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

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We would like to take this opportunity to show appreciation to the clients who have supported us over the years and to introduce our service to those who are new to us. We are evolving day to day in order to meet the needs of the clients.

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

HSKV joined SFAI (SANTA FE ASSOCIATES)

Dear valued customers, We would like to announce that, in May 2018, HSK Vietnam Audit Company Limited (HSKV) became a member firm of SANTA FE ASSOCIATES (SFAI). SFAI is a transnational network of accountants and consultants throughout the world. SFAI has 200 offices in 70 countries, headquartered in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA and now has a presence in Vietnam. You can see more about SFAI at www.sfai.eu. As a member of SFAI, we commit to continuously improving our service quality. Thank you very much. Best regards, HSK Vietnam Audit Company Limited

NEWSLETTER APRIL 2018

Official Letter No. 14676/CT-TTHT (OL 14676): VAT policy on cash receipts from parent company This OL issued by Hanoi Department of Taxation handles the case a company receives money from the parent company for its business activities. + If the company receives the money without providing service (repair/guarantee/promotion/advertising services etc.) for the parent company, the company shall not declare and pay VAT according to the regulation at Clause 1, Article 5, Circular No. 219/2013/TT-BTC dated 31st December 2013 by the Ministry of Finance. The company records the receipts to other income upon receipt, following the regulation at Clause 15, Article...

NEWSLETTER MARCH 2018

Decree No. 41/2018/NĐ-CP (Decree 41): administrative penalty on financial statements preparation According to Decree 41, a company can be imposed a penalty ranging from VND 10 million to VND 20 million when it does not prepare sufficient financial statements as required. Moreover, the penalty amount will be adjusted when it violates the regulations relating to financial reporting as follows: –  Failing to prepare statutory financial statements: from VND 20 million to VND 30 million – Information presented in the financial statements is not true and fair in presentation: from VND 20 million to VND 30 million –  Falsifying the financial...