At our offices, a common scenario is that a foreign individual comes to see us to help with their company/investment in Vietnam. They tell us that they have established a company in Vietnam using a Vietnamese friend’s name as the investor (nominee), they have personally invested a large amount of money from abroad into the company by way of cash, and they are now stuck as they can’t work out how to get the funds out of Vietnam.
Our February 2018 Tax Update publication proves a summary of recent updates relevant to Vietnamese businesses. We also look at recent Official Letters from the Tax Authorities to help provide guidance in applying various laws in Vietnam.
We would like to wish all clients and friends a happy and prosperous 2018 in the Year of the Dog.
In accordance with Government guidelines for Tet 2018 public holidays, our office will be closed from Wednesday 14 February to Tuesday 20 February 2018, inclusive. We will reopen on Wednesday 21 February 2018, and look forward to being part of your success in 2018.
This January 2018 Tax Update publication offers a reminder for the many year-end tax obligations which companies and individuals need to be aware of. We also look at recent Official Letters from the Tax Authorities to help provide guidance in applying various laws in Vietnam.
We have released our updated Checklist to provide guidance on the post-registration requirements for Vietnamese companies that should be followed immediately following the establishment (incorporation) of a Vietnamese company.Download PDF
Download our 2018 Vietnam Compliance Calendar, which provides an overview of the dates and obligations for Accounting, Taxation, Payroll and Statistical Lodgements for Vietnamese entities for the 2018 Financial Year.
With the 2017 year end approaching, it is time for individuals who earned income in Vietnam during the year to consider their obligations for their annual personal tax finalisations.
Our November 2017 Tax Update publication focuses on upcoming changes for payroll expenses and calculations for Vietnamese employers, along with a selection of Official Letters released by the tax authorities.
Substantial changes come into effect from 1 January 2018 affecting the calculation of payrolls in Vietnam. The results of the changes are that, essentially, remuneration payments received by employees will be subject to compulsory Insurances and Personal Income Tax (“PIT”) unless specifically excluded.
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