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https://www.kaskus.co.id/thread/56a43192529a4529278b4568/ahok-siapkan-aturan-pemilik-kos-kosan-di-jakarta-wajib-bayar-pajak
Ahok Siapkan Aturan Pemilik Kos-kosan di Jakarta Wajib Bayar Pajak
JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com — Gubernur DKI Jakarta Basuki Tjahaja Purnama menginstruksikan lurah untuk mengawasi kos-kosan di Ibu Kota.

Bahkan, ia berencana akan membuat aturan pemilik kos-kosan harus membayar pajak.

"Jadi, kalau kos-kosan di atas 10 kamar, dia harus pajak," kata Basuki di Balai Kota, Jumat (22/1/2016).

Permasalahannya, Pemerintah Provinsi DKI Jakarta tidak bisa memungut pajak jika perizinan kos-kosan itu sebagai perumahan biasa.

Basuki tengah meminta Badan Pelayanan Terpadu Satu Pintu (BPTSP) DKI untuk merevisi perizinan rumah yang dijadikan kos-kosan. Rumah yang peruntukannya kos-kosan akan diubah izinnya menjadi kos.

"Baru minggu ini saya minta di rapim (rapat pimpinan)," kata Basuki. (Baca: Rumah Kos di Lahan Hijau Akan Dijadikan RTH)

Ia juga akan kembali menghidupkan Peraturan Gubernur (Pergub) Nomor 164 Tahun 2014 tentang Pedoman Rukun Tetangga dan Rukun Warga.

Hal ini dilakukan agar RT/RW bisa mengenal warganya dengan baik. Basuki juga meminta warga lebih berani melapor kepada RT/RW jika ada warga lain yang mencurigakan.

"Jadi, kalau ada orang datang, bukan karena dia KTP-nya non-DKI lalu diusir, tidak begitu. Enggak apa-apa bukan KTP DKI, tetapi minimal dia mesti lapor. Jadi, ketahuan dia siapa dan kerja di mana," kata Basuki.

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kos2an bisa naik nih
Jakarta rada telat nih..
daerah laen dah lama pada nerapin pajak kos2an..
PAJAK ITU PERATURAN JAMAN KOMPENI ITU KAN HOK??

Quote:Original Posted By blockback
Jakarta rada telat nih..
daerah laen dah lama pada nerapin pajak kos2an..


menambah pemasukan dong
Quote:Original Posted By kodok.jigong
PAJAK ITU PERATURAN JAMAN KOMPENI ITU KAN HOK??



sebenarnya dari jaman after jahiliah... namanya jizyah... cuma ya gitu kerjaan kafir cuma bisa klaim klaim.
Quote:Original Posted By onta.babi.sapi
sebenarnya dari jaman after jahiliah... namanya jizyah... cuma ya gitu kerjaan kafir cuma bisa klaim klaim.



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kemana aja ini
masak baru ada pajak kos2an emoticon-Betty (S)
Lebih baik pemprov DKI bangun apartemen murah agar para pekerja dari daerah bisa punya apartemen di jakarta
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Quote:Original Posted By bimaxxxzzz
Lebih baik pemprov DKI bangun apartemen murah agar para pekerja dari daerah bisa punya apartemen di jakarta

Solusinya emang harus gitu, biar para pekerja dki tetap tinggal di dki dan membelanjakan penghasilannya di wilayah dki emoticon-Big Grin
mantap emoticon-Recommended Seller
Quote:Original Posted By kabei
Solusinya emang harus gitu, biar para pekerja dki tetap tinggal di dki dan membelanjakan penghasilannya di wilayah dki emoticon-Big Grin



jajan sexnya juga di jakarta. belakang indosiar dan taman lawang banyak maho yg gurih emoticon-Bettyemoticon-2 Jempol
Quote:Original Posted By kabei

Solusinya emang harus gitu, biar para pekerja dki tetap tinggal di dki dan membelanjakan penghasilannya di wilayah dki emoticon-Big Grin


iya dong, kalo ga ada pendatang dari daerah lain mana bisa jakarta bisa sebesar ini
Quote:Original Posted By onta.babi.sapi
sebenarnya dari jaman after jahiliah... namanya jizyah... cuma ya gitu kerjaan kafir cuma bisa klaim klaim.



mo klaim penemuan firaun ya?


