BANDUNG - Residents of West Java who have vehicles, pay taxes in 2019 just come to mini market. The policy will come into force starting January 2019. West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil or Kang Emil asserted that this was over after the meeting with the Regional Secretary and several heads of Dinas in Gedung Sate on Monday (12/17/2018).
"So the taxpayers don't have to queue at the samsat office, but just come to the nearest mini market," Emil said. According to Kang Emil, in addition to the mini market, paying taxes can also be used in the online sale and purchase application which will later cooperate with Dispenda Jabar.
"There is also in Bukalapak. Later the system and administration will be regulated by the West Java fine," he said. The effort, according to Emil, in addition to more facilitating services to the public, also further reduced deviations.
"The more quiet the Samsat offices, the better, but the vehicle tax money still goes into the state treasury," he said. The agreement with a third party about paying the vehicle tax will be arranged as soon as possible so that it can be started early next year. (Even)