• Tax

    In collaboration with a leading local accountancy firm, OBG provides an overview of the tax system, including information on corporate, sales and income taxes. Other topics include repatriation of profits, capital movements, investment incentives, Customs duties and free zones.
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The major taxes imposed in Thailand are: Corporate income tax: Thai incorporated entities are generally subject to tax on their worldwide income, while foreign incorporated companies are subject to tax on income derived from carrying on business in Thailand or on certain categories of income paid from Thailand. The standard corporate tax rate...

 

The main body of tax law in Thailand is the Revenue Code. Taxes listed under the Revenue Code are primarily collected via a self-assessment system of taxation, whereby taxpayers take responsibility for correctly filing their tax returns and paying taxes. The Revenue Department administers the Revenue Code and enforces compliance with the law...

 

The decision of the Full Federal Court of Australia in Chevron Australia Holdings Pty Ltd (CAHPL) v Commissioner of Taxation [2017] FCAFC 62, handed down on April 21, 2017, has drawn considerable interest and may influence the OECD in its development of the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) guidance for the application of the arm’s...

Chapter | Tax from The Report: Thailand 2017

This chapter examines Thailand’s tax laws relevant to businesses. It explains key corporate tax rates and regulations, tax holidays and incentives, and other important areas.

It also contains a viewpoint from Andrew Jackomos and Paul Ashburn, Co-Managing Partners, BDO.

 

The major taxes imposed in Thailand are: Corporate income tax: Thai incorporated entities are generally subject to tax on their worldwide income, while foreign incorporated companies are subject to tax on income derived from carrying on business in Thailand or on certain categories of income paid from Thailand. The standard corporate tax rate...

 

The decision of the Full Federal Court of Australia in Chevron Australia Holdings Pty Ltd (CAHPL) v Commissioner of Taxation [2017] FCAFC 62, handed down on April 21, 2017, has drawn considerable interest and may influence the OECD in its development of the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) guidance for the application of the arm’s...