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18 02 2020
Most companies in Thailand will hire the following persons (foreign or local) to work for their companies from time to time: (1) Secondees, (2) Related-Company Dispatches, (3) Freelancers, (4) Subcontractors. However, very few companies have a good understanding of the distinctions or the different tax and legal differences between these four options, which can lead to tax and legal problems if not handled correctly.
13 01 2020
09 12 2019
11 09 2017
Did you know that earlier this year the Thai Revenue Department issued a “Notification on e-Tax Invoicing by e-mail BE2560” permitting SME businesses to use e-tax invoicing by email? This relates to the preparing, delivering and maintaining of Tax Invoices. This became effective from 1 March 2017 but the information was not widely circulated in English.
14 02 2017
THE CABINET approved on 4th January 2017 a draft amendment to the Labour Protection Act, which requires employers to provide compensation to retiring employees as well as setting the official retirement age as 60. The new legislation is expected to become effective in May 2017.
01 04 2015
, it has been possible to do 90-day Immigration Department updates online.
Previously, a foreigner or his/her representative had to visit the Immigration Office where the visa was issued.
The notification procedures are described in the Order of the Immigration Bureau No. 48/2558 issued on 17 March 2015.
Company’s Registered Capital
06 03 2015
This announcement was made on 6th March 2015, and adds “attending a Board of Directors’ Meeting” to six activities which were previously announced in 2013.
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