PROVIS – Indonesian Tax Consultant


Indonesian tax consultant

Our Philosophy

We see it as our mission to provide the business services and solutions you need to become more productive in the mundane, time-consuming tasks, freeing you up to better manage the profitable areas of your business. This, in turn, will give you more time to focus on what’s really important in life.

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Our Approach

We truly believe in a balanced approach to life and business, and we have designed our online services and solutions in the areas of tax and accounting, technology and training for you to achieve just that.

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Our Value

We believe in building supportive, long-term relationship with our clients, based on trust and a proven track record of delivering on our promise to get the job done


Provis delivers tailored tax advice to company and individuals. Our advisers are registered indonesian tax consultant who have years of experience helping companies and their employees solve various taxation issue.

We help you minimize the tax you pay whilst ensuring compliance with the law. Our advice is geared to the practical needs of individuals and employers so that you can concentrate on growing your business rather than worrying about tax.


If you are looking to appoint or change indonesian tax consultant then we would love to discuss this with you.

We can set up a FREE no obligation meeting with you to discuss your requirements and provide a fixed fee quote.

We enjoy meeting business owners who are looking to get the most out of their tax advisor and we are well placed to advise you of the best tax position you could be in.



We operate with a principal focus on tax issues both in the international and domestic arenas. We are confident that as Indonesian Tax Consultant we are uniquely positioned in a number of ways to represent your interests both now and in the future.

We are unique in that we are an integrated firm of tax lawyers and consultant.  The value in our service is that we live and work within these complicated issues every day and can ensure you or your clients are compliant.

Ditjen Pajak Kejar Penetapan Status BUT Google

January 25, 2017

Direktorat Jenderal Pajak semakin gencar mengumpulkan bukti penetapan Google sebagai bentuk usaha tetap (BUT). Kepala Kantor Wilayah Direktorat Jenderal Pajak Jakarta Khusus Muhammad Haniv mengatakan pemerintah mengejar pendaftar akun domain, yaitu Google Inc, perusahaan yang berpusat di Mountain View, Amerika Serikat. Google Inc—kini menjadi Alphabet Inc—tercatat sebagai organisasi pendaftar Read More

Indonesia Revises Tax Rules to Combat Transfer Pricing: Official

January 23, 2017

Indonesia has revised tax rules for transfer pricing documentation to match global standards and curb practices of tax avoidance, an official with the tax office said on Monday (9/1).   A finance minister’s decree signed last year, but only made available to the public last week, called for big global Read More

Hindari Pajak, Perusahaan Indonesia Mengaku Rugi

January 23, 2017

Pemerintah semakin memperkuat pengawasan potensi penghindaran pajak oleh grup perusahaan raksasa yang menggunakan cara lewat transfer pricing. Penguatan itu setelah diterbitkannya Peraturan Menteri Keuangan (PMK) nomor 213/PMK.03/2016. ‎Direktur Perpajakan Internasional Ditjen Pajak John Hutagaol menyebutkan, isi PMK ‎nomor 213/PMK.03/2016‎ memiliki dasar untuk memperkuat Peraturan Dirjen (Perdirjen) Pajak Nomor 32/PJ/2011. Isi Read More

Will Indonesia be SE Asia’s new tax-haven paradise?

August 18, 2016

To meet its infrastructure targets and bridge a growing budget deficit, the Indonesian government is discussing the possibility of establishing tax haven jurisdictions in two of its islands. Coordinating Maritime Minister Luhut Panjaitan announced on Sunday that the government would allow Indonesian and foreign businesses to form shell companies in Read More

Indonesia Considers Cutting Corporate Tax Rate

August 11, 2016

JAKARTA, Indonesia—President Joko Widodo is considering cutting Indonesia’s corporate tax rate in an effort to make the Southeast Asian nation more competitive and discourage domestic companies from parking their money overseas. “My thinking is simple. If the corporate income tax in Singapore is 17%, why do we have to impose Read More

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