Tag: VAT

Tax news: Value added tax exemptions for China’s small-scale businesses are in place

Recently, small and micro China enterprises saw preferential tax relief under the promulgation of the Notice on Implementing the Policy of Inclusive Tax Relief for Small Profit Enterprises Circular, Caishui No. 13 [2019] (Circular 13). What’s more, provisions in Circular 13 further exempt small-scale taxpayers from value-added taxes, provided their monthly sales fall below RMB…

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China VAT rate reductions in effect from 1 May

This post is part of Horizons ongoing sharing of important information related to the implementation of China VAT reforms. China business enterprises within 17% and 11% value-added tax rates subject to a 1% reduction On the 4 April 2018, the Ministry of Finance and State Administration of Taxation jointly announced (Cai Shui [2018] No. 32) that…

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A refresher on the Chinese fapiao 发票 (receipt, invoice) — what you need to know

With important policy implementations recently being made by China’s State Administration of Taxation regarding China VAT general invoices, we felt it would be appropriate to offer a Chinese fapio (发票) refresher post — or more accurately, provide a few links to posts explaining the fapio system. The Chinese fapio is a legal receipt that serves as proof…

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