New Tax Facilities on Goods and Services Required to Address COVID-19 and Revision on 2020 State Budget

New Tax Facilities on Goods and Services Required to Address COVID-19 and Revision on 2020 State Budget

Newsletter - New Tax Facilities on Goods and Services Required to Address COVID-19 and Revision on 2020 State Budget

DDTC Newsletter Vol.03 | No.08

16 April 2020

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The spread of COVID-19 which has not declined has made the Government of Indonesia expand the relaxation of taxes, customs, and excise provisions to address pandemic. Some relaxations are in the form of VAT, STLGs, and import duty incentives on goods and services required to counter outbreak and tax incentives for companies that receive Bonded Zone facilities and ease of KITE. This newsletter also reviews the provisions relating to the changes in the periods for various services provided by the DGT, DGCE, and the Tax Court due to the extension of force majeure period. Moreover, this edition reviews taxation target in the revised posture of 2020 State Budget.


Contents

  • Tax Facilities on Goods and Services Required to Address COVID-19 Pandemic
  • The DGT’s Face-to-Face Services Suspension Extended
  • Changes to the Supervision and Service System in the Excise Sector
  • Revision of Tax Revenues in the 2020 State Budget Posture
  • Extended Temporary Suspension of Trial Proceedings at the Tax Court
  • Implementing Regulations on Tax Incentives for Taxpayers Affected by COVID-19
  • Customs Treatment of Differences in Weight and/or Volume of Imported and Exported Bulk Goods
  • Extended Implementation Period of Taxation Rights and Obligations
  • Incentives for Companies Receiving Bonded Zone Facilities and Ease of KITE
  • Implementation of Tax Administration Services in Force Majeure Due to COVID-19

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Newsletter - New Tax Facilities on Goods and Services Required to Address COVID-19 and Revision on 2020 State Budget

DDTC Newsletter Vol.03 | No.08

16 April 2020

Total Downloads 1832

The spread of COVID-19 which has not declined has made the Government of Indonesia expand the relaxation of taxes, customs, and excise provisions to address pandemic. Some relaxations are in the form of VAT, STLGs, and import duty incentives on goods and services required to counter outbreak and tax incentives for companies that receive Bonded Zone facilities and ease of KITE. This newsletter also reviews the provisions relating to the changes in the periods for various services provided by the DGT, DGCE, and the Tax Court due to the extension of force majeure period. Moreover, this edition reviews taxation target in the revised posture of 2020 State Budget.


Contents

  • Tax Facilities on Goods and Services Required to Address COVID-19 Pandemic
  • The DGT’s Face-to-Face Services Suspension Extended
  • Changes to the Supervision and Service System in the Excise Sector
  • Revision of Tax Revenues in the 2020 State Budget Posture
  • Extended Temporary Suspension of Trial Proceedings at the Tax Court
  • Implementing Regulations on Tax Incentives for Taxpayers Affected by COVID-19
  • Customs Treatment of Differences in Weight and/or Volume of Imported and Exported Bulk Goods
  • Extended Implementation Period of Taxation Rights and Obligations
  • Incentives for Companies Receiving Bonded Zone Facilities and Ease of KITE
  • Implementation of Tax Administration Services in Force Majeure Due to COVID-19

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