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Tax Investigation and Field Audit Support

HKIRD has the authority to conduct a field audit or tax investigation examining your business records and personal financial affairs, and possibly those of your close relatives for the latest one (1) to six (6) years of assessment so as to satisfy themselves that your tax returns are in order.

HKIRD will issue tax assessments to recover the amount of tax undercharged to taxpayer due to below situation

  • Submission of an incorrect return
  • An incorrect statement in connection with a claim for any deduction or allowance
  • Given any incorrect information which affects his/her own tax liability or the liability of any person
  • Failed to comply with the requirements to furnish a return
  • Failed to notify the IRD that he/she is chargeable to tax

We represent clients in:

  • Conducting a preliminary review of your business and personal financial records
  • Conduct a pre-audit review to identify potential problem areas
  • Formulate a strategy to handle the IRD tax audit with a view to minimize client tax and penalty exposures
  • Accompany the client to attend IRD interview and liaise with the case officer thereafter
  • Assist in the preparation and submission of a settlement proposal for discussion with the IRD
  • Assist in the preparation and submission of a representation on penalty to the IRD

For more information of our Hong Kong tax services, please contact our tax team by e-mail to tax@atrixbiz.com.

NOTICE
Holiday Notice: The first day of January 2019
Please note that Atrix will be closed on 1 January (Tuesday), and our service to be resumed on 2 January (Wednesday).

Waiving business registration fees for 2019/20
In Hong Kong 2019-20 Budget, the Financial Secretary proposed a waiver of 2019/20 business registration fees of HKD 2,000.   Read more

The Hong Kong 2019-20 Budget Summary
The Financial Secretary of the HKSAR Government will provide new resources ready for use of about HKD 150 billion in the 2019-20 Hong Kong Budget, with additional resources earmarked for various purposes.   Read more