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Funds Repatriation Tax Amnesty Survive

By administrator | January 25, 2019 | Tax.
Funds Repatriation Tax Amnesty

Illustration: Funds Repatriation Tax Amnesty

Sri Mulyani Sure Funds Repatriation Tax Amnesty Survive, amidst No New Instruments. Time of parking funds tax amnesty at home aliased holding period coming to an end this year. However, the Government does not seem to worry those funds will soon go up again. “Sure our economic conditions are stable while maintaining the trust of investors these funds remain in Indonesia, ” explained Finance Minister Sri Mulyani, Wednesday (23/1). Though confident enough, Sri Mulyani will still see the movement of the funds, regarding number and its utilization. The goal of these funds remain within the country.

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At the same time, the Director General of Tax (DJP) Ministry of Finance (Kemkeu) Robert Pakpahan explains Government confident enough because during this continuous inflows of capital in financial assets (inflow). “It shows Interestingly enough, Indonesia’s economy without rules come himself.”. In addition, the condition of the Garuda is quite interesting. In view of the level of interest rates and the success of keeping the rupiah did not depreciate. “Optimistic though that fund free will not hurriedly go because investment in Indonesia’s interest,” he added.

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Repatriation of funds totaling around IDR 140 Trillion. By law a Tax Amnesty, those funds should be implanted in Indonesia for three years. After this period then the owner of free funds put their money abroad or stay in the country.

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