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Restaurant Tax, Local-Own Revenues, Bandung, Self-Assessment, Culinary
Purpose: Culinary industry has enabled Bandung to be one of the favorite tourist destinations in Asia and culinary tourist destinations in Indonesia. The presence of the culinary industry, besides being able to increase the income of local people, also contributes to the increase in Local Own Revenues. This research aims to identify the potential of restaurant tax for local own revenues and the problem relating to the collection of restaurant tax in Bandung City.
Methodology: This research used quantitative descriptive and the qualitative method. The quantitative descriptive method was used for calculating the potential of restaurant tax, while the qualitative method with a case study approach was used for explaining the problems in managing restaurant tax. Data collection techniques were conducted through observation, interviews, and literature review.
Results: The result of this research is expected to be useful for determining the strategy for enhancing restaurant tax revenues of Bandung City. The research result shows that restaurant tax in Bandung City is one of local taxes potential for giving a contribution to Local Own Revenues of Bandung City, which is of 12.9% during the last three years.
Implications: Realization of restaurant tax during the last two years (2015-2016) has exceeded the target. It indicates that the potential of restaurant tax can be optimized. However, there are some difficulties in the collection of restaurant tax, there are some potential loss problems such as restaurants that do not pay up the tax according to the real potential of tax and some owners of restaurants (including catering) who have not yet been recorded as taxable subjects. It is also affected by the system of tax collection which is a self-assessment one. In the future, BPPD should improve law enforcement, tax audit, and tax collection in order to enhance local taxes from the restaurant sector.
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