Remitting profits from Vietnam, out now and available for download in the Asia Briefing Bookstore, explains how to remit profits effectively. It examines relevant restrictions on remittances, outlines the steps required to remit profits, and presents a case study on managing accounts to ensure liquidity.
On April 6th, Vietnam’s National Assembly approved amendments to Value Added Taxation (VAT), Special Consumption Tax (SCT), and Tax Administration. The amendments become effective July 1st and are likely to impact a variety of invested enterprises. Read more for a detailed looks at specific adjustments and relevant dates to watch.
Draft legislation published by the Vietnamese Ministry of Finance on March 25th has proposed significant adjustments to business licensing within the country. These changes have the potential to raise fees by as much as three times their current levels and, if approved, could become effective as soon as January 1st of 2017.
This concise, detailed, yet pragmatic guide is ideal for CFOs, compliance officers and heads of accounting who need to be able to navigate the complex tax and accounting landscape in Vietnam in order to effectively manage and strategically plan their Vietnam operations.
Corporate Income Taxation (CIT) is a constant for companies of all sizes, regardless of their jurisdiction. With this in the mind, the following article outlines the manner in which corporate taxation is currently applied within Vietnam. We outline applicable rates, highlight possible deductions, and give insight on the manner in which income is calculated.
Vietnam’s Ministry of Finance has announced that certain automobiles, depending on their engine displacement values, will receive a special consumption tax (SCT) rebate beginning July 1, 2016. However, other cars will see a higher tax compared to their current levels.
In part three of this three-part series, Vietnam Briefing discusses the impact of differences between IFRS and VAS on companies’ income statements.
In part two of this three-part series, Vietnam Briefing introduces the impact of the differences between IFRS and VAS on the presentation of balance sheets.
Key differences between IFRS and VAS include terminology, applied methods or presentation scope. In this article, we cover some of the critical differences between the two financial reporting systems.
To simplify the tax payment process, the Ministry of Finance has issued Circular No. 110/2015/TT-BTC to guide the implementation of electronic transaction in tax administration.