Rabu, 30 Maret 2011

Senang Bisa Membayar Pajak

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Tentu kata ini akan muncul dari kita para pembayar pajak jika kita mengetahui dengan pasti bahwa apa yang kita bayarkan itu memang bisa di gunakan dengan semestinya. Banyak hal yang bisa digunakan dari uang kita wajib pajak, seperti membayar gaji guru, membangun berbagai fasilitas umum, dan tentu saja berbagai hal yang lainnya.

Nah agar yang kita bayarkan sudah sesuai, kita bisa menggunakan Jasa Pajak yang ahli. Konsultan Pajak ini akan membantu kita untuk mengetahui berapa pastinya yang harus kita bayarkan.

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Rabu, 09 Februari 2011

All of clarity of diamonds

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Clarity is an important aspect of a diamond
It is important to know how to classify
purity of a diamond before you buy. It is
actually quite easy to learn how to classify
purity of the diamond. There are basically two
things you must understand: Diamonds
with inclusions and visual defects and
these eye effect that "there
are not included or defects that may be
visible to the naked eye. Therefore,
purity of a diamond is further broken down
into subcategories.

Many people mistakenly think that diamond
clarity refers to how clear it is. This is not true.
Clarity actually refers to the internal and
external defects of a diamond. In
best diamonds, of course, received degree of FL
or if - Flawless Flawless or internally --
which means that it is perfect. Note from I-1, I-2
or I-3 means that the diamond is imperfect,
with a score of I-3 is the worst.

Other grades are VVS1 and VVS2, which
means that the diamond is very, very weak
imperfect VS1 and VS2, meaning that
diamond is very slightly imperfect; SI-1 and
SI-2, which means that it is diamond
slightly imperfect.

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Selasa, 09 Februari 2010

Diamonds are very rare?

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When you walk in the jewelry store and seeAll diamonds in various settings
Offered for sale, it is difficult to understand that
diamonds are indeed rare. Most people
not even stop to consider how this
Diamond came to be sitting in that jeweler
case! This is quite a bit of work is done
before the diamond is ready to sell
the general public!

For every million diamonds that are
yield, we find that it is qualitatively
slot one diamond. To find two
diamond squares, about five million diamonds
should be used. More than two hundred tons
ore should be extracted to find small
diamond, and even then, over 80%
diamonds extracted only
good for industrial use, like a diamond
bits.

So next time you visit your local jewelry
shop, ask to see one carat diamonds.
You should look at this diamond with new
recognition - knowing that he is really
one million!

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Selasa, 28 Juli 2009

Gadis Cantik

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Beberapa bulan yang lalu dia melewati sebuah showroom, dan saat itu dia jatuh cinta kepada sebuah mobilsport, Selama beberapa bulan dia selalu membayangkan, nanti pada saat wisuda ayahnya pasti akan membelikan mobil itu kepadanya.

Dia yakin, karena dia anak satu-satunya dan ayahnya sangat sayang padanya, sehingga dia yakin banget nanti dia pasti akan mendapatkan mobil itu. Dia pun berangan-angan mengendarai mobil itu, bersenang-senang dengan teman-temannya. Bahkan semua mimpinya itu dia ceritakan ke teman-temannya. Saatnya pun tiba, siang itu, setelah wisuda, dia melangkah pasti ke ayahnya.

Sang ayah tersenyum, dan dengan berlinang air mata karena terharu dia mengungkapkan betapa dia bangga akan anaknya, dan betapa dia mencintai anaknya itu. Lalu dia pun mengeluarkan sebuah bingkisan,... bukan sebuah kunci!

Dengan hati yang hancur sang anak menerima bingkisan itu, dan dengan sangat kecewa dia membukanya. dan dibalik kertas kado itu ia menemukan sebuah Buku Ibadah yang bersampulkan kulit asli, di kulit itu terukir indah namanya dengan tinta emas. Pemuda itu menjadi marah, dengan suara yang meninggi dia berteriak, "Yaahh... Ayah memang sangat mencintai saya, dengan semua uang ayah, ayah belikan buku ini untukku?"

