Indonesia to impose 0.1% crypto tax starting in May: Report

The government is still reportedly considering how to implement crypto taxes, but legislation passed in response to the pandemic laid the groundwork. The Indonesian government is reportedly planning to charge a 0.1% capital gains tax on crypto investments as well as a value-added tax, or VAT, on digital asset transactions starting from May 1. According

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VAT and Electronic Transaction Tax for Overseas Digital Goods and Services

With Indonesia’s youth population amounting to 64,19 million where the age is maximum of 30 and filing nearly a quarter of the nation’s population, it is no wonder that the use of smartphones along with its internet access is rapidly increasing. This contributes heavily to the increasement of Southeast Asia’s youthful population that is also

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International Tax Strategy

With our team of experienced professionals in the area of International Taxation, our technical knowledge and practical experience will assist your company to make the best of every tax opportunities worldwide. You will also be able to avoid risks be informed of all consequences to any situations that may arise. Trust our team to give

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Fenomena Taksi Uber dan Implikasi Pajaknya

Taksi Uber adalah taksi yang memakai aplikasi modern dengan menggunakan mobil yang berplat warna hitam. Sejak pertengahan tahun 2014, taksi ini telah beroperasi di Indonesia. Uber sendiri merupakan aplikasi interaktif di Amerika Serikat, yang dapat digunakan dengan mudah via komputer atau smart phone yang menjadi mediasi untuk mempertemukan kebutuhan penumpang sebagai pengguna jasa dengan supir

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Could Uber Taxi’s Driver be treated as Dependant Agent?

On our article, Taxing Uber Taxi in Indonesia, Uber server is located in America, and is easy for them to move the server anywhere they liked, and also they don’t have any vehicles and employee in Indonesia. So the question is, how Indonesia could impose a tax to Uber? There is no place of management,

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Tax for Representative Office in Indonesia

Indonesia, as a country with a population of over 200 million, is an attractive market for foreign companies to expand its business for trade, services or other industry demands. In order to improve and secure the domestic products, the Ministry of Trade issued a regulation Number 10/M-DAG/PER/3/2006, which stipulates that foreign companies cannot trade in

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