The tense geopolitical factor in the Crimean Peninsula has become a new trigger for global economic and political issues. The year 2022 begins with Russia's aggression against Ukraine, which has repercussions around the globe. Starting from the food and energy crises in Europe, supply chain disruptions, high inflation, to presenting the threat of recession in many nations.
Despite being overshadowed by the risk of global uncertainty, the pace of Indonesia's economy so far has been quite impressive, with an average growth of over 5% in the last three quarters. It must be admitted that the National Economic Recovery (PEN) Program has been quite successful in preserving economic stability during the pandemic.
Invasion and Inflation Overshadow Tax and Economic Performance
2022 Time to Take Off
Goodbye 2021, Welcome to the New International Tax Regime
Independence and the fate of Indonesia's taxes after the pandemic
Driving Compliance Through Artificial Intelligence
A New Year, The Same Uncertainty
The Fate of the Digital Tax Consensus After the US Election
Pandemic and Recession Test Indonesian Independence
Tax Challenges Amid Pandemic and Crisis
Disclosing "Silent Operation" of PPATK in Saving The State Money
Robert Pakpahan's Final Task: A Quiet End
Hunting Tax Amid Fintech Business Growth
Inexpensive Tax Boosts MSME's Compliance?
Tax guide Edisi 16 2018
Tax Guide Edisi 16 English
Tax guide Edisi 15 2018