Bank transparency, data matching for tax purposes
Senior faculty member of the accounting and finance department at BINUS University, Jakarta
PREMIUM The government’s plan to issue a regulation in lieu of law (Perppu) concerning banking transparency, which includes allowing the tax authority to access taxpayers’ bank data, has sparked hot public debate. The proponents argue that such an initiative is critical, outlining the fact that the government has to comply with the Automatic Exchange of Information (AEOI) program, a global ...
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