Lalu dia membanting Buku Ibadah itu dan lari meninggalkan ayahnya. Ayahnya tidak bisa berkata apa-apa, hatinya hancur, dia berdiri mematung ditonton beribu pasang mata yang hadir saat itu.

Tahun demi tahun berlalu, sang anak telah menjadi seorang yang sukses, dengan bermodalkan otaknya yang cemerlang dia berhasil menjadi seorang yang terpandang. Dia mempunyai rumah yang besar dan mewah, dan dikelilingi istri yang cantik dan anak-anak yang cerdas.

Sementara itu ayahnya semakin tua dan tinggal sendiri. Sejak hari wisuda itu, anaknya pergi meninggalkan dia dan tak pernah menghubungi dia. Dia berharap suatu saat dapat bertemu anaknya itu, hanya untuk meyakinkan dia betapa kasihnya pada anak itu.

Sang anak pun kadang rindu dan ingin bertemu dengan sang ayah, tapi mengingat apa yang terjadi pada hari wisudanya, dia menjadi sakit hati dan sangat mendendam.

Sampai suatu hari datang sebuah telegram dari kantor kejaksaan yang memberitakan bahwa ayahnya telah meninggal, dan sebelum ayahnya meninggal, dia mewariskan semua hartanya kepada anak satu-satunya itu.

Sang anak disuruh menghadap Jaksa wilayah dan bersama-sama ke rumah ayahnya untuk mengurus semua harta peninggalannya.

Saat melangkah masuk ke rumah itu, mendadak hatinya menjadi sangat sedih, mengingat semua kenangan semasa dia tinggal di situ. Dia merasa sangat menyesal telah bersikap jelek terhadap ayahnya.

Dengan bayangan-bayangan masa lalu yang menari-nari di matanya, dia menelusuri semua barang dirumah itu. Dan ketika dia membuka brankas ayahnya, dia menemukan Buku Ibadah itu, masih terbungkus dengan kertas yang sama beberapa tahun yang lalu.

Dengan airmata berlinang, dia lalu memungut Buku Ibadah itu dan mulai membuka halamannya. Di halaman pertama Buku itu, dia membaca tulisan tangan ayahnya, "Dan kamu yang jahat tahu memberikan yang baik kepada anakmu, bagaimana Tuhan akan memberikan apa yang kamu minta kepada-nya?"

Selesai dia membaca tulisan itu, sesuatu jatuh dari bagian belakang Buku itu. Dia memungutnya, ...

sebuah kunci mobil!

Di gantungan kunci mobil itu tercetak nama dealer, sama dengan dealer mobil sport yang dulu dia idamkan ! Dia membuka halaman terakhir Buku itu, dan menemukan di situ terselip STNK dan surat-surat lainnya, namanya tercetak di situ. Dan sebuah kwitansi pembelian mobil, tanggalnya tepat sehari sebelum hari wisuda itu.

Dia berlari menuju garasi, dan di sana dia menemukan sebuah mobil yang berlapiskan debu selama bertahun-tahun, meskipun mobil itu sudah sangat kotor karena tidak disentuh bertahun-tahun, dia masih mengenal jelas mobil itu, mobil sport yang dia dambakan bertahun-tahun lalu.

Dengan buru-buru dia menghapus debu pada jendela mobil dan melongok ke dalam bagian dalam mobil itu masih baru, plastik membungkus jok mobil dan setirnya, di atas dashboardnya ada sebuah foto, foto ayahnya, sedang tersenyum bangga. Mendadak dia menjadi lemas, lalu terduduk di samping mobil itu, air matanya tidak terhentikan, mengalir terus mengiringi rasa menyesalnya yang tak mungkin diobati........Gadis Cantik dari Bali

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Minggu, 22 Februari 2009

Nabung untuk Persiapan Nikah dan 'Ngotonin'

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Disita Rp 300 M dan Tiga 3 Kg Emas
Amlapura (Bali Post) -
Rupanya banyak alasan para investor (istilah panabung di KKM) menaruh uang di KKM. Selain untuk investasi dengan hasil berlipat, juga untuk persiapan menikah dan ngotonin anak.

