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Accounting & tax guides.

This guide covers the essential Thai accounting requirements set out in the accounting standards, accounting act and other provisions.
There is both direct and indirect tax you may be subject to, and it is important to know which taxes you will need to pay.
The purpose of withholding tax in Thailand is to reduce an annual burden on the taxpayer. Our guide explains how it works and what to do.
Learn how residential status affects how personal income tax (PIT) is calculated in Thailand on both local and foreign sourced income.
Our guide explains the importance for newly established companies reaching the VAT threshold to register for VAT and complete requirements.
In this guide, we provide an overview of the different tax submission forms that businesses may need to file, including the value-added tax (VAT) return, withholding tax return, and corporate income tax return. We outline the key information required for each form and the submission frequency so that you can ensure your business stays compliant […]
Know the tax rates and exemptions, and understand your personal income tax obligations to avoid unnecessary complications.
Our guide explains double-taxation for individuals or companies in Thailand who can benefit from relief through tax exemptions or tax credits.
Thailand has strict regulations regarding foreign exchange transactions and also impose taxes on profit remittance. Explore the regulations.
Land & buildings tax is a new type of tax that came into effect on 1 Jan 2020, replacing ‘local maintenance tax’ and ‘household and land tax’.