31 March 2022

Obedient to Taxes, Elnusa Encourages & Assists Tax Reporting Workers

Jakarta, March 31, 2022 – PT Elnusa Tbk (Elnusa) with the stock code of the issuer ELSA, held a program for reporting Income Tax (PPh). In support of the reporting of the Annual Income Tax Return (SPT) of Personal Employee Income, the Strategic Tax Management Department held The 5th Elnusa Tax Clinic 2022 with the theme Let's Get Your Taxes Started.

Since the tax reform in 1983, Indonesia has adopted a self-assessment system. With this system, Elnusa employees as Taxpayers who already have a Taxpayer Identification Number (NPWP) must calculate, pay, and self-report the tax payable according to the applicable tax provisions. Therefore, this event was held to raise awareness and help Elnusa workers who have difficulty in carrying out their tax obligations.

The agenda for this series begins on March 7, 2022 by holding a Tax Sharing Session with the theme "Tips & Tricks for Filling Out Annual Income Tax Returns for Individual Employees". The sharing collaborated with the Elnusa Petroleum School (EPS) Division by presenting speakers from the Functional Extension Officer of the Large Three Taxpayer KPP. It was noted that this event was attended by more than 350 Elnusa officers.

VP of Human Capital Agung Wahidin Wibisana in his remarks at the event The Tax Revenue Sharing Meeting representing the Board of Directors (BOD) of the program welcomed this positively because it helped Elnusa officers in carrying out their annual tax reporting obligations which were due on March 31, 2022.

In addition, other series of events are Tax Consultation or assistance in filling out the Annual Income Tax Return for Individual Employees, which will be held on March 8, 2022 untill. March 18, 2022. During the program, Elnusa officers were accompanied by a Tax Manager and a Tax Analyst from the Strategic Tax Management Department virtually through the Microsoft Team application.

Let's obey taxes!!, Strong Indonesia Forward Tax. Great Elnusa Elnusa's officers are getting better.

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