Taxpayers in Indonesia must file their tax returns by March 31. This can be done online or through a registered tax office.
Indonesia has pledged to make the SEZs a policy priority to attract foreign investment – further facilitated through its tax incentive programs.
Indonesia’s GR 37/2021 introduces the country’s first ever unemployment benefit program, which provides cash stipends and training to the unemployed.
Malaysia’s government has introduced several income tax amendments that will impact individual taxpayers for 2021.
Malaysia uses both progressive and flat rates for personal income tax, depending on an individual’s duration and type of work in the country. Read on to learn more.
It is important for foreign workers to understand their tax liabilities in Indonesia, and to be able to determine which tax law regime will be applicable to them along with exemptions that may bring.