The first known system of taxation was in Ancient Egypt around 3000–2800 BC in the first dynasty of the Old Kingdom.[26] The earliest and most widespread form of taxation was the corvée and tithe. The corvée was forced labour provided to the state by peasants too poor to pay other forms of taxation (labour in ancient Egyptian is a synonym for taxes).[27] Records from the time document that the Pharaoh would conduct a biennial tour of the kingdom, collecting tithes from the people. Other records are granary receipts on limestone flakes and papyrus.[28]Early taxation is also described in the Bible. InGenesis (chapter 47, verse 24 – the New International Version), it states "But when the crop comes in, give a fifth of it to Pharaoh. The other four-fifths you may keep as seed for the fields and as food for yourselves and your households and your children". Josephwas telling the people of Egypt how to divide their crop, providing a portion to the Pharaoh. A share (20%) of the crop was the tax (in this case, a special rather than an ordinary tax, as it was gathered against an expected famine).[29]

In the Persian Empire, a regulated and sustainable tax system was introduced byDarius I the Great in 500 BC;[30] the Persiansystem of taxation was tailored to eachSatrapy (the area ruled by a Satrap or provincial governor). At differing times, there were between 20 and 30 Satrapies in the Empire and each was assessed according to its supposed productivity. It was the responsibility of the Satrap to collect the due amount and to send it to the treasury, after deducting his expenses (the expenses and the power of deciding precisely how and from whom to raise the money in the province, offer maximum opportunity for rich pickings). The quantities demanded from the various provinces gave a vivid picture of their economic potential. For instance, Babylonwas assessed for the highest amount and for a startling mixture of commodities; 1,000silver talents and four months supply of food for the army. India, a province fabled for its gold, was to supply gold dust equal in value to the very large amount of 4,680 silver talents. Egypt was known for the wealth of its crops; it was to be the granary of the Persian Empire (and, later, of the Roman Empire) and was required to provide 120,000 measures of grain in addition to 700 talents of silver.[31]This tax was exclusively levied on Satrapies based on their lands, productive capacity and tribute levels.[32]

The Rosetta Stone, a tax concession issued by Ptolemy V in 196 BC and written in three languages "led to the most famous decipherment in history—the kracking of hieroglyphics".[33]

In India, Islamic rulers imposed jizya (a poll tax on non-Muslims) starting in the 11th century.


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semua mo diklaim ehm emoticon-Embarrassment
Dri dlu yg bayar pajak cma pengusaha kecil..yg gede2 mayoritas ngemplang dan diampuni
Quote:Original Posted By Ikyu San
Dri dlu yg bayar pajak cma pengusaha kecil..yg gede2 mayoritas ngemplang dan diampuni



data?

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Quote:Original Posted By kakekserbatahu



mo klaim penemuan firaun ya?


The first known system of taxation was in Ancient Egypt around 3000–2800 BC in the first dynasty of the Old Kingdom.[26] The earliest and most widespread form of taxation was the corvée and tithe. The corvée was forced labour provided to the state by peasants too poor to pay other forms of taxation (labour in ancient Egyptian is a synonym for taxes).[27] Records from the time document that the Pharaoh would conduct a biennial tour of the kingdom, collecting tithes from the people. Other records are granary receipts on limestone flakes and papyrus.[28]Early taxation is also described in the Bible. InGenesis (chapter 47, verse 24 – the New International Version), it states "But when the crop comes in, give a fifth of it to Pharaoh. The other four-fifths you may keep as seed for the fields and as food for yourselves and your households and your children". Josephwas telling the people of Egypt how to divide their crop, providing a portion to the Pharaoh. A share (20%) of the crop was the tax (in this case, a special rather than an ordinary tax, as it was gathered against an expected famine).[29]

In the Persian Empire, a regulated and sustainable tax system was introduced byDarius I the Great in 500 BC;[30] the Persiansystem of taxation was tailored to eachSatrapy (the area ruled by a Satrap or provincial governor). At differing times, there were between 20 and 30 Satrapies in the Empire and each was assessed according to its supposed productivity. It was the responsibility of the Satrap to collect the due amount and to send it to the treasury, after deducting his expenses (the expenses and the power of deciding precisely how and from whom to raise the money in the province, offer maximum opportunity for rich pickings). The quantities demanded from the various provinces gave a vivid picture of their economic potential. For instance, Babylonwas assessed for the highest amount and for a startling mixture of commodities; 1,000silver talents and four months supply of food for the army. India, a province fabled for its gold, was to supply gold dust equal in value to the very large amount of 4,680 silver talents. Egypt was known for the wealth of its crops; it was to be the granary of the Persian Empire (and, later, of the Roman Empire) and was required to provide 120,000 measures of grain in addition to 700 talents of silver.[31]This tax was exclusively levied on Satrapies based on their lands, productive capacity and tribute levels.[32]

