The Inland Revenue Department (IRD) in Hong Kong issues both an employee salary and pension tax return (IR 56B) and a non-employee remuneration tax return (IR 56M) to the company in March every year, as well as the company profits tax return (BIR 51 or 52) or issued individual income tax returns (BIR 60), and property tax returns, etc. to be issued on April. All forms must be submitted to the Tax Bureau within one to three months, and offenders may be imposed!
Our team is devoted to providing high-quality tax services to small and medium-sized enterprises as follows:
Filling in various tax forms on behalf of the client and estimating client tax liabilities and credits.
Processing or organizing clients’ supporting documents while assisting to prepare accounts that comply with taxation and company regulations.
Replying to enquiry letters raised by IRD on behalf of the client.
Applying for an extension of tax return or objection against tax assessment.
Providing tax planning and consulting for clients.