Our Team Of Experienced Accountants Will Manage Your Company’s Financial Record-Keeping, Ensuring Accurate And Up-To-Date Financial Data. Services Include Bookkeeping, Preparation Of Financial Statements, Reports And Cash Flow Management.
Navigating Indonesia’s complex tax system can be challenging. Our tax experts will handle your tax compliance, including the preparation and submission of monthly and annual tax returns, VAT report, tax planning and advisory services, and representation before tax authorities.
Our payroll specialists will manage your employee payroll, ensuring timely and accurate salary disbursements, calculation of statutory deductions, social security contributions (BPJS), and preparation of payroll reports.
Indonesian Companies Are Required To Prepare Financial Statements In Accordance With The Indonesian Financial Accounting Standards (PSAK). Financial Statements Typically Include A Balance Sheet, Income Statement, Cash Flow Statement, And Statement Of Changes In Equity.
Companies Must Maintain Accurate And Up-To-Date Financial Records, Which Should Be Kept In Indonesian Rupiah And In The Indonesian Language.
Certain Companies, Such As Public Companies, Large-Scale Companies, And Those With Specific Industry Licenses, Are Required To Have Their Financial Statements Audited By A Registered Public Accountant.
Taxpayer Identification Number (NPWP):
Companies Must Obtain A Tax Identification Number From The Indonesian Tax Office Upon Incorporation.
Corporate Income Tax:
Companies Are Required To Submit An Annual Corporate Income Tax Return, Along With The Audited Financial Statements (If Applicable). The Deadline For Filing The Annual Tax Return Is The 15th Of The Fourth Month After The End Of The Financial Year.
Monthly Tax Obligations:
Companies Must Also File Monthly Tax Returns For Value Added Tax (VAT) And Withholding Taxes. VAT Returns Are Due On The 20th Of The Following Month, While Withholding Tax Returns Are Due On The 10th Of The Following Month.
Companies Should Ensure That They Meet All Tax Obligations And Deadlines To Avoid Penalties And Interest Charges.
Companies Must Register Their Employees With The Ministry Of Manpower And The Social Security Agency (BPJS).
Employers Are Required To Pay Employees At Least Once A Month And Provide Payslips Detailing Salary Information And Deductions.
Companies Must Deduct Income Tax (PPh 21) From Employee Salaries And Remit The Withheld Tax To The Tax Office. Additionally, Employers And Employees Are Required To Contribute To The BPJS For Healthcare And Employment Insurance.
Minimum Wage And Benefits:
Companies Must Comply With The Minimum Wage Requirements, Which Vary By Region, And Provide Mandatory Benefits Such As Overtime Pay, Annual Leave, And Religious Holiday Allowances.
Companies Should Maintain Records Of Employee Salary Information, Tax Deductions, And Social Security Contributions.
Our Team Of Professionals Has Extensive Knowledge And Experience In Indonesian Accounting, Tax, And Payroll Regulations, Ensuring That Your Company Remains Compliant With Local Laws And Requirements.
2. Customized Solutions:
We understand that each business is unique, which is why we offer tailored BPO services to cater to your specific needs and requirements.
3. Time and Cost-Efficient:
By outsourcing your accounting, tax, and payroll functions to MMW Property Indonesia, you can save time and resources, allowing you to focus on growing your business while we handle the complexities of compliance.
We prioritize the confidentiality and security of your company’s information, ensuring that your sensitive corporate data is protected at all times.
As a comprehensive business solutions provider, MMW Property Indonesia can cater to your various business needs beyond BPO services, including company registration, corporate secretarial services, and property investment services.
Reach out to us today and get a complimentary business review and consultation.