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    New tax legislation to comply with Fatca

    Business, Lawalliance Limited Company, Published on 16/05/2017

    » On March 4 last year, Thailand and the United States entered into an agreement to improve international tax compliance and to implement the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (Fatca), which Washington introduced in 2010 in an attempt to discourage tax evasion by US citizens holding assets abroad.


    Tougher measures against tax dodgers

    Business, Lawalliance Limited Company, Published on 21/02/2017

    » The world is entering a new era in which national tax authorities are joining hands to set up a system to hound those who dodge paying their fair share of tax by applying unacceptable tax-planning schemes.


    When receivables are seized to pay off tax debts

    Business, Lawalliance Limited Company, Published on 29/11/2016

    » The government has been giving away a lot of tax packages -- not only as a new-year present but all year round. It started with a tax amnesty programme (without calling it an amnesty), and has also offered allowances for those who spend at Thai resorts during holidays, double deductions for new investments, and tax incentives for investors that take significant steps in contributing to technological growth.


    E-payment and bank secrecy: what's next

    Business, Lawalliance Limited Company, Published on 17/05/2016

    » It has long been understood that a taxpayer has the right to a contractual arrangement that will allow him or her to incur the lowest tax cost where possible. Nothing in past constitutions or the new draft requires Thai nationals to choose a transaction that would expose the parties to the heaviest tax burden, as long as the transaction is within the law.


    How does the Panama leak affect you?

    Business, Lawalliance Limited Company, Published on 19/04/2016

    » If not for the Songkran festival, the news that 16 Thai names were on the infamous Panama Papers list might have got more attention. However, more worrisome is the Offshore Leaks Database, first released by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists in 2013. It exposes the names of more than 750 Thailand-based people and entities, Thai and foreign, that are or have been connected with offshore tax-planning structures, mostly in the British Virgin Islands and Panama.

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