenue Realization Reach 32%

By administrator | July 4, 2018 | Tax.

Tax Revenue Realization Reach 32%. As well as, excise tax revenue realization has reached IDR50.21Trn in 1H18, equal to 32.32% of FY18 targeted government budget which amounted to IDR155.4Trn. Tax revenue was dominated by tobacco excise revenue of IDR47.76Trn whereas the remaining amount came from ethil alcohol beverage and ethil alcohol of IDR2.37Trn and IDR0.07Trn,.

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Government: Commodities Non Tax Revenue in 2019

By administrator | July 4, 2018 | Tax.

Government: Commodities Non Tax Revenue in 2019. As well as, the government is expecting the prices of the main contributors of non-tax revenue – oil and coal – to increase next year. The government had earned IDR145Trn, or USD10Bn, in non-tax revenue, achieving 52% of the FY18 targeted of IDR275Trn. Growth in non-tax revenue was.

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Oil Gas State Non Tax Revenue Raise 34.7%

By administrator | July 3, 2018 | Tax.

Oil Gas State Non Tax Revenue Raise 34.7%. Indonesia’s oil and gas state non-tax revenue in 5M18 increased by 34.7%, supported by the increase in crude oil price. Average Indonesia Crude Oil Price (ICP) data in 5M18 was USD65.79/Barrell, up from USD49.95/Barrell in 5M17. In detail, non-tax revenues from crude oil was IDR59.58Trn while natural.

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Government: Indonesia Taxpayer Ratio Increase in 2017

By administrator | January 8, 2018 | Tax.

Government: Indonesia Taxpayer Ratio Increase in 2017. As well as, Indonesia’s Tax General Directorate claimed that 12.05mn people submitted their taxes, or 72.6% out of 16.6mn taxpayers in 2017. Although it falls short from the target of 75%, it represents an increase from 2016 when the ratio was 63.15% out of 20mn taxpayers. The number.

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Ministry: Energy Mineral Resources Revenues

By administrator | January 3, 2018 | Tax.

Ministry: Energy Mineral Resources Revenues. As well as, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources predicts to account IDR129.1trn from energy and mineral sector or equal to 49.64% of FY17 non-tax state revenues which amounting to IDR260trn. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources also predicts that FY17 non-tax state revenues higher compared to FY16 and FY15.

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Digital Good will be Subjected to Customs Duty in 1M18

By administrator | December 12, 2017 | Tax.

According to Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs, Indonesia may collect customs duty on digital goods in line with the end of the tax moratorium on digital goods from World Trade Organization (WTO) in December 2017. The amount of customs duty will be applied as trade of conventional goods, which applied to goods valued above USD100..

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Government to Fulfill Tax Revenue

By administrator | November 29, 2017 | Tax.

The government is still working to this year’s tax revenue, in order to meet the target set in the budget of the State Expenditure and Income Changes (APBNP) 2017 of IDR1,283.57trn. Currently, tax revenue recorded had accumulated of IDR858.05trn or 66.8% from APBNP 2017. This data is from January to October 30, 2017. According to.

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September Exports Moderate, Imports Pick Up

By administrator | October 20, 2017 | Tax.

Exports moderated to a growth of 15.6% YoY in September, following an increase of 19.2% in August. This was led by weakening non-oil & gas exports. Moving forward, we envisage the export of goods and services to return to a growth of 10% in 2017, vis-a-vis the -3.5% recorded in 2016. This is on the.

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