Indonesia: New electronic tax payment system, mandatory after June 2016

Indonesia: New electronic tax payment system

Tax payments in Indonesia—made after 30 June 2016—must be made using a new electronic tax payment system.

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Since 2011, the Directorate General of Tax has envisioned an electronic tax payment system. The launch of a new electronic billing system (known as “MPN-G2”) helped make the electronic tax payment system a reality. 

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As with many new programs, this electronic tax payment system is not without certain challenges. Taxpayers need to be familiar with the new system and its advantages and disadvantages, in order to make timely tax payments.

 

Read a January 2016 report prepared by the KPMG member firm in Indonesia: KPMG Indonesia update on the new Electronic Tax Payment System

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