Tax Dispute

A tax dispute between a taxpayer and the DGT will typically arise following the issuing of a tax assessment letter (SKP) by the DGT which the taxpayer does not agree with. A SKPKB, an SKPKBT, and a STP constitute legal tax collection instruments on the basis of which the DGT may issue a Distress Warrant if the taxpayer fails to settle the underpaid tax on time. The way the DGT executes the Distress Warrant may give rise to another tax dispute between the parties. A tax dispute may also arise between two taxpayers if one taxpayer has withheld too much tax from the income payable to the other taxpayer.

A discussion of the ways available to resolve such tax disputes follows.

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