Tag: China Individual Income Tax

China tax alert: individual income tax deductions — catch yourself up with the new changes in play on IIT calculations

The revised Individual Income Tax Law of the People’s Republic of China stands to significantly affect workers’ monthly net salaries going forth in 2019. From 1 January, individuals monthly net salaries should have risen from their December salary, as the individual withholding tax calculation has been altered from a monthly taxable basis to annual accumulated…

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China tax alert: China Individual Income Tax reform — highlights from the ‘Implementation Regulation’

The revised Individual Income Tax (IIT) promulgated on 31 August 2018 and fully effective from 1 January marks significant changes to the individual taxation in China. Primarily, the changes relieve certain tax burdens for low and middle income-earners. In previous tax articles, we have highlighted a number of key takeaways related to IIT. For foreigners…

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China tax alert: Individual Income Tax — special additional deductions

The Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress revised the Individual Income Tax Law of the People’s Republic of China (IIT). The revisions came partly into effect in October 2018 predominantly affecting tax rates and general standard deductions for general income (please see previous tax-related articles). From 1 January 2019, the revised IIT law goes…

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