Tag: banking, banking in Indonesia, credit card, regulations, regulations in Indonesia, Taxes, taxes in indonesia
Oliviana HandayaniApr 12, 2017
The government will no longer want to see credit bills to assess taxes owed by expats. This come as new rules let authorities peer into overseas accounts.
Oliviana HandayaniApr 07, 2017
New banking rules will help authorities trade account data with overseas counterparts as part of an international effort to nab tax cheats.
Oliviana HandayaniMar 21, 2017
Indonesia’s tax amnesty policy is helping foreign property developers attract more interest from locals looking to buy property overseas.
Oliviana HandayaniMar 16, 2017
The Jakarta Provincial Government predicts that the city’s MRT project will end up raising property taxes by up to 30 percent in the areas where the train will...
Oliviana HandayaniMar 13, 2017
The government has given foreigners permission to own homes, but only under certain provisions. Now, buyers must pay a new form of sales tax on top.