What We Can Do For You

DSH have several services that consist of :

Tax Training Services

As companies grow and become more global in scope, corporate tax, double taxation, employment issues become more complex. Among the most serious challenges businesses face today is compliant with multifaceted tax laws and regulations. Therefore, a good understanding about tax is thoroughly needed. At DSH we provide a Training Series Program with in depth and practical tax knowledge that is tailor made depending on the client request. Our Training Series Program can be held in our training room or in client’s venue, and other trainings venue as requested by our clients.

A. General Course Program

This program is designed for those who wish to learn about in depth general topic of taxation. In 2017, our program chooses 3 topics as follows:

  • Understand Tax Treaty & Its Application

Tax treaty is the basic of International taxation. There are 60 effective bilateral tax treaties concluded by Indonesia. The tax practitioners have to understand tax treaty interpretation due to the tax treaty is the main rule for international transaction. It is correlated in determination of the taxation right of a country. This program provides a combination between theory and the implementation of tax treaty in real work.

  • Tax Planning

This program provides tips and trick about how to pay tax efficiently. As we know, tax is a kind of expense for a company. Through this program, we will give you the Tax Planning method, for example for Income Tax article 21, Corporate Income Tax, Value Added Tax, Withholding Tax, Personal Income Tax, and many more. So, by this program you can reduce your tax burden without doing violation of the rules.

  • Tax Audit Strategy

This program provides an efficient and effective tax management to minimize the tax exposure and to provide a comprehensive strategy to deal tax audit.

  • Handling Tax Dispute

This program is designed to discuss all the matters of Objection, Appeal, Tax Lawsuit, Judicial Review, and others.

B. Practical Course Program

The practical course program is specifically for regular tax activity. This program is designed to provide a step-by-step guide in the real work implementation. The Participants in this course can practice using e-SPT or e-Faktur and discuss the problems when using that app.

  1. Corporate Income Tax (CIT)

    • Taxable and Non-Taxable Subject of CIT
    • Special Relationship in the Context of CIT
    • Calculation of Taxable Base and Tax Rate
    • Application of Final WHT under Government Regulation PP 46/2013
    • Case Study on Taxable Subject and Object of CIT
    • Fiscal Adjustment
    • Calculation Annual Tax Due and Tax Credit of CIT
    • Annual Tax Return of CIT and e-SPT 1771
    • Corporate e-Filing
    • Tax Risk Mitigation of CIT
  2. Withholding Tax (WHT)

    • Introduction to Taxable Subject and Tax Object of WHT Art. 22, 23, 26, Art. 4 Paragraph 2, and Art. 15
    • Exemption of WHT Art. 22, 23, 26, Art. 4 Paragraph 2, and Art. 15
    • Withholding Tax of Article 22 (WHT Art. 22)
    • Withholding Tax of Article 23 (WHT Art. 23)
    • Withholding Tax of Article 26 (WHT Art. 26)
    • Withholding Tax of Article 4 Paragraph (2) (WHT Art. 4(2))
    • Withholding Tax of Article 15 (WHT Art. 15)
    • Monthly Tax Return of WHT and e-SPT
    • Tax Risk Mitigation of WHT
  3. Value Added Tax (VAT)

    • Basic Concepts of VAT
    • VAT Mechanism
    • Subject and Object of VAT
    • Place and Timing of VAT Payable
    • Administrative Procedure of VAT
    • VAT Invoice and Return Bill
    • Mechanism of Creditable Input of VAT Invoice
    • VAT Collector
    • Restitution Procedure
    • Monthly Tax Return of VAT and e-Faktur
    • Tax Risk Mitigation of VAT
  4. Value Added Tax (VAT)
    • E-Filing
    • Individual Income Tax Return (especially for expatriate
Tax Dispute Resolution

Tax dispute may arise at any time due to controversies and grey area in the application of tax regulation between DGT and Taxpayer. Uncertainty of tax environment, lack of understanding of tax regulations, and defending strategic tax position will contribute the chance of tax dispute.

At DSH we have extensive experience in assisting companies resolve tax disputes whether your tax issues involve income taxes, transfer pricing, indirect taxes or other taxes, whilst maintaining an effective working relationship with DGT. Our team will deliver the goods and outcome you expected.

  1. Tax Audit Our team will assist and represent clients with efficient and effective strategies to respond the DGT inquiries during Audit process. We will gather, compile, review and file all relevant document and represent it to the Auditors. Our team will provide consultation during DGT audit process between both sides and respond to the auditor’s requirement on documentation or information.
  2. Tax Objection When a client receives unfair assessment from the DGT during audit, there is an optional choice to respond by filing for Tax Objection. Our team will prepare and lodge a letter of objection and represent the client position at the Tax Office. All facts or documents requested during tax audit could be submitted or re-submitted during objection. It is our responsibility to help you meet these demands because failure to provide sufficient facts during audit or objection could disallow such facts to be presented during appeal.
  3. Tax Appeal If the objection is rejected, taxpayer have another chance to defend their position in the Tax Court by filing for Tax Appeal. Our experienced tax team will represent the client to pursue the case in the Tax Court. This include reviewing the tax dispute cases arising from audit, analyze risks and exposures if such disputes will be further resolved under tax objection and appeals. During appeals in the Tax Court, we will be present to help you respond to the DGT and tax court judges queries to defend your tax position.
  4. Tax Lawsuit
  5. Tax Judicial Review When a client receives unfair assessment from the Tax Court upon receiving the hearing verdict, you can respond it by filing for Tax Judicial Review to the supreme court. Our team will prepare and lodge a letter of Tax Judicial Review and gather all facts or documents arising from audit to appeal to strengthen your tax position to the Supreme Court.
Tax Management and Strategy

The tax landscape is constantly changing. Regulatory requirements are increasing, business and finance transformation is commonplace, and regulators and boards are demanding that tax risks are effectively managed. In this fast changing world, we're helping our clients build a tax strategy for the future, leading the way in assurance and pioneering the integration of governance, risk and control management with specialist tax delivery. Our tax management and strategy services are the following:

  • Tax Diagnostic Review
  • Tax Planning Advisory
  • Merger and Acquisition Advisory
Tax Compliance

Taxpayers are required to file tax returns on a monthly or/and annual basis. Proper filing of monthly tax returns can be tricky due to the increase number of tax rules, more rigorous and coordinated enforcement by tax authorities, and ongoing staffing constraints continue to be a challenge. Many companies are rethinking their approach to and reporting by taking a closer look at their technology, processes, resources, and service providers. Leading tax functions are using co-sourcing/outsourcing as a critical component of tax function strategy, and as a means to better align tax function investments and use of talent with extensive experience.

At DSH we offer efficient, cost-effective tax compliance services, so you could focus on your business, and let the work done. Our tax team will educate and empower your inhouse tax accounting team with in depth tax knowledge to help them prepare accurate and timely reports. Our tax compliance services are the following:

  • Annual Corporate Income Tax Return (CITR)
  • Annual Individual Income Tax Return (IITR)
  • Monthly Tax Return (MTR) for Income Tax Art. 21, Income Tax Art. 22, Income Tax Art. 23, Income Tax Art. 26, Income Tax Final Art. 4 (2), and Value Added Tax (VAT).

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