The Tax Center Team of FIA gives Recommendation to Commission XI DPR RI

The Tax Center Team of the Faculty of Administrative Sciences (FIA) provided input to members of Commission XI of the Indonesian House of Representatives (DPR RI) regarding the draft bill on the Fifth Amendment to the KUP in a General Hearing Meeting, Monday (12/7/2021).

The ​​Tax Center team FIA, represented by Rosalita Rachma Agusti, emphasized the fulfillment of the tax system principles which includes equity/equality, ease of administration, and revenue productivity.

At the end of the presentation, Rosalita gave several recommendations regarding the 2021 tax reformation to the government based on considerations of strengthening the principle of justice in tax collection in Indonesia.

Some of these recommendations are strengthening the digitization of tax administration, strengthening the taxation ecosystem, strengthening databases (there are through Single Identity Numbers and big data) and strengthening the self-assessment system to improve voluntary compliance.

The leader of General Hearing Meeting (RDPU), Dolfie O.F.P. appreciate all input, opinions and views from all sources at the end of the meeting.

All inputs and views in the material presented by all speakers are expected to inspire and enrich the views of the members of KUP Draft Bill working committee.

Besides being attended by FIA ​​Tax Center, this activity was also attended by the Tax Center team of University of Indonesia, Gadjah Mada University, and Airlangga University.

The meeting was attended by the leaders and members of Commission XI of DPR RI, meeting members and representatives from each Tax Center.

The representative from the Tax Center of University of Indonesia is Vid Adrison, representative of the Tax Center of Gajah Mada University is Eko Suardi, and representative of the Tax Center of Universitas Airlangga is Yanuar Nugroho.

In this activity, each speaker gave an opinion regarding the points proposed for changes in the KUP Draft Bill.

The main points of changes in the KUP Draft Bill cover several things that are the material for changes to the KUP, material for changes to income tax, material for changing VAT, material for changing excise duty, imposition of carbon taxes, and programs to increase taxpayer compliance.

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