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Hong Kong Taxation 2000-01

Law and Practice

by David Flux

  • 275 Want to read
  • 4 Currently reading

Published by Chinese University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Business law,
  • Financial law,
  • International Law,
  • Taxation law,
  • Law,
  • Tax Law,
  • Legal Reference / Law Profession,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Taxation,
  • Economics - General,
  • Government - Comparative,
  • Business & Financial,
  • International

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages1300
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9358938M
    ISBN 109622019439
    ISBN 109789622019430
    OCLC/WorldCa46961395

    Pursuant to the Hong Kong Companies Ordinance, the annual financial statements of a Hong Kong limited company must be audited by a Certified Public Accountant. The audited financial statements must be laid before the shareholders at the Annual General Meeting, and submitted or retained for later submission to the Inland Revenue Department. As it is, you'd need a team of sniffer dogs to try and find a tax in Hong Kong. There is no sales tax, no capital gains tax, and most importantly of all almost no VAT. It's the latter that made Hong Kong shopping such a hit for much of the 90s and 00s, and while the boom times of budget prices have waned, this is still a free port.

      The Trump administration has suspended or terminated three bilateral agreements with Hong Kong covering extradition and tax exemptions.   Hong Kong is considered a leading tax haven due to its laws that limit taxation on the island’s wealthy foreign residents and corporations. In fact, in , accounting firm PwC and the World.

      WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration on Wednesday suspended or terminated three bilateral agreements with Hong Kong covering extradition and tax exemptions, the latest in a series of U.S. Tax System. Updated on October Hong Kong tax system is quite simple, Hong Kong ranks No 1 in The Heritage Foundation for economic business freedom. Your company is offshore: if you don’t do business in and from Hong Kong, as example if your suppliers are in China and your clients in Europe, if you don’t have a permanent office (other than your HK registered address) and a team.


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Hong Kong Taxation 2000-01 by David Flux Download PDF EPUB FB2

Hong Kong Taxation Law and Practice Paperback – November 1, by David Flux (Author), David G. Smith (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ — Paperback $Author: David Flux, David G. Smith. The objective of Hong Kong Taxation and Tax Planning is to provide readers with taxation knowledge Hong Kong Taxation 2000-01 book the basic to the advance level of tax the same time, this book is a very valuable tool for students learning their materials for the preparation of academic and professional examinations.

Hong Kong Profits Tax is a tax levied on the net profits on business. Companies and individuals (sole proprietors) carrying out business in Hong Kong will be liable to Profits Tax provided that the profits are sourced in Hong source of profits is one of the most controversial topics in the context of Hong Kong taxation.

The book explains the principles and practice of Hong Kong taxation law together with the relevant Court and Board of Review decisions and contains numerous practical examples. The new edition includes legislative changes up to 31 July as well as the latest developments pertaining to the OECD’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS.

In fact, World Bank’s Doing Business Report ranks Hong Kong as the world’s lowest tax region. Types of Taxes in Hong Kong. Hong Kong Government imposes only three direct taxes on individuals and companies, which itself are imposed at very low rates and comes out to be even lower with generous allowances and deductions.

These are. Corporate – This is the tax that is charged on the profits that are earned by the company and the Hong Kong government charges % for the corporate Tax.

For the new tax regime for the PTR (01 April to 31 March ) onwards, only % corporate tax on the first HKD 2 million assessable profits, and % corporate tax on profits. Taxation in Hong Kong (SAR) is territorial.

The residence status of the employee is generally not determinative when considering their liability to salaries tax. Hong Kong (SAR) salaries tax is charged in respect of income arising in or derived from Hong Kong (SAR) from any office or employment of profit (and any pension).

All fares, government taxes and fees, and surcharges are subject to change at any time. For ticket cancellations, where applicable, the Hong Kong Passenger Security Charge, the Hong Kong Air Passenger Departure Tax, and the Hong Kong International Airport Construction Fee will be refunded without any administration fees.

(only for enquiries relating to tax clearance for taxpayers leaving Hong Kong) From 9am to noon and from pm to 4pm, Monday to Friday: Central Telephone Enquiry: From 9am to pm and from pm to 4pm, Monday to Friday: Business Registration Office. (only for enquiries relating to tax clearance for taxpayers leaving Hong Kong) From 9am to noon and pm to 4pm, Monday to Friday: Central Telephone Enquiry: From 9am to pm and pm to 4pm, Monday to Friday: Business Registration Office: From 9am to noon and pm to 4pm.

Interest income is subject to Hong Kong profits tax only where it is sourced in Hong Kong. For certain types of taxpayers, notably financial institutions, there are specific rules with respect to determining the source of interest income in Hong Kong.

Interest income derived from financial institutions is specifically exempt from tax in Hong Kong. Hong Kong SAR adopts a territorial basis of taxation.

Profits tax is payable by every person (defined to include corporation, partnership, and sole proprietorship) carrying on a trade, profession, or business in Hong Kong SAR on profits arising in or derived from Hong Kong SAR from that trade, profession, or.

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HK$5, HK$5, Add to Cart. P6 Advanced Taxation (FA19) KIT HK$ HK$ Add to Cart. Add to. The proposed job will start in HK in October, so that's 4 months working into the Aussie tax year.

My question is, do I a) pay tax on Aussie earnings for those 4 months of work in Aus, then move to HK and pay income tax on HK earnings ALONE or b) pay Aus tax on my Aussie and HK earnings, AND pay tax on HK earnings in HK.

Guide to Hong Kong Income Tax Rates and Income Tax System Hong Kong’s tax system is governed by the Inland Revenue Ordinance and its subsidiary legislation, the Inland Revenue Rules. These authorities govern the corporate and individual taxation matters in Hong Kong.

The book covers the major areas of Hong Kong taxation—profits tax, salaries tax, property tax, personal assessment and stamp duty.

It also includes a chapter giving a general overview of international tax issues and how they pertain to Hong Kong. As offshore legal counsel based in Hong Kong, we commonly deal with the book ends of inbound private equity investment into the People’s Republic of China ("PRC"), that being, the initial establishment of the offshore investment fund structure, typically structured as a limited partnership and domiciled in either the Cayman Islands or British Virgin Islands (the "PE Fund") at one end, and at.

The Trump administration on Wednesday suspended or terminated three bilateral agreements with Hong Kong covering extradition and tax exemptions, the latest in a series of U.S. moves in response to China’s imposition of strict national security laws over the former British territory.

A Hong Kong private limited company is a legal entity separated from the individuals who own, manage, and support its operations. It is, in other words, a legal person in its own right, and therefore it is subject to the reporting requirements and compliance obligations as.

The income tax in Hong Kong is only imposed on those that are sourced in Hong Kong through an office, employment or pension. The definition of these three are as follows: This refers to those who earn an income as a director or owner of an office or business in Hong Kong.

As a director, you will be fully taxed – regardless if some services. It might ease your mind a little to first know that Hong Kong generally has a highly attractive hong kong tax regime like profit tax stamp duty in Hong Kong, with low personal and corporate tax this post, we’ve broken down the essential Hong Kong taxes you have to take note of as you go about establishing your business in Hong Kong.Wide Coverage: The book covers the major areas of Hong Kong taxation—Property Tax, Salaries Tax, Profits Tax, Personal Assessment and Stamp Duty.

It explains the principles and practice of taxation law with relevant tax cases, Board of Review decisions and contains numerous practical examples.The Hong Kong Tax System: its History, its Future and the Lessons it Holds for the Rest of the World Q Michael Littlewood* This article consists of three parts.

The fi rst part, which is also the lengthi-est, reviews Hong Kong’s tax history from (when taxes .