China’s rapidly changing tax regulations make on-going tax planning an essential part of doing business in China. Tax planning and organisation are paramount to avoid uncertainty or disagreement with the local tax office, especially in China where the tax system is relatively under-developed, and inconsistent across different jurisdictions.

Corporate Income Tax
2017.09.06
Corporate Income Tax (CIT) Tax planning is vital when doing business in China due to China’s constant changes in corporate tax regulations. Blue Avenue offers extensive tax planning, encouraging the ideology that your business must be commercially viable and balanced to yield tax efficiencies and mitigate the risk of challenges from the tax authorities. At Blue Avenue our clients have the opportunity to exercise many taxation services including developing tax optimisation structures,...

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Individual Tax Planning & Filing
2017.07.31
Individual Tax Planning & Filing (IIT)   Individual Income Tax (IIT) is a form of tax that needs to be paid with your salary in China. This is organised through the employer who should withhold the correct amount of tax before payment of salary, to make it easier for staff. People working for foreign employers, given that certain criteria are met, have the opportunity to reduce their IIT liability and be taxed based on the actual number of days living in China. Blue Avenue has long-standing...

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