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Sudirman, Arna Suryani, Ubaidillah, Fadil Iskandar
» doi: 10.48047/ecb/2023.12.si4.1507


Regional Revenue (PAD) is a reflection of the independence of a region in managing regional finances. Regional financial independence can be measured through the independence ratio, namely comparing the realization of PAD revenue with transfer receipts from the center. The ratio of regional financial independence illustrates the level of dependence of local governments on the central government. The goal to be achieved in this study is to determine the tax power index, regional retribution index, and BUMD profits as a result of economic growth. The methods used for research include surveys, observation, and documentation. The average ratio of PAD to APBD in East Tanjung Jabung Regency in the last five years is 3. This 45 percent shows that the region's ability in regional development is deficient and highly dependent on the provincial and central government. Based on the results of this study, several main findings are as follows: Economic growth is mainly in the service sector, including trade, hotels, restaurants/restaurants, transportation, communications, electricity, finance, leasing, financial services, and other services have a positive and significant effect of increasing local revenue. Meanwhile, economic growth from the industrial and mining sectors has a positive effect on the local revenue of East Tanjung Jabung Regency. The contribution of original regional income (PAD) to the income of the region in the 2017-2021 period is an average of 37 99% per year, Additionally, the proportion of local revenue to regional income in 2012 was 37.02 percent. It is expected to receiving large amounts of original regional revenues sourced from third-party donations.

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