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.


Value-added Tax (“VAT”) Declaration of an electronic invoice (“E-invoice”) based on the date of the invoice, not based on the date of digital signing On 11 March 2022, Hanoi Tax Office issued Official Letter No. 8087/CTHN-TTHT guiding tax declaration of e-invoices of which date is different from their digital signing date. Details are as follows: In case a bank issues e-invoices according to Decree No. 123/2020/ND-CP, the date of issue (of invoices for service provision) shall observe Clause 2, Article 9, Decree No. 123/2020/ND-CP. In case the bank has service transactions in mass quantity, frequently, requires proper time to cross-check...


Tax administration Policies on Tax exemption/reduction, tax deadline extension in 2022 On 30 January 2022, the Government issued Resolution No. 11/NQ-CP on a Program on Socio-economic Recovery & Development, and implementation of Resolution No. 43/2022/QH15 on financial and monetary policies. Accordingly, in 2022, the Government will implement the following key policies to help businesses recover and improve after the Covid-19 pandemic: – Reduce VAT rate of goods and services currently subject to 10% VAT rate by 2% (according to Resolution No. 43/2022/QH15); – Allow donations and contributions to pandemic reliefs to be recorded as reasonable expenses (according to Resolution No....


Trial production costs with sufficient evidence On 27 January 2022, Bac Ninh Tax Office issued Official Letter No. 199/CTBNI-TTHT guiding the accounting of trial production costs and whether those are deductible when calculating CIT. Details are as follows: In case a company incurs production costs of trial products, if such expenses satisfy all conditions specified in Clause 1, Article 6 of Circular No. 78/2014/TT-BTC issued by the Ministry of Finance on 18 June 2014, they shall be deductible when calculating CIT. The company must have adequate evidence documents on the whole process of trial production (production plan, decision on trial...