Jakarta, Klinik Farma – The new taxation system that is being created by the Directorate General of Revenue (DGT), the main tax system, will contain more than just pre-filled tax return (SPT) data.
This complex system, which will be implemented from May 1, 2024, will also provide an e-tax account. This taxpayer account will contain financial transactions and taxpayer data that can be used to support the pre-filled SPT. A pre-populated SPT is an SPT that is auto-populated.
Finance Minister Ivan Giuniardi’s expert staff for tax regulation and law enforcement said the main tax system has three types of data. First, real-time data validation. This data includes KSWP data or Proof of Taxpayer Status. Secondly, it is data on excised evidence.
“This data is not in real time, but periodically. Not always in real time. For example, PEB customs data, bank data, hold confirmation, data from employers. This is what is pre-filled,” he said on Tuesday (August 8, 2023). ).
This pre-filled data will be automatically deleted and included in your annual tax return. Thirdly, it is third-party data. This data is loaded to verify the correctness of the SPT data. If you buy a car or motorcycle, Iwan guarantees that this will be entered into the data of third parties.
This data is sent to the taxpayer’s personal account. A taxpayer account is an integrated application or system within the main tax that contains tax data for taxpayers (WP), such as tax payments, SPT reporting history, tax debt, tax receivables, and all taxable financial transactions. Ivan said that taxpayers can access this data online.
“This taxpayer data will be collected regularly,” he added.
According to him, the state personnel authorities can also get access to profile data in the taxpayer’s office. In this way, the government and government agencies can track the lifestyle, tax profiles, examination work papers (KKP) and employee transactions.
Even if there are findings about the alleged crime, these data can be used before the trial.
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