Greater Jakarta: Almost half of luxury car owners evading tax
The Jakarta Post
Some 1,700 luxury cars in Jakarta have not been taxed this year, a city official has said.
Jakarta Tax Agency head Edi Sumantri said the potential income from the luxury car tax could be substantial as a single such car has a tax value of between Rp 100 million (US$ 7,486) and Rp 500 million. However, many owners have not paid their taxes.
“The average tax they have to pay is more ...
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