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Tax incentive policy is considered as important policy and became one of the drivers in the development of philanthropy and nonprofit sector in different countries.
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  • Key Speaker :
    Ken Dwijugiasteadi, Plt. Direktur Jenderal Pajak *
  • Date :
    15 December 2015
    12:00 to 16:00
    Room Rinjani, KSI Office, Ratu Plaza Office Tower floor 9, Jl. Sudirman No. 9 Jakarta
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Knowledge Sharing Session28-12-2016

How Far Incentives Taxation Improve Philanthropy Indonesia?

Tax incentive policy is considered as important policy and became one of the drivers in the development of philanthropy and  nonprofit sector in different countries. In general, tax incentives is granted to non-profit organizations in the form of tax exemption (tax exemption) and to contributors in the form of deduction from taxable income (tax deduction). This policy is applied in order to support and to appreciate role of philanthropic organizations / non-profit and the donors who have helped the government in providing social services and addressing social problems.

In Indonesia, the tax incentive policies have been implemented and regulated Law No. 36 Year 2008 on Income Tax, as well as regulated in detail in Government Regulation No. 93 Year 2010 and the Minister of Finance Regulation No.76 / PMK.3 / 2011. Unfortunately, this tax incentive policy cannot be used optimally by the philanthropic and non-profit organizations as well as the grantor. In addition because of their lack of knowledge about this tax incentive policies, some provisions in it also considered unclear and become an obstacle in the implementation of the policy.

To improve understanding of the policy of tax incentives and encourage the optimization of the implementation of the policy, the Knowledge Sector Initiative (KSI) in collaboration with the Association of Philanthropy Indonesia (PFI) invite you to become participants in Knowledge Sharing with the theme of "How Far Incentives Taxation Improve Philanthropy Indonesia?" which will be held on:

Day / Date       : Tuesday, December 15, 2015
Time                : 12:00 to 16:00 pm
Place                : Room Rinjani, KSI Office,
Ratu Plaza Office Tower floor 9, Jl. Sudirman No. 9 Jakarta

Speakers:

  • Ken Dwijugiasteadi, Plt. Direktur Jenderal Pajak *
  • Prof. Haula Rosdiana, Guru Besar Bidang ilmu kebijakan Perpajakan FISIP UI
  • Runi Tusita, Tax Director PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers) Indonesia *
  • Linda Hoemar Abidin, Pengurus KSI (Koalisi seni Indonesia)
  • MS Sembiring, Direktur Eksekutif Yayasan Kehati (Keanekaragaman Hayati)

For more information, contact: knowledgesharing@ksi-indonesia.org.



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