The Rosetta Stone, a tax concession issued by Ptolemy V in 196 BC and written in three languages "led to the most famous decipherment in history—the kracking of hieroglyphics".[33]

In India, Islamic rulers imposed jizya (a poll tax on non-Muslims) starting in the 11th century.


emoticon-Ngakak emoticon-Wkwkwk


semua mo diklaim ehm emoticon-Embarrassment


Mana ngerti Bahasa İnggris mahluk kopongan gt mah coy. emoticon-Big Grin

Quote:Original Posted By kakekserbatahu



mo klaim penemuan firaun ya?


The first known system of taxation was in Ancient Egypt around 3000–2800 BC in the first dynasty of the Old Kingdom.[26] The earliest and most widespread form of taxation was the corvée and tithe. The corvée was forced labour provided to the state by peasants too poor to pay other forms of taxation (labour in ancient Egyptian is a synonym for taxes).[27] Records from the time document that the Pharaoh would conduct a biennial tour of the kingdom, collecting tithes from the people. Other records are granary receipts on limestone flakes and papyrus.[28]Early taxation is also described in the Bible. InGenesis (chapter 47, verse 24 – the New International Version), it states "But when the crop comes in, give a fifth of it to Pharaoh. The other four-fifths you may keep as seed for the fields and as food for yourselves and your households and your children". Josephwas telling the people of Egypt how to divide their crop, providing a portion to the Pharaoh. A share (20%) of the crop was the tax (in this case, a special rather than an ordinary tax, as it was gathered against an expected famine).[29]

In the Persian Empire, a regulated and sustainable tax system was introduced byDarius I the Great in 500 BC;[30] the Persiansystem of taxation was tailored to eachSatrapy (the area ruled by a Satrap or provincial governor). At differing times, there were between 20 and 30 Satrapies in the Empire and each was assessed according to its supposed productivity. It was the responsibility of the Satrap to collect the due amount and to send it to the treasury, after deducting his expenses (the expenses and the power of deciding precisely how and from whom to raise the money in the province, offer maximum opportunity for rich pickings). The quantities demanded from the various provinces gave a vivid picture of their economic potential. For instance, Babylonwas assessed for the highest amount and for a startling mixture of commodities; 1,000silver talents and four months supply of food for the army. India, a province fabled for its gold, was to supply gold dust equal in value to the very large amount of 4,680 silver talents. Egypt was known for the wealth of its crops; it was to be the granary of the Persian Empire (and, later, of the Roman Empire) and was required to provide 120,000 measures of grain in addition to 700 talents of silver.[31]This tax was exclusively levied on Satrapies based on their lands, productive capacity and tribute levels.[32]

The Rosetta Stone, a tax concession issued by Ptolemy V in 196 BC and written in three languages "led to the most famous decipherment in history—the kracking of hieroglyphics".[33]

In India, Islamic rulers imposed jizya (a poll tax on non-Muslims) starting in the 11th century.


emoticon-Ngakak emoticon-Wkwkwk


semua mo diklaim ehm emoticon-Embarrassment

wah ternyata dari jaman firaun. brarti firaun bapak perpajakan kita donk.

tapi ane tetap bangga dengan jizyah emoticon-Cool
kompeni sama kayak firaun, nyusahin rakyat kecil sistem pajaknya. kalo jizyah malah melindungi wajib pajaknya. baca aja wikipedia. emoticon-Cool

Quote:Original Posted By toesbolteroes11

Mana ngerti Bahasa İnggris mahluk kopongan gt mah coy. emoticon-Big Grin



ngapain ane harus ngerti bahasa kafir? emoticon-Entahlah


Quote:Original Posted By onta.babi.sapi
wah ternyata dari jaman firaun. brarti firaun bapak perpajakan kita donk.

tapi ane tetap bangga dengan jizyah emoticon-Cool
kompeni sama kayak firaun, nyusahin rakyat kecil sistem pajaknya. kalo jizyah malah melindungi wajib pajaknya. baca aja wikipedia. emoticon-Cool



ngapain ane harus ngerti bahasa kafir? emoticon-Entahlah



ya iyalah... yg bayar jizyah tapir.. emoticon-DP emoticon-Najis

lu tinggal ongkang2 kaki


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assseeeekkkkk emoticon-Selamat