China’s new IIT Law, which came into effect January 1, changes the way tax residency is determined for expatriates as well as the scope of taxable income.
Visa policy in China is subject to frequent updates and regional variations. Enterprises must note which visa types are applicable when hiring a foreign intern in China.
The Greater Bay Area officially announced detailed rules for the implementation of the preferential individual income tax policy for overseas talents.
Hiring staff is one among the first key decisions a company will come across in China. We discuss legal considerations when directly staffing your firm in the country.
Foreigners can participate in China’s social insurance scheme but should understand how to claim their insurance payments when they leave the country.
Individuals working in China – both Chinese and foreign – are required to pay individual income tax and social insurance on their earnings. Here, you can use our individual income tax and social insurance calculator to determine your tax obligations.
Human Resources and Payroll in China 2019-2020 (7th Edition) is out now and available for download through the Asia Briefing Publication Store.
Beijing’s monthly minimum wage for full-time employees is set to rise on July 1, 2019.