Payroll outsourcing service in Indonesia.
Let us take care of the payroll system for your Indonesian company. Acclime’s experienced team will efficiently help run your business’s payroll process, comply with rules and regulations, and save your time from managing the payroll system.
Leave your payroll to
our in-country experts.
Make your payroll painless with the help of engaging with our professional payroll outsourcing services. Our online-managed payroll services include:
Integrated tax compliance
Besides calculating and processing payroll, we can also confidently file compliance reports on your behalf.
Detailed reporting enabling you to stay on top of your HR management and expenses.
Employee self-service portal OPTIONAL
Let your employees view their personal information. Through the ESS portal, they will be able to access e-payslips, e-leave, e-claims and e-attendance.
Payroll implementation process
Simple steps to implement your payroll.
1. Initial assessment
2. Service blueprint
3. Testing phase
4. Parallel run & evaluation
Why outsource your payroll to Acclime?
Reduced operating costs
Complete payroll solution
Effective communication & reporting
The payroll function is a non-core function in that it is not a profit. A non-core function may be essential but does not differentiate your business strategically from competitors. Albeit a non-core function, if run correctly, the payroll function plays an important role in maintaining a high level of employee satisfaction and ensuring the company is compliant with the wide range of labour laws, tax laws for employee income withholding taxes, social security, minimum wage, compensation, etc. Outsourcing payroll is a good idea if:
- A company wants to free up time and resources from repetitive and administrative tasks and reallocate the resources to be focused on strategic matters relating to the core business.
- A company wants to gain access to more technology and technical expert in the field expertise and experience to perform payroll in a fully compliant way.
- A company wants to reduce hidden costs and risks associated with non-compliance that can result from amongst others failure to adopt new/changes in regulations which often have very short lead times.
1. Employee Income Tax
Individuals who are resident are taxed on their worldwide income at the following national rates:
Taxable Income Tier
Up to IDR 50 million
Over IDR 50 million to IDR 250 million
Over IDR 250 million to IDR 500 million
Over IDR 500 million
2. Social Security /BPJS
Indonesian social security agency is now known as the Social Security Organizing Agency (Badan Penyelenggara Jaminan Sosial, BPJS), divided into 2 administration:
- Health care social security program (organised by BPJS-Kesehatan) and
- Social Security for Employment programs (organised by BPJS-Ketenagakerjaan).
BPJS Contribution Details
The BPJS contributions are calculated as follows:
As a percentage of regular salaries / wages
Borne by Employer (%)
Borne by Employee (%)
Working Accident Protection (1)
0.24 to 1.74
Death Insurance (1)
Old Age Savings (1)
- Calculation base is basic salary plus fixed allowance. No cap or maximum contribution amount (1).
- Maximum calculation base is IDR 12 million/month starting January 1st ,2020 (2).
- Maximum calculation base is updated annually based on BPJS regulation (3). Starting March 2020 maximum base is IDR.8.939.700/month.
- Working accident protection – contribution between 0.24% to 1.74% (depend on work risk)
- Employers must register their employees (1,2,3) and dependent family members (2).
- Employees’ contributions are collected by the employer through payroll deductions. These must be paid to BPJS together with the contributions borne by the employers.
- When the assignee (expatriate) leaves Indonesia at the end of their assignment they may be eligible to withdraw the old age saving component (i.e. the total contribution of 3.7% and 2% plus any contribution growth).