Detailed Explanation of The HK Company Tax

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Detailed Explanation of The HK Company Tax

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The Hong Kong company is required to declare the tax one and a half year later for the first time, and then do it every year. There are 3 kinds of taxes :
1. The property tax.
If you have rent an office in Hong Kong ,you need declare the property tax . in fact, almost all of customers do not rent a real office in Hong Kong, only have the register address that provided by the legal secretary company in Hong Kong, so you do not need declare the property tax .
2. The Salaries tax.
If you have real office in Hong Kong, so you should hired staffs and pay them salaries. Then you need declare the salaries tax. If you do not have office in HK, you do not need pay any salaries tax and just need do the zero declaration every year. As your legal secretary company we will settle this job every year and the service fee will be included in the charges of Annul Return, so you do not need charge for it again .
3. The profit tax.
The HK company that is running and owns the bank account opened in any HK bank is required to pay tax 16.5% of net profit each fiscal year. It need you save the bank statements and the invoices and packing lists of all business. Our Certified Public Accountant will make accounts and audits, then issue auditing report according to all of financial data your provided.The accounting and auditing service fee will be collected according to the difficulty of the work and the quantities of transaction records. The minimum service fee is from MRB7000 or USD1130 in Hong Kong.
tax declaration of none business
The company will be not required to account and audit and pay profit tax to HK Government if meet the following three conditions. You only need make tax declaration of none business. We will help you handle it with service fee rmb800 every year.
Firstly, no buying any real estate in Hong Kong . Secondly, The company has never been run in Hong Kong.Thirdly, has no transaction record in the bank account.
According to the tax rules and laws of HK company, It is illegal that you insist on tax declaration of none business when your company do not meet the three conditions. Once the Hong Kong government find out it, You have not but undertake the following risk and loss.
1.     You will be fine
2.     you must supplement and re-submit all accounts and auditing reports every year in the past.
3.     you also must pay profit tax to HK government according to the auditing report.
4.     your bank account could be closed compulsively by the bank and can never open the bank account again in any HK bank.
Of course, We will respect your right that you choose any tax declaration way.
Though, there once have many companies that do tax declaration of none business did not be caught by the government. The reason is the Hong Kong government was just used to spot check these companies with very small probability in the past. Furthermore many company owners are always stay at foreign countries and some are have bank account in other overseas country. So it is very difficult to check it and will have big expenses. But since 2013, the Hong Kong government and HK banks start to supervise these companies and its bank account more and more strict. So many Hong Kong companies have been fined, and the bank accounts of many companies have been closed compulsively.
So, as long as you will always be engaged in the legal business and expect well development, and do not want to be fined and the bank account to be closed compulsively in the future. You would be better do the legal tax declaration .

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