DGT Provides Some Extended Filing Dates in Response to the Coronavirus Situation

DGT Provides Extended Filing Dates due to Covid-19


Our GMS Bulletin this month highlights DGT’s measures related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The government has instructed all Indonesian citizens to stay home for two weeks to reduce the spread of the coronavirus. Accordingly, many offices, including the tax offices, are implementing working from home policy. Some tax return due dates, including the 2019 Individual Income Tax Return due date, is extended up to 30 April 2020.

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