Tue, 15 May 2007
From: Tempo Interactive
By Tuesday, 15 May, 2007 | 16:26 WIB
TEMPO Interactive, Jakarta: The Tax Directorate General revealed several names of state officials who have not paid tax or submitted the Yearly Information (SPT) of Tax. “They also don't have a personal tax number (NPWP),” Tax Director General Darmin Nasution told reporters in Jakarta, yesterday (14/5).

Although he has pocketed the names, he refused to explain the identities of state officials who did not pay tax. He was also reluctant to give the details of institutions or departments of the officials who did not report their tax obligation by the Tax SPT because he will first report the cases to President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.

Regarding the names of civil officials of echelon IV up to I who neither have NPWP nor submitted Tax SPT, they will be reported to the respective ministry or state institutions. “This is a part of tax intensification to optimize the state revenue,” he said.

A House member, Andi Rahmat, said that the signals of state officials not paying tax have already been there a long time and this could happen. However, there is a possibility that the officials did not intend to break the law or avoid the obligation to pay tax.

The State officials generally have NPWPs. The problem is, he said, they are not accustomd to filling out Tax SPT. “Perhaps many ministers don't know how to fill out Tax SPT,” he said while mentioning that he already filled out his Tax SPT.

Therefore, he said that the Tax Directorate General must intensify the campaign of self assessment of tax much more. “Everybody must have an NPWP, especially those whose income exceeds the income that is tax-free,” he said.

He was sorry that Indonesia does not have a solid system yet like European countries which already implemented NPWP ownership. “In Europe, even people who want to make a call must show his or her NPWP, so they comply with the tax system,” he said.

He still supports the publication of the tax embezzlers. “The Tax Directorate General's findings must be revealed soon so that people feel the obligation to pay tax.”

Anton Aprianto | KURNIASIH BUDI | AGUS SUPRIYANTO


Tue, 15 May 2007
From: JakChat
Comment by Dilli
Only several! I am fucking gobsmacked, I thought they were just going to publish the government internal phone directory!


Wed, 16 May 2007
From: JakChat
Comment by KuKuKaChu
 Originally Posted By: Dilli
Only several!

my thoughts exactly on reading this article. most indonesian officials would think themselves far too important and influentual to have tax numbers and/or pay tax.


Wed, 16 May 2007
From: JakChat
Comment by naga
"The problem is, he said, they are not accustomd to filling out Tax SPT. “Perhaps many ministers don't know how to fill out Tax SPT,”..."

this may be the problem...useless,lazy c****s


Wed, 16 May 2007
From: JakChat
Comment by KuKuKaChu
 Originally Posted By: naga
"The problem is, he said, they are not accustomd to filling out Tax SPT. “Perhaps many ministers don't know how to fill out Tax SPT,”..."

which begs the question, if the nation's brightest and best cannot fill in the forms, what chance is there for us mere mortals??



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