Vietnam’s tax codes are used to identify taxpayers and define tax liability. Vietnam Briefing describes the process to acquire them and why they matter.
Vietnam introduced Decree 126 on guiding the implementation on the Law on Tax Administration. The Decree takes effect on December 5, 2020.
Decree 125 details penalties for violations in tax and invoicing. Investors should understand the violations before December 5 to ensure compliance.
Vietnam issued Decree 123 delaying the implementation of e-invoices until July 2022. Vietnam Briefing highlights the steps to be compliant by the deadline.
Vietnam approved a 30 percent corporate income tax reduction for 2020 which will help boost cash flow for businesses affected by COVID-19
Vietnam approved a new Tax Administration Law which became effective on July 1. Vietnam Briefing highlights key points that investors need to be aware of.
Tax, Accounting, and Audit in Vietnam 2020, the latest publication from Dezan Shira & Associates, is out now and available for download.
Vietnam Briefing highlights the proposed corporate income tax cut to help boost the economy from the after-effects of COVID-19.
Vietnam’s National Assembly approved the increase in personal income tax deductions for individuals and dependents for 2020.
For foreigners working in Vietnam, determining the applicability of personal income tax (PIT) to one’s situation involves decoding a number of rules. Here, we consider tax-exempt incomes, employment benefits not subject to PIT, and tax reductions for dependents.