Collaborating with the Regional Office of the Director General of Taxes of East Java 1, New Students of Perbanas are Invited to Tax Awareness
The STIE Perbanas Surabaya Tax Center in collaboration with the Regional Office (Kanwil) of the Directorate General of Taxes (DJP) East Java 1 held a socialization on tax awareness. Located in Hall B Campus 2 STIE Perbanas Surabaya, this event was attended by hundreds of new accounting students from class 2019.
The event, which was packed with the title Tax Awareness Inclusion Program in Higher Education, took place on Monday, 9 September 2019. Deputy Head of Finance, Operations and Human Capital STIE Perbanas Surabaya, Dra. Gunasti Hudiwinarsih, Ak., M.Sc., said that this activity was one of the activities to harmonize new students with tax knowledge in Indonesia. According to him, every student needs to have tax awareness as a form of concern for realizing sustainable national development.
Furthermore, his party also invited students to pay taxes not as an obligation, but a culture. This means that when the culture of paying taxes has been instilled in the community, people in need can be helped. In fact, the culture of paying taxes can encourage economic growth in Indonesia.
To get information from the experts, the STIE Perbanas Surabaya Tax Center presented the entire ranks of the East Java Regional Office of the DJP 1. As for the resource persons who came, the Head of the Counseling and Document Management Section of the East Java I Regional Tax Office, Harimurti, Executive of the Extension and Document Management Guidance Section, Erya Tri Satmoko and Antoni Eka Bali.
During the socialization, students were invited to have interactive discussions, from playing guessing pictures to watching videos about taxes. Then, in his presentation, Erya Tri Satmoko explained that the tax target for 2019 would reach 1,786.4 trillion or 82.5% of the APBN (State Revenue and Expenditure Budget).
On that occasion, the Regional Office of DJP Jatim 1 built tax awareness for new students in various unique ways. Starting from the appearance of images to inviting you to watch videos about tax awareness to the impact that is obtained when tax discipline. Then, Antoni Eka Bali explained the wrong way to contribute to taxes, each student can create a taxpayer member identity which is marked by the ownership of a Taxpayer Identification Number (NPWP). After that, students can register, count the amount of assets that must be paid taxes, then deposit or pay taxes, then finally report it. (ek0 / public relations)