When Hong Kong and overseas companies engaged in commercial activities in Mainland China, the first thing they have to face is the complicated China tax system, which involves value-added tax, business tax, personal income tax, corporate income tax, etc. However, the calculation of these taxes is closely related to China's tax invoices. For a corporate boss, a financial officer or just an ordinary employee, in addition to the complex China taxes, they have to deal with a wide variety of invoices and receipts in Mainland China. There are invoices for restaurant meals, hotel accommodation, shopping, karaoke, or even sauna. How many types of China's invoices are there? How to identify true and fake invoices? Can the receipts be credited? Are invoices issued by hotels, restaurants or karaokes recognised? Do airplane tickets, train tickets, subway tickets, bus tickets…etc. belong to tax invoices? Are those sales invoices sold by local hawkers real ones? Can they be used? Why suppliers quote different prices - with invoice and without invoice? The "Golden Tax Project Phase III" has been fully implemented in Mainland China recently. While most people would know that the newly launched tax system has made tax reviews more stringent, they seldom know what exactly "Golden Tax Project Phase III" is or its role. How should they manage tax invoices in the future? In this workshop, our speaker will answer these questions one by one.
(This event will be conducted in Cantonese. Please refer to the Chinese version for details.)