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Expatriates Being Assigned to Hong Kong – Any Possible Tax Mitigation?

27 April 2018

Introduction Hong Kong is an international business hub from where various multinational corporations operate their companies, branches or other forms of establishments. Such operational activity often also involves the employment of management personnel and/or experts from abroad, being assigned to Hong Kong, for several months or years. One of their major concerns is usually their… read more

Hong Kong Profits Tax Returns & Employer’s Returns for the Year 2017/18 Issued

11 April 2018

Introduction This April 2018, most companies/organisations in Hong Kong will receive from the Hong Kong Inland Revenue Department (“IRD”) the annual Profits Tax Returns (Form BIR 51) and Employer’s Returns for the year of assessment 2017/18. (A) Profits Tax Returns Profits Tax Returns are issued to companies/organisations for reporting, amongst others, their assessable profits/adjusted loss… read more

Hong Kong 2018-2019 Budget

5 March 2018

Introduction On 28 February 2018, the Financial Secretary of Hong Kong announced the Budget for the fiscal year 2018-19. It is estimated in the Budget that there will be a surplus of HKD 138 billion in the fiscal year 2017-18, which is HKD 121.7 billion more than the original estimation of HKD 16.3 billion made… read more

Hong Kong Tax Implications on Investment Income

2 February 2018

Introduction Hong Kong is one of the most attractive places in the world for investments in securities, such as shares, bonds, funds, futures and options. As a result, typical questions that may arise are related to i) whether the income/gains derived from those security investments, such as dividends, interests and disposal gains, are subject to… read more

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