JAKARTADAILY.ID – As of Friday, February 4, 2022, The Ministry of Finance reported that 10,227 taxpayers had participated in the Voluntary Disclosure Program (PPS), almost the same as the tax amnesty.
The amount of assets disclosed is also quite significant, reaching almost Rp 10 trillion. This is a list of previously unreported taxpayer property.
PPS has also succeeded in collecting tax revenues of more than Rp 1 trillion and into the state treasury. This was conveyed by the Minister of Finance of the Republic of Indonesia Sri Mulyani Indrawati in her Instagram account, @smindrawati, from Medan, North Sumatra, Saturday.
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“Who lives in Medan? Did you know that Medan is one of the big cities with high tax potential?” said the Minister of Finance when recounting his meeting with prominent taxpayers in Medan City, North Sumatra, last Friday.
“On that occasion, I invite taxpayers to take advantage of the tax facilities provided by the Law on Harmonization of Tax Regulations or the HPP Law. Why? Because taxes are an important instrument to maintain strong state finances. The presence of the HPP Law can realize a fair, healthy, effective tax system, and of course, it can make it easier for taxpayers to fulfill their obligations," said Sri Mulyani.
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One of the facilities that can be utilized is PPS taxpayers. Through PPS, it is hoped that taxpayer compliance can be further improved, so as to create a strong and resilient Indonesian economy. "If the level of tax compliance continues to increase, I am optimistic that Indonesia can become the country with the 4th largest economy in the world," she concluded.
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