Over the past four years, the Indonesian Directorate General of Tax (DGT) has been placing great focus on the tax potential from related-party transactions within multinational groups of companies. The DGT has issued regulations on transfer pricing guidelines, developed its human resources, equipped itself with commercial database, and undertaken audits particularly when there are intercompany transactions. Sri Wahyuni of SF Consulting provides an overview of the changes and explains what taxpayers need to do to guard against audit.
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