Our December 2017 Tax Update publication focuses on upcoming changes for payroll expenses and calculations for Vietnamese employers, along with a selection of Official Letters released by the Tax Authorities.
Download our 2018 Vietnam Compliance Calendar, which provides an overview of the dates and obligations for Accounting, Taxation, Payroll and Statistical Lodgements for Vietnamese entities for the 2018 Financial Year.
With the 2017 year end approaching, it is time for individuals who earned income in Vietnam during the year to consider their obligations for their annual personal tax finalisations.
Our November 2017 Tax Update publication focuses on upcoming changes for payroll expenses and calculations for Vietnamese employers, along with a selection of Official Letters released by the tax authorities.
Substantial changes come into effect from 1 January 2018 affecting the calculation of payrolls in Vietnam. The results of the changes are that, essentially, remuneration payments received by employees will be subject to compulsory Insurances and Personal Income Tax (“PIT”) unless specifically excluded.
We have released our guide to Corporate Structures in Vietnam for Foreign Investors.
This publication provides easy to read guidance covering the available structures when investing in Vietnam, the key roles and positions of individuals, and documents required for investment.
This month we look at a proposal for structural changes to Vietnam’s taxation system in this September 2017 publication of our Tax Updates from Domicile Corporate Services. We also look at other releases from the authorities that we believe are of interest to taxpayers in Vietnam.
This August 2017 Tax Updates publication from Domicile Corporate Services looks at selected changes that have an impact on businesses operating in Vietnam. If you have any questions arising from this publication, then please contact us.
At the present time, foreign individuals working in Vietnam are only subject to compulsory government Health Insurance and Personal Income Tax on their salary. However, changes from 1 January 2018 will result in Social Insurance becoming compulsory for most foreign employees in Vietnam. With a total impact to salaries of up to 25.5% (17.5% employer portion and 8% employee portion), this may result in a substantial impact on payroll costs and take-home salaries.
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