Value Added Tax (VAT) is a tax levied on most goods and services in Indonesia. The standard rate is 10 per cent; however, some goods and services are paid at different rates ranging from 5 to 15 per cent according to Indonesian rules.
It should be noted that Indonesia levies a separate tax on goods and services when selling luxury goods, which ranges from 10 to 50 per cent.
As a rule, your business must be registered for VAT purposes when its annual income reaches 4.8 billion Indonesian rupees (approximately 360,000 USD).
If you are a business owner, you must register all staff.
If you work for a company, they will register you and issue you a social security card.
If you are a freelancer and would like to arrange medical coverage, you can register as an independent member of BPJS Social Security.
Tax registration process
Step 1. Submit the required VAT document to the IRS.
Step 2. Get VAT certificate
Step 3. Send for VAT accounting
Step 4. The VAT account (username and password) will be sent by email.
Send a message to the manager, pay conveniently and we will issue a document for you.