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10th August 2022


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The Inland Revenue Department (“IRD”) will issue tax returns to individuals, sole proprietors, partnerships, property owners and limited companies. Such persons and corporations should complete and file the tax return within 1 to 3 months from the issue date of the tax returns together with the required documents to the IRD. Profits tax returns will be issued within 18 months from the commencement date of business of companies in Hong Kong. Should the person haven’t received profits tax returns from the IRD, he/she should notify the IRD of its chargeability of Hong Kong Profits Tax.

Tax Returns shall be completed by the taxpayers and returned to the IRD. However, taxpayers usually do not have sufficient professional knowledge and are liable to more tax liability than necessary if the profits tax returns have been wrongly completed. Some taxpayers have even been prosecuted and fined due to omissions of information to be included in the returns. We are experienced in handling tax issues and confident to minimize your risk of filing problematic tax returns.

We have years of experience in taxation consultancy which enhance our efficiency of handling various individual and corporate taxation issues thus your time and resources can be focused on the development of your company’s own business.

Our scope of services includes:

Preparing and filing a tax return

Calculating estimated tax liabilities

Tax planning

Assisting customers to reply any inquiries issued by the IRD

Acting as the tax representative of our customers upon objection of tax assessments

We specialise in the following tax services:

Profits Tax

Profits Tax for self-employed (a sole proprietor or a partner of a partnership business)

Salaries Tax for employee

Property Tax

Stamp Duty

Our fee will be charged based on situations of individual cases. If you would like to engage us for the provision of the above services, please contact us immediately. Or unnecessary delay may lead to extra tax problems!