After experiencing challenges in its tax control system, Indonesia’s e‑invoicing system, locally known as e‑Faktur, was adopted. Leveraging data reported in real-time via continuous transaction controls (CTCs) allows the Indonesian tax authorities to reduce occurrences of fraud whilst helping to close the tax gap.
2014 – e-Faktur Pajak introduced
2016 – e-Faktur Pajak became effective
1 October 2020 – New e-Faktur Pajak version 3.0 released
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