Untuk investor kedua itu, uang yang ditabung berkisar Rp 5 - 10 juta. 'Uang saya tabung sebenarnya untuk persiapan nikah dua bulan lagi,' kata seorang pemuda yang mengaku berasal dari kota Karangasem.

Lain juga cerita seorang ibu yang juga menaruh uang di KKM. 'Rencananya uang itu untuk ngotonin anak saya,' katanya lirih. Walaupun tabungannya tidak besar, tetapi itu merupakan hasil keringatnya menjadi tukung suun di pasar.

Kapolres Karangasem AKBP Amur Chandra J.B., S.H. Sabtu lalu mengingatkan agar nasabah tetap tenang. Karena uang mereka akan dikembalikan, setelah dibantuk tim independen dari berbagai unsur.

Ditemui Minggu (22/2) kemarin, Amur Chandra mengatakan, dua tersangkanya yakni Ketua KKM I Gede Putu Kertia, S.E. dan Direktur Utama I Nengah Wijanegara, S.E. sampai kemarin masih tetap diperiksa secara intensif. Keduanya menjalani penahanan di sel Mapolres Karangasem.

Dikatakan, kedua tersangka dititipkan penahanannya di Mapolres oleh tim penyidik Reserse Polda Bali dan Mabes Polri. 'Kami di kepolisian Karangasem tugas pokoknya di bidang keamanan, baik proses penyidikan maupun menjaga aset-aset KKM,' tegasnya.

Tim penyidik kini tengah menelusuri aset KKM, baik berupa barang bergerak, tak bergerak dan uang ke beberapa rekening bank. Sampai Minggu kemarin dalam bentuk uang sudah ditemukan dan diamankan sekitar Rp 300 miliar. Dana itu tersimpan di BRI, BNI, BPD Cabang dan BPD Unit Selat. Sementara uang Rp 15,6 miliar lebih yang ditemukan di brankas KKM sudah dititipkan di BRI demi menjaga keamanannya. Itu dalam bentuk uang saja, belum termasuk sekitar 3 kg emas, 13 BPKB mobil dan ratusan surat-surat kendaraan roda dua. 'Barang berharga dari gudang dan unit-unit seperti dari unit Selat, Bebandem dan Manggis juga sudah dikumpulkan,' kata Kapolres.

Sementara itu, berdasarkan pantauan Minggu kemarin, masyarakat nasabah/investor sudah sepi yang mendatangi kantor KKM. Hal itu berbeda dengan hari sebelumnya, terutama beberapa saat setelah penggerebekan KKM, Jumat (20/2) sore. Tenangnya nasabah diduga karena aset KKM sudah di bawah pengamanan kepolisian lewat penjagaan yang sangat ketat. (013)

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Bali Girl

Bali Girl

Bali famous in the world because the culture, Without culture Bali is nothink. If you comphare BALI wit another Propinsi in indonesia BALI is nothin, in irian jaya u will see more beatifull view. Why u should come to bali?? Yes u alright, because the culture. Balinese Girl also have a lot of participate to develope bali, balinese girl make what we call in bali " Banten". Banten is sarana to pray to god in temple. U can see in alot of temple in bali, girl have alot of participation to develope BALI. That why i make this website, to respect Balinese Girl.

Bali History

Bali was inhabited by Austronesian peoples by about 2,000 BCE who migrated originally from Taiwan through Maritime Southeast Asia.[2] Culturally and linguistically, the Balinese are thus closely related to the peoples of the Indonesian archipelago, the Philippines, and Oceania.[3] Stone tools dating from this time have been found near the village of Cekik in the island's west.[4]

Balinese culture was strongly influenced by Indian and Chinese, and particularly Hindu culture, in a process beginning around the 1st century AD. The name Balidwipa has been discovered from various inscriptions, including the Blanjong charter issued by Sri Kesari Warmadewa in 913 AD and mentioning Walidwipa. It was during this time that the complex irrigation system subak was developed to grow rice. Some religious and cultural traditions still in existence today can be traced back to this period. The Hindu Majapahit Empire (1293–1520 AD) on eastern Java founded a Balinese colony in 1343. When the empire declined, there was an exodus of intellectuals, artists, priests and musicians from Java to Bali in the 15th century.

