JAKARTA. The performance of local tax revenue increased by 6.6% until the end of August 2023, compared to the same period in 2022.
According to Minister of Finance Sri Mulyani, local tax growth was driven by consumptive tax revenues such as hotel tax, entertainment tax, restaurant tax, and parking tax.
In detail, the amount of hotel tax collected reached IDR 6.05 trillion, restaurant tax IDR 9.86 trillion, entertainment tax IDR 1.46 trillion, and parking tax IDR 909.7 billion.
Regarding hotel tax revenue, Bali is the region that experienced the highest growth, reaching 240.4% to IDR 2.3 trillion.
In addition, in aggregate Bali is also the region that recorded the highest growth in local tax revenue of 81.2%. Much higher than other provinces, even DKI Jakarta which only grew 11.8%.
In addition to local tax revenue, according to government records, several other sources of local revenue also experienced growth. First, local retribution whose realization amounted to IDR 5.16 trillion.
Then, the results of the Separated Local Asset Management (PKD) of IDR 10.05 trillion and other legitimate local revenues of IDR 36.26 trillion.
Local retribution revenue experienced a growth of 4.23% compared to the same period in 2022. This was driven by revenue from business service fees and certain licensing fees.
Meanwhile, separated PKD revenue grew by 3.97% due to an increase in profits distributed to the government for capital participation in Regional-Owned Enterprises and privately owned companies.
Then, other legal Local Own-Source Revenue (PAD) actually fell by 6.5% due to the contraction of revenue from the Regional Public Service Agency (BLUD). (ASP/KEN)