DDTC's Wholehearted Support in Learning Tax in the Land of the Kangaroo

DDTC’s Wholehearted Support in Learning Tax in the Land of the Kangaroo

MELBOURNE, DDTCNews – I was overwhelmed with great pride and a sense of achievement when I had the opportunity to present my research results in an international conference both as a student and as a lecturer.

I am Silvy Christina, a student of the University of Indonesia who currently works as a lecturer at Trisakti School of Management. The desire to teach and learn taxation compelled me to attend an international conference some time ago in the Land of the Kangaroo. Additionally, performing a research and attending both national and international conferences is one of the requirements a lecturer is obliged to fulfil.

Having obtained information about this conference from my mentor, I began to search for more information about this conference and was very interested. The conference was titled “Australasian Tax Teachers’ Association (ATTA) Conference 2018” and its theme was “Sharing the Burden – Tax  Reform’s Shifting Winners & Losers” held at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. The paper I presented in this conference was none other than my thesis entitled “The Effect of Tax Aggressiveness on Debt Policy with Independent Board as Moderating Variable”.

The first stage I had to go through was the paper abstract submission. Having waited for several days, I received an email informing me that my abstract had been accepted and I was invited to present it at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. I then conveyed this news to my mentor and received extraordinary support.

Nonetheless, due to financial limitations, he then introduced me to DDTC Indonesia to obtain support or sponsorship. Afterwards I sent a proposal and had a discussion with Partner of Tax Research and Training Services, Bawono Kristiaji, regarding the paper and the completeness of the sponsorship and finally the sponsorship proposal I submitted was approved by DDTC. I was elated to be able to attend the conference, thanks to DDTC.

I departed from Soekarno Hatta Airport on Monday (15/01) morning. ATTA Conference 2018 was held for three days, on 17 – 19 January 2018. The first day, second and third day activities were in general the same, i.e. registration of conference participants, opening speech and presentations from conference participants divided into different rooms with a variety topics.

I was given the opportunity to deliver my presentation on the third day. My presentations went well and I was able to answer a number questions. Moreover, I also received some feedback for further research.

I gained so much experience throughout this conference, other than new experience, getting acquainted with extraordinary new people, new knowledge in the world of taxation in various countries, I also attained writing feedback for further research.

I would like to thank my mentor, Christine Tjen for her support for me to be able to attend this conference. Thank you Trisakti School of Management for supporting my departure in this activity, and last but not least, allow me to convey my gratitude to DDTC Indonesia for giving me substantial financial and mora support hence I was able to go and attend this extraordinary conference. Success always DDTC Indonesia! DDTC is Great!

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MELBOURNE, DDTCNews – I was overwhelmed with great pride and a sense of achievement when I had the opportunity to present my research results in an international conference both as a student and as a lecturer.

I am Silvy Christina, a student of the University of Indonesia who currently works as a lecturer at Trisakti School of Management. The desire to teach and learn taxation compelled me to attend an international conference some time ago in the Land of the Kangaroo. Additionally, performing a research and attending both national and international conferences is one of the requirements a lecturer is obliged to fulfil.

Having obtained information about this conference from my mentor, I began to search for more information about this conference and was very interested. The conference was titled “Australasian Tax Teachers’ Association (ATTA) Conference 2018” and its theme was “Sharing the Burden – Tax  Reform’s Shifting Winners & Losers” held at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. The paper I presented in this conference was none other than my thesis entitled “The Effect of Tax Aggressiveness on Debt Policy with Independent Board as Moderating Variable”.

The first stage I had to go through was the paper abstract submission. Having waited for several days, I received an email informing me that my abstract had been accepted and I was invited to present it at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. I then conveyed this news to my mentor and received extraordinary support.

Nonetheless, due to financial limitations, he then introduced me to DDTC Indonesia to obtain support or sponsorship. Afterwards I sent a proposal and had a discussion with Partner of Tax Research and Training Services, Bawono Kristiaji, regarding the paper and the completeness of the sponsorship and finally the sponsorship proposal I submitted was approved by DDTC. I was elated to be able to attend the conference, thanks to DDTC.

I departed from Soekarno Hatta Airport on Monday (15/01) morning. ATTA Conference 2018 was held for three days, on 17 – 19 January 2018. The first day, second and third day activities were in general the same, i.e. registration of conference participants, opening speech and presentations from conference participants divided into different rooms with a variety topics.

I was given the opportunity to deliver my presentation on the third day. My presentations went well and I was able to answer a number questions. Moreover, I also received some feedback for further research.

I gained so much experience throughout this conference, other than new experience, getting acquainted with extraordinary new people, new knowledge in the world of taxation in various countries, I also attained writing feedback for further research.

I would like to thank my mentor, Christine Tjen for her support for me to be able to attend this conference. Thank you Trisakti School of Management for supporting my departure in this activity, and last but not least, allow me to convey my gratitude to DDTC Indonesia for giving me substantial financial and mora support hence I was able to go and attend this extraordinary conference. Success always DDTC Indonesia! DDTC is Great!

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