24 Dec 2018
E-commerce poses a challenge to establishing a viable tax system.Â Â The Indonesian Directorate General of Taxes have yet to establish a viable data collection system on the number of active e-commerce business persons and how much they earn annually.Â Â The main question to be discussed here is how tax income regulation in Indonesia responds to e-commerce activities, taking into consideration the existing self-assessment system? The author shall attempt to answer this question by using a juridical normative approach. This research leads to one recommendation, i.e. to improve government revenue from e-commerce tax in Indonesia a rule should be established obligating e-commerce actors to obtain certificate of reliability (trust mark). This will improve government and public monitoring capability.
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