The occurrence of selling and buying transactions cause every companies to do their VAT obligations. Tax reported by PT X which appear to be wrong can be subdued by overbooking, therefore PT X had to bear administrative sanctions. The purpose of this research is to analyze basic considerations from Directorate General of Taxes in making regulations regarding the incorrect transfer of Taxable Services from outside the custom territory which cannot be overbook and analyze whether the administrative sanctions given to taxpayer are appropriate, with Ease of Administration principle in deliberation. This research used a qualitative approach with in-depth interview and literature study for data collection. The result of this research concludes that the primary consideration Directorate General of Taxes made regulations concerning the incorrect transfer of Taxable Services from outside the customs territory is because Intangible Taxable Goods and Taxable Services from outside the customs territory are susceptible to being used by Taxpayers for the purpose of avoiding tax and the Government’s control are not fully reliable. Because the regulations do not allow to do the overbook, alternative ways taken by PT X to resolve the incorrect transfer of tax is restitution, which causes administrative sanctions. With that being said, administrative sanctions that occur as a result of wrong transfer of tax do not fulfill the Ease of Administration principle.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference of Business, Accounting and Economics|
|Place of Publication||Purwokerto, Indonesia|
|Publication status||Published - 15 Oct 2020|