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With the aim to implement a green policy, The Revenue Department of Thailand has allowed Tax payers to file their taxes online since a few years. Such a measure avoids…

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For accountants and auditors, The “peak season” starts each year between January and May 2013. During these five months, the duty is to submit the audited financial statements and the…

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A worker must be given notice of termination one month or one pay period in advance of termination. This notice period does not apply to employees being terminated for cause…

accounting articles Thailand

The Thailand Board of Investment (BOI) was established to provide investment incentives for both foreign and Thai businesses that are interested in capitalizing on the Board’s promoted activities. The…

accounting Law Thailand

Every year, between January and March employees have the obligation to file their personal income tax returns. These tax returns commonly called PND 90 and PND 91 constitute a synthesis…

Business Blog Thailand

Personal Income tax regulation changes in 2013. Income tax rates are now expended into eight income tax brackets (five brackets previously). First taxation rate is now 5% against 10% before…

Doing Business in Thailand

Trying to optimize your tax liability in implementing intercompany systems with an offshore zone requires respecting valuation rules and methods to comply with the Thai Revenue Code. Indeed, under the…

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