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(Jakarta, 15 September 2022) – The Member Meeting of the Indonesian Accountants Association (IAI) also placed its trust in Prof. John Hutagaol will lead IAI’s Tax Accounting Department (KAPj) for the 2022-2026 period. Prof. John was elected at a members’ meeting at Graha Akuntan, Jakarta. The meeting was chaired by Pontas Pane (Vice President of KAPj IAI 2018-2022), as well as the Directors of KAPj IAI 2018-2022, Morhan Tirtonadi and Christine Tjen.

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In his remarks after the election, Prof. John reminded KAPj administrators that the challenges in this sector would become increasingly severe, especially due to world geographic conflicts and the economic recovery period after the Covid-19 pandemic. For this reason, the Head of the East Java DJP Regional Office asked managers to work wisely and honestly for the progress of accounting and recovery of the Indonesian economy.

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Prof. John Hutagaol has served as Chair of KAPj IAI since the founding of this department in March 2014. Prof. John successfully brought professional development to this area through a number of activities undertaken throughout the project, including strategic collaboration with various groups. Prof. John believes that KAPj IAI will continue to play an active role in supporting the growth of the Indonesian tax sector and the development of the Indonesian accounting profession.

The Indonesian Accountants Association (IAI) is an accounting professional organization that oversees all accountants in Indonesia spread across 34 provinces. IAI is a founding member of the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) and the ASEAN Federation of Accountants (AFA), and a member of the Chartered Accountants Worldwide (CAW) association. To maintain the integrity and professionalism of Indonesian accountants, IAI publishes the Code of Ethics for Indonesian Accountants. As a standard maker, IAI prepares and determines Financial Accounting Standards (SAK) that apply in Indonesia.

KAPj IAI is a part of the IAI organization which is tasked with directing activities in the context of implementing IAI programs based on the activity background and commitment of IAI members in the field of taxation. Hayam Wuruk University and the Indonesian Accountants Association (IAI) succeed East Java at the IX Annual Regional Accountants Conference (KRA) 2022

The Regional Chartered Accountants (KRA) Conference is a conference of the Indonesian Accountants Association (IAI KAPd) and the East Java Regional Association of Indonesian Accountants which is held in collaboration with universities in East Java. KRA is a forum for experts and professionals from all over Indonesia to discuss relevant research and practices in the world of accounting and finance. In this ninth KRA, Hayam Wuruk University carries out the implementation of KRA in accordance with the vision and mission of Hayam Wuruk University in developing science and work, especially in the provincial sector. This effective education system must be maintained and strengthened. Apart from Hayam Wuruk University, the KRA IX program also collaborates with 41 other universities in East Java to host. Please note that Hayam Wuruk University is the first university to sponsor this important event. At the previous meeting, Hayam Wuruk University participated as a co-host.

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In 2022, KRA will enter its ninth season held at Hayam Wuruk University entitled “Advanced Skills for Accountants in the Digital Age”. This event will be held on Tuesday-Wednesday, 12-13 July 2022. The speakers who took part in the event were: Dedy Permadi, SIP, MA, Ph.D. (Special Staff and Representative of the Indonesian Ministry of Communication and Information) and Eri Cahyadi, S.T., M.T. (Mayor of Surabaya, Febrina Kusumawati, S.Si, M.M. – Head of the Surabaya Regional Development Planning, Research and Management Development Agency).

Currently the seminar group lecturers are: Prof. Wimboh Santoso, SE, M.Sc., Ph.D. (Chairman of the OJK Board of Directors represented by Indrawan Nugroho Utomo – Head of OJK Regional Inspectorate Department IV); Faizal Rochmad Djoemadi, M.Sc. (CEO PT Pos Indonesia (Persero), Farius MP – SVP Strategic Planning & Business Transformation); and Syaiful Ali, MIS, Ph.D., Ak., CA (Finance Manager, Gadjah Mada University).

