While Finance Minister wake Mother & Son to Pay Taxes

Finance Minister Agustin Martowardojo reveal the reasons behind the theme The Role of Mother and Child In Paying Tax Increase Public Awareness in the charging circuit returns this time period to provide an understanding of the importance of paying taxes in the family.

“We picked the theme of the role of mother and child in paying taxes to provide an understanding of the importance of taxes in the family,” said Agus Marto said in his speech at the Tax Directorate General Building, Jalan Gatot Subroto, Jakarta, Friday (18/03/2011).

Both the icon, clear Agus is a form of a family. “A mother is very important in managing their household needs, while children are the future generation,” Agus “So we expect all family members have the burden to pay taxes,” he added.

President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and Vice President Boediono as well as the Chairman of the State Agency and the Minister today to fill tax returns private, in the office of the Directorate General of Taxation (DGT).

With the filling SPT is expected to be a momentum for the taxpayer for the entire Indonesian society. DGT own today and is continuously trying to take steps in order to provide the best possible service to the community, especially in the field of taxation.

One form of service to taxpayers is the submission of annual tax returns income tax through a drop box facility. SPT delivery service through the drop box provided at various places such as in shopping malls and office buildings.

Through the drop box service level indicator is increased taxpayer compliance. Before 2008, the level of taxpayer compliance in submitting tax returns are still below 40 percent of registered taxpayers.

In 2008, the level of compliance with submission of individual income tax returns has reached 52.08 percent, while for Fiscal Year 2009, has reached 58.16 percent. Taxpayer Compliance in submitting annual tax returns Personal Income Tax Tax Year 2010, the high hopes it would become common.

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