The standard rate for corporate income tax in Thailand is 20%. However, this rate varies based on the type of taxpayer. A reduced Tax Rate for SMEs and Companies promoted by the BOI Small companies benefit from tax exemption up to 300,000 Baht (USD 9,620) while companies promoted by the Board of Investment (BOI) may be granted corporate tax exemptions up to 11 years
RISK AND CRISIS MANAGEMENT IN THE COVID-19 ERA Companies are facing unprecedented times as the measures being deployed to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus (“COVID-19”) are impacting capital markets, supply chains, and business operations. The uncertainties of the current environment serve as a powerful reminder to the Management of the demand for risk management and crisis planning. WHAT TO DO WHEN
The Thai Civil and Commercial Code does not make any distinction between Thai and foreign shareholders. As a result, foreigners can freely register a company in Thailand without any Thai partner. However, there are some restrictions on the business activities that can be carried out in Thailand by foreigners under the Foreign Business Act B.E. 2542 (1999) (FBA). This is notably the case for
Pierre Vanrenterghem will be a panel member at the next Xero Hour on Wednesday morning to discuss clients management in the corporate services industry.
Rosemont Business Asia is proud to announce that it has been short-listed for the Best Entrepreneur Awards by the European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam. We thank the EuroCham for this nomination and look forward to the results!