Details of Tax Revenue - Indonesia
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Asia Desk: DEVAsia&Pacific@oecd.org
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Fiscal Policy Agency, Ministry of Finance of Indonesia
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Rupiah
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24-Jul-19
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Year ending 31st December.

The data are on a cash basis.

Heading 2100: Includes contributions to the Death Benefit (JK) program, a life insurance programme which provides payments to surviving family members.

Heading 2200: Includes contributions to the Work Accident Insurance Program (JKK).

Heading 2400: Includes contributions to the Pension Insurance Program (JP) and mandatory contributions from BPJS Health for formal workers. Data in 2015 include only Pension Insurance contributions (JP).
Details of Tax Revenue - IndonesiaContact person/organisation
Asia Desk: DEVAsia&Pacific@oecd.org
Direct source
Fiscal Policy Agency, Ministry of Finance of Indonesia
Unit of measure usedRupiahPower codeBillionsDate last updated
24-Jul-19
Key statistical concept
Year ending 31st December.

The data are on a cash basis.

Heading 2100: Includes contributions to the Death Benefit (JK) program, a life insurance programme which provides payments to surviving family members.

Heading 2200: Includes contributions to the Work Accident Insurance Program (JKK).

Heading 2400: Includes contributions to the Pension Insurance Program (JP) and mandatory contributions from BPJS Health for formal workers. Data in 2015 include only Pension Insurance contributions (JP).