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.

NEWSLETTER MARCH 2017

Official Letter No. 1091/TCT-TNCN about PIT policy for foreigners On 27th March 2017, the General Department of Taxation issued Official Letter No. 1091/TCT-TNCN regarding personal income tax (PIT) policy applied to foreign expatriates in case a general director of a Vietnamese company is non-resident of Vietnam: – For remuneration paid by the Vietnamese company which he/she receives while working in Vietnam, PIT is calculated at 20% on taxable income. – For salaries paid by a parent company in Japan, salaries received for the portion of work done for the parent company is non-taxable income in Vietnam, while salaries received for...

NEWSLETTER FEBRUARY 2017

Decree No. 20/2017/ND-CP (“Decree 20”) guiding tax management on transfer pricing (TP) On 24th February 2017, the Government issued Decree No. 20/2017/ND-CP guiding tax management for enterprises which have related party transactions. There are some changes in Decree 20 compared with Circular No. 66/2010/TT-BTC issued by the Ministry of Finance. Principles The tax authority shall manage, check, and inspect prices of related party transactions performed by taxpayers based on arm’s-length transaction and substance-over-form principles. Related parties The threshold of investment capital of the owner increases from 20% to 25%. In the past, two parties are considered to be related parties...

NEWSLETTER JANUARY 2017

Official Letter No.92/TCT-KK about declaration on omitted VAT invoices On 10th January 2017, the General Department of Taxation issued Official Letter No.92/TCT-KK about declaration on omitted VAT invoices. Detail of the letter is as follows: In case taxpayers find that the tax declaration already submitted to the tax authority incorrect after the deadline for submitting the tax declaration, taxpayers may make adjustments to the tax declaration submitted. The adjusted tax declaration may be submitted to the tax authority on any working days, regardless of the deadline for submitting the next tax declaration, but before the tax authority or competent authority announces...