China Tax Guide: Tax, Accounting and Audit (Sixth Edition)

Published: May 2013

This 2013 edition of the China Tax Guide offers a comprehensive overview of the major taxes foreign investors are likely to encounter when establishing or operating a business in China, as well as other tax-relevant obligations. This concise, detailed, yet pragmatic guide is ideal for CFOs, compliance officers and heads of accounting who need to be able to navigate the complex tax and accounting landscape in China in order to effectively manage and strategically plan their China operations.

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This 2013 edition of the China Tax Guide offers a comprehensive overview of the major taxes foreign investors are likely to encounter when establishing or operating a business in China, as well as other tax-relevant obligations. This concise, detailed, yet pragmatic guide is ideal for CFOs, compliance officers and heads of accounting who need to be able to navigate the complex tax and accounting landscape in China in order to effectively manage and strategically plan their China operations.

Taxation permeates business transactions in China, and a strong understanding of tax liabilities enables foreign investors to maximize the tax efficiency of their foreign investment while ensuring full compliance with all tax laws and regulations. This guide overviews taxes for businesses and individuals, and discusses accounting and audit in the China business context.

This guide covers the following topics:

  • China’s Tax System
  • China’s Business Taxes
  • Individual Income Tax
  • Accounting, Audit and Compliance
  • International Taxation

Within these topics, we discuss China’s tax laws and administration, corporate income tax, withholding tax, value-added tax and individual income tax calculation and applicability. We also cover annual compliance requirements, profits/dividends repatriation and financial due diligence. In the international taxation context, we address anti-avoidance, transfer pricing and double tax treaties.

This popular and easy to understand guidebook, now in its sixth edition, will be of practical use to all executives involved in handling company finance’s concerning China, including:

  • Chief Executive Officers
  • Chief Financial Officers
  • Accounting Managers
  • Tax Specialists
  • Compliance Professionals
  • Legal Counsel
  • Audit Managers
  • Import-Export Managers

Professor Paul Gillis of the Guanghua School of Management at Peking University has selected Asia Briefing’s China Tax Guide as a textbook for his MBA course on Tax Planning and Tax Accounting. Asia Briefing is proud to provide complimentary copies to support one of China’s strongest MBA programs. 

 


Number of Pages: 64

 


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