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Tax Filing and Computation

Profits Tax Return

According to Inland Revenue Ordinance, having a limited company in Hong Kong, the company will receive a first Profit Tax Return 18 months after the date of Incorporation.

Employer’s Tax Return

Besides filing a Profit Tax Return every year, a Hong Kong company should file an Employer's Return of Remuneration and Pension every year with year end of March 31, to report staffs' salaries.

Individual Tax Return

For an Individual receiving salaries from the company has to file an Individual Tax Return every year with the year end of March 31.

Failure to file the above tax returns will subject to fine and penalty. Thus, tax filing and planning is very important as it enables a company and an individual to save money for future development and expansion. Through careful and proper tax filing will reduce tax burden and avoid any unnecessary penalty. As your tax representative, we are always enthusiastic to assist you and your company on the tax issues.

Our tax filing services also include:

Lodging of Objection to Assessment

An objection to an assessment on behalf of client to be lodged within 1 month after the issue date of the notice of assessment from HKIRD.

Holdover and Payment of Tax

The provisional tax payable is calculated with reference to the final tax assessed for the preceding year. If the provisional tax exceeds the final tax assessed, the excess is applied against the provisional tax payable for the succeeding year. An application must be made in writing within 28 days before the due date for payment or 14 days after the date of the notice for payment, whichever is later.

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

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