Tax Payment Slip – Tax Payment Slip or SSP, has long been known by the public, especially among taxpayers. Tax Payment Slip is proof of tax payments that have been made through filling out forms intended for the state treasury through the payment location determined by the Minister of Finance. But now the SSP is no longer in use and has been replaced by an SSE or Tax E-Billing.

Since it was launched by the Directorate General of Tax on July 1, 2016, Tax E-Billing or SSE has made it easier for taxpayers to fulfill their obligations to pay taxes or so-called online tax billing without having to come and queue at the bank. This new system replaces the manual payment system that uses a Tax Payment Slip or SSP tax.

Starting this year, making billing codes that are used to pay taxes online (e-billing) is no longer through billing systems in SSE1 and SSE3 versions. SSE1 and SSE3 are billing systems that have been provided by the Directorate General of Tax (DGT), to obtain billing codes through the and channels.

Billing code is an identification code issued through the e-billing system to pay or deposit taxes by taxpayers (WP). The e-billing system was first used by DGT in 2016 as an implementation of the Law (Law) on State Finance and the State Treasury Law, which requires the government to create a State Revenue Module (MPN).

Payment Slip

However, starting on January 1, 2020, DGT deleted the two channels. So that both the SSE1 and SSE3 links cannot be accessed anymore. Taxpayers who want to make a billing code, can log in on the DGT official website at, by entering the tax ID (NPWP) and the taxpayer password.

In its official statement, DGT stated that the change in the billing code making mechanism was carried out to integrate the e-billing system with the e-billing system. This integration is needed so that taxpayers can more easily complete their tax obligations. In addition, through the DGT website, billing code generation can also be done through the Taxation Application Service Provider (PJAP) or Application Service Provider (ASP), the state revenue portal page, bank perception, post perception or manually by visiting the tax officer.


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