Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Important role of APIP

Government Internal Supervisory Apparatus (APIP) plays an important role in generating the Central Government Financial Statements (LKPP) with an unqualified opinion (WTP). This was said by the Vice Minister of Finance Mardiasmo in coordination meeting of APIP at Gandhi Hall, Central Office of Finance and Development Supervisory Agency (BPK), Jakarta, today (24/2). He added that the Inspector General and the main inspectors were expected to actively oversee the budget preparation, implementation, and helped during the evaluation. In addition, he continued, the Inspector General can also evaluate legislation, whether it is in accordance with existing conditions, and can recommend improvements to the government. In addition to providing assurance and consulting, the Inspector General is also expected to be a liaison officer when audited by the Supreme Audit Agency (BPK). For information, the meeting was attended by representatives of the Inspectorate General and the main inspector of 68 ministries/institutions. It was organized in order to improve the quality and accountability of LKPP. "We see today to build synergy between the BPKP with each of the Inspectorate General and the main inspectors and also the Ministry of Finance as BUN (General State Treasure)," he concluded. source : depkeu.go.id

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Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Bad Credit

Do you ever have a situation that you have no money before the next paycheck arrives, while there is no bank deposit anymore ? This condition makes us confused, while on the other hand we still need many spending, especially if there is an emergency conditions such as sick, unpostphoned journey, etc. Should we borrow money to the office, neighbors, friends or a bank? One of the solutions is going to get a bad credit. I have found a way to get unsecured loans for bad credit, named cash in a flash. Bad Credit Loans are hard to get even in good economic times. In tough times like now, Bad Credit Loans can be next to impossible. At Cash in a Flash, they check our credit, but unlike most credit suppliers like banks, they don’t automatically throw out our application if we’ve had some problems in the past. They look at each application on its merits and they’ll often work with borrowers who don’t have perfect records. By following an instruction on this website,we can get money in our bank account 30 minutes after our application is approved. Amazing ! I had a bad credit score, so it was impossible for me to get a loan from a traditional credit source like a bank or a credit card. Many people who have bad credit records made simple mistakes like forgetting to pay a phone bill, and are often harshly penalized for it. Fortunately I have found Cash in a Flash, that have checked my credit, then they won’t dismiss my application out of hand. Cash In A Flash also provide Payday Loan that are available from 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. A Payday Loan of from $100 to $1000 is available through their easy online application form. Payday Loans are loans backed by the power of our paycheck. They deposit the money into the bank account we get paid in, and take it out again after we get paid. It doesn’t get any easier. One more tips from me, if you feel unpleasant in your home, try to use home insulation. Natural Insulation for home insulation is a New Zealand Nationwide company which offers a wide range of home insulation and clean heating products that are carefully selected to be the best choice for Kiwi homes and the environment. their professional insulation teams operate throughout New Zealand to improve your, and our family's, quality of life.

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Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Oil Subsidies

Indonesia announced a fuel price increase of up to 44 percent late Friday, reducing the costly subsidies that have kept pump prices in Southeast Asia's largest economy among the world's lowest.Long lines of motorbikes and cars snaked around gas stations as motorists waited to fill up their tanks with cheaper gas before the increase takes effect after midnight. The subsidies are a significant drain on the country's budget. The budget approved Monday sets the 2013 fuel subsidy at $20.2 billion — nearly 4 percent of total economic output. By comparison, the government aims to spend $20 billion on infrastructure in 2013. The new budget also has more than $900 million in cash handouts to cushion the impact of the fuel price increase on 15.5 million poor families over four months. President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono asked lawmakers to approve a plan that would ensure the country's poorest people were not left unprotected. "The prices are applicable simultaneously across Indonesia," Mines and Energy Minister Jero Wacik said in announcing the increase. The increase — the first in five years — will raise the price of gasoline from about 45 cents to 65 cents per liter and diesel fuel from 45 cents to 55 cents. Coordinating Economic Minister Hatta Rajasa said the hike was actually an adjustment as the country has to spend nearly $30 billion on fuel imports, while about 70 percent of subsidies were merely enjoyed by middle and high classes. "This is a very difficult choice and the last alternative to be taken by the government," Rajasa said before the announcement. Thousands of students and workers took to the streets across the country up to Friday protesting the plan to sharply raise fuel prices. Some held protests Friday night in the capital Jakarta and some other cities.

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