HSK Vietnam Audit Company Limited.
HSK Vietnam Audit Company Limited.


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This Newsletter is issued to update new regulations on taxation and investment in Vietnam.


Official Letter No. 2943/TCT-TNCN (“OL 2943”): treatment of compulsory insurance payment in gross-up formula On 4th July 2017, the General Department of Taxation issued Official Letter 2943 with the following contents: When an individual receives salary on a net basis, the gross-up is performed as follows: – For the period before 1st July 2013, compulsory insurance payment is not deducted from net income to gross up in accordance with Circular No. 84/2008/TT-BTC dated 30th September 2008 issued by the Ministry of Finance and guiding Official Letters of the General Department of Taxation; OL No.1578/TCT-TNCN dated 28th April 2009; OL No.3565/TCT-TNCN...


Circular No. 41/2017/TT-BTC (“Circular 41”) guiding some articles of Decree No. 20/2017/NĐ-CP (“Decree 20”) dated 24th February 2017 about tax management on transfer pricing (TP) On 28th April 2017, the Ministry of Finance released Circular 41 to provide further guidance on some articles of Decree 20. This circular provides guidance on comparability analysis, related transaction pricing method, TP declaration, TP documentation and exemptions which were introduced by Decree 20. Circular 41 comes into force from 1st May 2017, replacing existing TP regulation in Circular No.66/2010/TT-BTC dated 22nd April 2010 and Form No.03-7/TNDN appended to Circular No. 156/2013/TT-BTC dated 6th November...


Circular No. 31/2017/TT-BTC dated 18th April 2017 amending some articles of Circular No. 99/2016/TT-BTC guiding on VAT refund management According to this Circular, VAT refund to taxpayers shall be completed within 1 working day after the state treasury of province receiving a tax refund order from the tax office. In the past, maximum processing time for VAT refund to taxpayers was 3 working days. Circular No. 31 comes into force from 2nd June 2017. Official Letter No. 1873/TCT-TNCN (“OL 1873”) on compensation for breach of contract The General Department of Taxation issued OL 1873 on 10th May 2017, answering an...