Xendit is a PKP company (PKP means that the company is obliged to pay tax to Government). Therefore, Xendit will send a Tax Invoice (Faktur Pajak) for every issued invoice. Tax Invoice is proof that Xendit has charged VAT to Merchants. Merchants do not need to pay the Tax Invoice since it’s already included in the Invoice.
In Indonesia, the value-added tax is called PPN (Pajak Pertambahan Nilai) and it is a set rate of 11% on top of the fees incurred to process the transaction.
For more information, you can refer to our documentation here.
Xendit is a Philippine registered company, which means that the company is obliged to pay taxes to Government. Given this, there's a fixed rate of 12% VAT on top of the fees incurred to process a transaction.