Value Added Tax Analysis of the Use of Satellite Brisat by Government of the Republic of Indonesia

Suparna Wijaya,Rizka Hikmatul Maula Putri

In running its business, Bank Rakyat Indonesia, like other banks, has two sources of income namely spread income and fee-based income (Kasmir 2008, 120). Spread income refers to interest income from loans obtained from lending activities originating from funds deposited by the public. While fee-based income is businesses related to the provision of financial services (Kasmir 2012, 129). Types of income from fee-based income are divided into two, namely operating income and non-operational income.

Volume 12 | Issue 6

Pages: 1539-1551

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12I2/S20201351