China requires all foreign invested enterprises including WFOEs, JVs, FICEs, and ROs to comply with the annual audit and other compliances.
China extends tax cuts for small and micro firms as the government seeks to stabilize the economy and stave off unemployment.
China’s new Individual Income Tax (IIT) law came into effect on January 1, introducing new tax brackets and a slew of other changes to the country’s IIT system.
The latest issue of China Briefing Magazine, Annual Audit and Compliance in China, is available for download from the Asia Briefing Publication Store.
China is offering withholding tax deferrals for reinvestments in the country. In this article, we look at who can benefit from this incentive, and what criteria investors must meet to qualify.
Many foreign companies are unprepared to deal with instances of fraud in China. In this article, we look at how to identify and assess fraud risks in China.
China has specific compliance requirements for each channel the foreign invested entity may choose in order to make outbound payments.
China’s IIT reform has created questions for taxpayers since its introduction. Read our seven key points from the draft implementation rules before calling your advisor.