05/02/2024

Steps to Match NIK and NPWP, Appeal from the Directorate General of Taxes Before 30 June 2024

Steps to Match NIK and NPWP, Appeal from the Directorate General of Taxes Before 30 June 2024

Based on the provisions contained in the Minister of Finance Regulation (PMK) Number 112/PMK.03/2022, the Directorate General of Taxes at the Ministry of Finance urges the public to combine NIK and NPWP. Initially, the Directorate General of Taxes at the Ministry of Finance appealed to the public to combine their NIK and NPWP no later than December 31st, 2023, but this was extended until June 30th, 2024.

To check whether your NIK has become a NPWP, you can follow the following steps suggested by the Directorate General of Taxes:

  1. Visit the page www.pajak.go.id or access directly to the page djponline.pajak.go.id.
  2. Select the “Login” option located in the top right corner of the page.
  3. Enter your 16 digit NIK.
  4. Use your tax account password and click “Login”.
  5. Enter the appropriate security code in the column provided.

If you successfully log in, this means that the NIK/NPWP16 information has been recorded in your latest NPWP. However, if you don't succeed, you can follow the steps below:

  1. Access the djponline.pajak.go.id page.
  2. Enter your 15 digit NPWP and tax account password.
  3. Enter the appropriate security code in the column provided, then click “Login”.
  4. Select the “Profile” option and then select “Profile Data”.
  5. Enter the 16 digit NIK according to your National Identity Card (KTP), then verify the data by pressing the "Validate" button.
  6. Click “Change profile” to complete this process.
  7. Log out and log back into your account using your NIK.
  8. If your NIK is listed in your profile with valid status (marked in green) it means you have successfully matched your NIK with your NPWP.

Validation of NIK as NPWP is an important step before the set deadline. With NIK becoming NPWP, it becomes easier for people because they no longer need to bother registering at the Tax Service Office (KPP) because the integration of NIK as NPWP is already underway.