The first European contact with Bali is thought to have been made by Dutch explorer Cornelis de Houtman who arrived in 1597, though a Portuguese ship had foundered off the Bukit Peninsula as early as 1585.[citation needed] Dutch colonial control was expanded across the Indonesian archipelago in the nineteenth century (see Dutch East Indies). Their political and economic control over Bali began in the 1840s on the island's north coast by playing various distrustful Balinese realms against each other.[5] In the late 1890s, struggles between Balinese kingdoms in the island's south were exploited by the Dutch to increase their control. The Dutch mounted large naval and ground assaults at the Sanur region in 1906 and were met by the thousands of members of the royal family and their followers who marched to certain death against superior Dutch force in a suicidal puputan defensive assault rather than face the humiliation of surrender.[5] Despite Dutch demands for surrender, an estimated 4,000 Balinese marched to their death against the invaders. In 1908, a similar massacre occurred in the face of a Dutch assault in Klungkung. Afterwards the Dutch governors were able to exercise little influence over the island, and local control over religion and culture generally remained intact.

Dutch rule over Bali had come later and was never as well established as in other parts of Indonesia such as Java and Maluku. Imperial Japan occupied Bali during World War II during which time a Balinese military officer, Gusti Ngurah Rai, formed a Balinese 'freedom army'. In the 1930s, anthropologists Margaret Mead and Gregory Bateson, and artists Miguel Covarrubias and Walter Spies, and musicologist Colin McPhee created a western image of Bali as "an enchanted land of aesthetes at peace with themselves and nature", and western tourism first developed on the island.[6] Following Japan's Pacific surrender in August 1945, the Dutch promptly returned to Indonesia, including Bali, immediately to reinstate their pre-war colonial administration. This was resisted by the Balinese rebels now using Japanese weapons. On 20 November 1946, the Battle of Marga was fought in Tabanan in central Bali. Colonel I Gusti Ngurah Rai, 29 years old, finally rallied his forces in east Bali at Marga Rana, where they made a suicide attack on the heavily armed Dutch. The Balinese battalion was entirely wiped out, breaking the last thread of Balinese military resistance. In 1946 the Dutch constituted Bali as one of the 13 administrative districts of the newly-proclaimed Republic of East Indonesia, a rival state to the Republic of Indonesia which was proclaimed and headed by Sukarno and Hatta. Bali was included in the "Republic of the United States of Indonesia" when the Netherlands recognised Indonesian independence on 29 December 1949.

The 1963 eruption of Mount Agung killed thousands, created economic havoc and forced many displaced Balinese to be transmigrated to other parts of Indonesia. Mirroring the widening of social divisions across Indonesia in the 1950s and early 1960s, Bali saw conflict between supporters of the traditional caste system, and those rejecting these traditional values. Politically, this was represented by opposing supporters of the Indonesian Communist Party (PKI) and the Indonesian Nationalist Party (PNI), with tensions and ill-feeling further increased by the PKI's land reform programs.[5] An attempted coup in Jakarta was put down by forces led by General Suharto. The army became the dominant power as it instigated a violent anti-communist purge, in which the army blamed the PKI for the coup. Most estimates suggest that at least 500,000 people were killed across Indonesia, with an estimated 80,000 killed in Bali, equivalent to 5 per cent of the island's population.[7] With no Islamic forces involved as in Java and Sumatra, upper-caste PNI landlords led the extermination of PKI members.[8]
Bali blast monument.
Bali blast monument.

