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4 July 2018
​​ Personal tax residence in Indonesia is not based solely on the existence of a work permit and it has broader implications than many are aware .
4 July 2018
​​ The end of September marked the implementation deadline for 49 countries that had committed to the Automatic Exchange of Information (AEOI) under the Common Reporting Standard (CRS).
3 July 2018
​​ For senior executives, it can be difficult to walk the line between running a competitive business while also enforcing strong measures to reduce potential risks of bribery, fraud or corruption activity.
19 March 2018
Penerbitan obligasi daerah dapat menjadi instrumen alternatif yang menjadi inovasi kepala daerah dalam pembiayaan pembangunan infrastruktur yang nantinya dapat meningkatkan daya saing daerah.
19 October 2017
The Indonesian tax implications of investments overseas by Indonesian tax residents (including expatriates) are not as obvious as you might think.
19 October 2017
In recent months, a series of international agreements have been signed by the Government and regulations issued directed at minimizing tax evasion. These provoke the question – “Is this the end to tax planning?”
19 October 2017
Too often we hear the term ‘innovate or die’,  off course we don’t want our business to die, and we choose to innovate. But do we really know how we embark this journey?
19 October 2017
ED PSAK 72 specifies the accounting treatment for all revenue arising from contracts with customers. It replaces all existing PSAK dealt with revenue recognition. The core principle in ED PSAK 72 is that an entity will recognize revenue at an amount...
19 October 2017
The new Accounting Standards now introduce a different impairment model. Under the new standard the impairment model used is the expected credit loss impairment model.
19 October 2017
Mostly Top level management still thinks that the Business Continuity  Management (BCM) is an IT issue and IT Organization is the one who is responsible to handle that.

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