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Annual Tax Report

The annual tax report is a mandatory report that must be completed each year as a form of responsibility from taxpayers, regardless of whether they are paid workers or business owners.

Indonesia has its own system of tax laws. Aside from assisting the state in data collection, regular tax filing will allow you and your company to conduct business activities legitimately and prevent potential legal issues in the future.

Requirements From Applicant for Annual Tax Report

  1. Color scan KTP or Passport of shareholders as a Company Director
  2. Company Director Mobile Number
  3. Company Director Tax Identification Number Card (NPWP)
  4. Company Documents
  5. Company Register Number/NIB (Nomor Induk Berusaha)
  6. Color Scan Company Tax Identification Number Card (NPWP)
  7. Company EFIN Password
  8. Company Email Address and Password
  9. Income and Expense Report
  10. Company Bank Statement
Why should you do an annual tax report?
  1. Maintain Good Standing By fulfilling your tax reporting obligations, you maintain a good standing with the tax authorities, which can be beneficial for your business reputation and future dealings with government agencies.
  2. Ensure Financial Transparency
    Regular tax reporting provides transparency regarding your company’s financial activities and tax liabilities, which is essential for stakeholders, investors, and creditors.
  3. Access to Government Services
    Fulfilling tax obligations may be a prerequisite for accessing certain government services, incentives, or benefits available to businesses in Indonesia.
  4. Build Trust with Partner
    Demonstrating commitment to tax compliance can enhance trust and credibility with business partners, clients, and suppliers, fostering stronger relationships and collaboration opportunities.

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Frequently Ask Questions (FAQ)

If you work in Indonesia and earn income, you are required to file a tax return every year. The next entity required for filing taxes is a company incorporated in Indonesia, regardless of whether no business activities are conducted.

Companies and individuals have different deadlines for filing yearly tax returns.  Individuals must file yearly tax returns in March, while businesses must file in April following the calendar year.

Fines will be imposed on taxpayers who fail to report their annual taxes. Late tax report leads to a fine 2% interest every month on the payable tax and an administration fee along with it.

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*All payment transactions performed will be converted to Indonesian Rupiah (IDR).

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