The financial disclosure law passes: What's next?
Staff member at the Directorate General of Taxation at the Finance Ministry
The law ushering in a new era of the government’s ability to access financial information for tax purposes has passed its final hurdle at the House. This means that banks and other financial institutions will soon start transmitting their customers’ data to the Directorate General of Taxation (DGT) on an annual basis, as well as on request.
With this law, the gover...
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