Jakarta-Indonesian’s Directorate-General Tax (DJP) succeeded in capturing a publisher fake tax invoices, which makes the country a loss of at least Rp 12 billion.
On October 8, 2013 ago, has arrested an MDA initials for allegedly committing a tax crime under article 39A of Law the General Provisions and Tax Procedures (Undang-undang ketentuan Umum dan tata Cara Perpajakan), by deliberately issuing tax invoices, but has not been autorized as a “Pengusaha Kena Pajak” (PKP).
Director of Intelligence and Investigation Directorate General of Taxation Kristiyono Yuli said, in the course of operation, MDA operates 2 companies, namely PT and PT ACU BLM to issue a tax invoice is not based on actual transactions. MDA was arrested by the regional office of tax investigators Taxation Office in South Jakarta.
“Goverment losses related to this case is estimated to reach at least USD 12 billion,” said Yuli event chatting casually with reporters at the office of the Directorate General of Taxation, Jalan Gatot Subroto, Jakarta, Thursday (16/01/2013).
Yuli said, over the case will also be developed and defined three other suspects identified as DVH, DNH, and YF. “We did quite a long process of investigation, we do detention. Currently, we are P21 for 2 suspects MDA, and DVH,” he continued.
The suspects have their respective roles. Among these are the publishers, dealers, and users of the false tax invoices.
In addition, on October 30, 2013 and also had been arrested the suspect identified as MM aka MR with the same mode. MM issuing tax invoices that are not based on actual transactions, through the CAP PT and PT CBT during 2010-2013. MM caught by tax investigators Directorate of Intelligence and Investigation Directorate General of Taxation.
In launching its action, MM create a false identity and a false notarial deed. Not only that, the bank account is also created by using a false identity. Estimated losses resulting from the state Rp 55 billion.
Of 2 such cases, the Directorate General of Taxation discover transaction patterns and the flow of money from the sale of tax invoices that are not based on actual transactions that can also djerat with Money Laundering Law (AML).