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

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Newsletter

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

NEWSLETTER APRIL 2019

Official Letter No. 1285/TCT-DNNCN (OL 1285) about the determination of the reduced personal income tax (PIT) for individuals working in the economic zones in 2018 On 8 April 2019, the General Department of Taxation issued OL 1285 with the following content: According to Decree No. 82/2018/ND-CP dated 22 May 2018, the reduced PIT of individuals working in the economic zones, border-gate economic zones for the tax year of 2018 is calculated as follows: Reduced PIT   Total PIT payable in the year   Taxable income that individuals received from their works in the economic zones for the period from 01/01/2018...

NEWSLETTER MARCH 2019

Official Letter No. 4079/CT-TTHT (OL 4079): requirement to change depreciation method of fixed assets On 13th March 2019, Binh Duong Department of Taxation issued OL 4079, clarifying the requirement when a company changes the depreciation method of fixed assets as follows: The company itself determines the depreciation method and useful life of fixed assets and informs such information to the tax office before applying the chosen depreciation method. In case the company wants to change the depreciation method of fixed assets which are already in use, the company must explain the reason to change the depreciation method. The depreciation method of...

NEWSLETTER FEBRUARY 2019

Official Letter No. 6351/CT-TT&HT (OL 6351): expenses paid for foreign employees without work permit in Vietnam are non-deductible expenses On 15th February 2019, Hanoi Department of Taxation issued OL 6351, which handles the case that a company paid expenses for foreign employees who did not have a valid work permit according to the detailed regulations on Labor Code. According to this OL, such expenses are not deductible expense for corporate income tax purpose. In addition, this OL clarifies that the company is not allowed to deduct input VAT of these expense. Official Letter No. 7335/CT-TT&HT (OL 7335): requirement to inform...