Prof. Dian Agustia, S.E., M.Si., Ak., CA, CMA, as Chair of IAI KAPd, in his speech said that in the era of digital disruption, the accounting profession is in trouble. The reason is that advances in information technology mean that universities must equip their students with future skills so that their graduates are able to face the times. Therefore, with the current implementation of KRA, IAI is trying to see how educational accountants make efforts to implement the Tridharma of higher education, one of which is research.

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It is known that this event was attended by 400++ participants from various universities in Indonesia. This conference was held in a hybrid format, namely holding the event offline in Hall C on the 10th floor of Hayam Wuruk University, while parallel presentations were held online. Parallel presentations contributed to the presentation of 159 papers.

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Through this KRA, it is hoped that Hayam Wuruk University and KAPd IAI will have the opportunity to contribute to the state and country in developing research and innovation in the future. The Industrial Revolution 4.0 area will have an impact on the accounting industry to provide better services for global expansion.

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The meeting of members of the Educator Accountants Compartment (KAPd) of the Indonesian Accountants Association (IAI) which was held at Halu Oleo University, Kendari, South Sulawesi, successfully celebrated the election of Prof. Dian Agustia will be Chair of KAPd IAI for the 2022-2026 period. This member meeting took place on the sidelines of the XXV National Accounting Symposium (SNA) which was attended by many IAI members who took part in the SNA. Prof. Dian is the Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Business, Airlangga University Surabaya and served as Chair of KAPd IAI from 2018 to 2022.

The Indonesian Accountants Association (IAI) is an accounting professional organization that oversees all accountants in Indonesia spread across 34 provinces. IAI is a founding member of the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) and the ASEAN Federation of Accountants (AFA), and a member of the Chartered Accountants Worldwide (CAW) association. To maintain the integrity and professionalism of Indonesian accountants, IAI publishes the Code of Ethics for Indonesian Accountants. As a standard maker, IAI prepares and determines Financial Accounting Standards (SAK) that apply in Indonesia.

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KAPd IAI is the part of the IAI organization which is tasked with directing activities in the context of implementing the IAI program, based on the work results and dedication of IAI members as educational accountants. on the preparation of financial reports Friday April 3 2020

JAKARTA. The Indonesian Accountants Association (IAI) provides guidelines that can be used as a reference by business entities in writing financial reports in the midst of the Corona virus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic. This guideline was issued to ensure that entities can maintain consistent implementation of Financial Accounting Standards (SAK).

According to IAI, there is very little application of Indonesian Financial Accounting Standards (Proposed Statement of Financial Accounting Standards/PSAK) that needs to be considered during the pandemic.

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IAI argued that Covid-19 could not be the cause of an event that required corporate entities to restate their 2019 financial reports. Considering that the spread of Covid-19 in Indonesia was announced on March 2 2020 and was not information that influenced the presentation of the 2019 financial statements.

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Second, the application of PSAK 71 to financial instruments, paragraph 5.5.17 (c) regulates the calculation of cash losses (CKE). According to IAI, Covid-19 cannot be used as a basis for measuring KKE by business entities.

KKE is a method of calculating losses on financial instruments that is forward-looking. The procedures introduced by PSAK 71 require an entity to assess at each reporting date whether the credit risk of a financial instrument has increased significantly since initial recognition, using forward-looking information, relevance and support.

The third guideline is still related to the application of PSAK 71, but then to the measurement of the SKE long life allowance in 2020. The requirement for the application of the SKE long life benefit is for life if there is a significant increase in credit risk (PSRK).

However, IAI assesses that the spread of the Covid-19 outbreak which is being handled by the government and authorities by providing flexibility in loan payments is not considered PSRK. Although in the revised reality, borrowers whose businesses were seriously affected by the Covid-19 outbreak during the Covid-19 outbreak were caused by relaxation policies implemented by the authorities and government. (ASP/KEN)

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