Indonesian Tax Office Hands Over One Billion Rupiah Tax Avoidance Suspect

Indonesian Tax Office Hands Over One Billion Rupiah Tax Avoidance Suspect

JAYAPURA, LELEMUKU.COM - The Tax Office in the Papua, West Papua and Maluku Region (Papabrama) handed over the suspect with the initials HD to the District Attorney's Office in Nabire Regency on Wednesday, June 23, 2021.

The head of the Papabrama Regional Office, Arridel Mindra, said the handover of the suspect could be carried out after cooperation between them and the local Police and the High Prosecutor's Office.

"The case file has been declared complete by the Research Prosecutor," he said at a press conference in Jayapura, Monday (28/6/2021).

HD is the President Director of a company called PT TLJ. He is alleged to have committed a tax crime, namely intentionally submitting a Periodic Value Added Tax Return and/or information whose contents are incorrect or incomplete, and intentionally not depositing the collected tax into the state treasury.

"This was done by the perpetrators from February 2016 to December 2017. This action caused a loss of state revenue of Rp. 1,701 billion," he explained.

Furthermore, Assistant Special Crimes, Alexander Sinuraya said that the suspect had violated the General Provisions and Tax Procedures with the threat of a minimum sentence of 6 months and a maximum of 6 years and a fine of at least twice the amount of tax losses committed, a maximum of four times. (Edy Batlayeri)

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