As a result of the 1965/66 upheavals, Suharto was able to manoeuvre Sukarno out of the presidency, and his "New Order" government reestablished relations with western countries. The Bali as a tourist paradise which was instigated during the pre World War II colonial time was revised in a modern form, and the resulting large growth in tourism has led to Balinese standards of living rise dramatically and significant foreign exchange earned for the country.[5] A bombing in 2002 by militant Islamists in the tourist area of Kuta killed 202 people, mostly foreigners. This attack, and another in 2005, severely affected tourism, bringing much economic hardship to the island.

Bali Economy

Three decades ago, the Balinese economy was largely agriculture-based in terms of both output and employment. Tourism is now the largest single industry; and as a result, Bali is one of Indonesia’s wealthiest regions. The economy, however, has suffered significantly as a result of the terrorist bombings of 2002 and 2005.

Although in terms of output, tourism is the economy’s largest industry, agriculture is still the island’s biggest employer[citation needed], most notably rice cultivation. Crops grown in smaller amounts include fruit, vegetables, Coffea arabica and other cash and subsistence crops.[citation needed] A significant number of Balinese are also fishermen. Bali is also famous for its artisans who produce batik and ikat cloth and clothing, wooden carvings, stone carvings and silverware.

The Arabica coffee production region is the highland region of Kintamani near Mount Batur. Generally, Balinese coffee is processed using the wet method. This results in a sweet, soft coffee with good consistency. Typical flavors include lemon and other citrus notes.[9] Many coffee farmers in Kintamani are members of a traditional farming system called Subak Abian, which is based on the Hindu philosophy of "Tri Hita Karana”. According to this philosophy, the three causes of happiness are good relations with God, other people and the environment. The Subak Abian system is ideally suited to the production of fair trade and organic coffee production. Arabica coffee from Kintamani is the first product in Indonesia to request a Geographical Indication. [10]

Although significant tourism exists in the north, centre and east of the island, the tourist industry is overwhelmingly focused in the south. The main tourist locations are the town of Kuta (with its beach), and its outer suburbs (which were once independent townships) of Legian and Seminyak, Sanur, Jimbaran, Ubud, and the newer development of Nusa Dua. The Ngurah Rai International Airport is located near Jimbaran, on the isthmus joining the southernmost part of the island to the main part of the island. Another increasingly important source of income for Bali is what is called "Congress Tourism" from the frequent international conferences held on the island, especially after the terrorist bombings of 2002; ostensibly to resurrect Bali's damaged tourism industry as well as its tarnished image.

Bali's tourism brand is Bali Shanti Shanti Shanti.[11] Where Shanti derived from Sanskrit "Çantih" meaning peace.

Religion


Unlike most of Muslim-majority Indonesia, about 93.18% of Bali's population adheres to Balinese Hinduism, formed as a combination of existing local beliefs and Hindu influences from mainland Southeast Asia and South Asia. Minority religions include Islam (4.79%), Christianity (1.38%), and Buddhism (0.64%). These figures do not include immigrants from other parts of Indonesia.

Bali consists of about three million people, nearly all of whom practice the Balinese Hindu religion, a heterogeneous amalgam in which gods and demigods are worshipped together with Buddhist heroes, with the spirits of ancestors and with indigenous deities associated with agriculture and with places considered sacred. Religion as it is practiced in Bali is a composite belief system that embraces not only theology, philosophy, and mythology, but ancestor worship, animism and magic. It is supposed to pervade every aspect of traditional life.

Bali Hinduism, which has roots in Indian Hinduism and in Buddhism, adopted the animistic traditions of the indigenous people, which inhabited the island around the first millennium BCE. This influence strengthened the belief that the gods and goddesses are present in all things. Every element of nature, therefore, possesses its own power, which reflects the power of the gods. A rock, tree, dagger, or woven cloth is a potential home for spirits whose energy can be directed for good or evil. Balinese Hinduism is deeply interwoven with art and ritual, and is less closely preoccupied with scripture, law, and belief than Islam in Indonesia. Ritualizing states of self-control are a notable feature of religious expression among the people, who for this reason have become famous for their graceful and decorous behavior.[12]