DJP Eyes 1 Million Taxpayers whose SPT Data is Different from Real Assets

The Directorate General of Taxes (DGT) revealed that there were 1 million taxpayers who recorded data discrepancies between the Annual Tax Return (SPT) reports and the actual conditions as of December 31, 2020. It is important to note that the authorities already have access to the financial data of taxpayers through banks. and other sources.

Director-General of Taxes Suryo Utomo also invites taxpayers who are in the spotlight above to take part in the voluntary disclosure program (PPS) which will last until June 30, 2022.

“We have sent letters by email address to more than 1 million [taxpayers] who have differences between SPT and assets as of December 31, 2020,” said Suryo at the Socialization event of Law 7/2021 concerning Harmonization of Tax Regulations (HPP), Tuesday ( 19/19). /4/2022).

Furthermore, Suryo said the appeal had been distributed from various tax service offices (KPP). Suryo said that at each KPP, the number of taxpayers who have differences in their Annual SPT data with their actual assets can reach 6,000 taxpayers.

“The time for PPS implementation is less than 2 months. So there is a voluntary disclosure program that runs from January to June, please join us immediately,” said Suryo.

For information, PPS will take place from January 1, 2022, to June 30, 2022. Suryo said that until April 19, 2022, at 07.00 WIB, the number of PPS participants was 37,872 taxpayers. This number consists of 8,641 PPS policy I participants and 34,789 PPS policy II participants.

The total assets disclosed by tens of thousands of taxpayers reached Rp. 65.94 trillion, with details of the types of assets originating from cash and cash equivalents of Rp. 53.46 trillion, and non-cash of Rp. 12.47 trillion.

From the disclosure of these assets, the DGT has collected state revenues in the form of income tax (PPh) worth Rp6.71 trillion, including Rp3.22 trillion from policy participants I PPS and Rp3.5 trillion from policy participants II PPS.

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