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How to Book Foreign Currency Invoices in Thailand

Newsletter No. 39 (EN) How to Book Foreign Currency Invoices in Thailand   April 2022   I.       Introduction   This Newsletter shall provide a brief information on how to book foreign currency invoices in Thailand. Example Thai company A...

Withholding Tax on Dividends in Thailand

Newsletter No. 69 (EN) Withholding Tax on Dividends in Thailand   April 2022     I.     Introduction   Whenever a Thai Company pays dividend to its shareholders, such dividend is normally subject to income tax at the rate of 10%....

Real Estate Transactions and Tax in Thailands

Newsletter Nr. 30 (EN)Real Estate Transactions and Taxin Thailand   March 2022   This newsletter provides information re­garding real estate transactions in Thai­land.   The Department of Lands (hereafter “DOL”), under the responsibility of...

Transfer of Shares and Shareholder Book in Thailand

Newsletter No. 16 (EN)Transfer of Shares and Shareholder Book in Thailand   March 2022   Although Lorenz & Partners always pays great attention on updating information provided in newsletters and brochures we cannot take responsibility for...

The Value Added Tax (VAT) System in Thailand

Newsletter No. 2 (EN)The Value Added Tax (VAT) System in Thailand   March 2022     Although Lorenz & Partners always pays great attention on updating information provided in newsletters and brochures we cannot take responsibility for...

Transfer Pricingin Thailand (8 pages)

Newsletter No. 195 (EN)Transfer Pricing in Thailand   November 2021   I. Introduction When independent parties contract with each other, the conditions, especially the pricing, will generally be determined by market forces. This is however not...

VAT on Digital Services in Thailand (3 pages)

Newsletter No. 227 (EN)VAT on Digital Services in Thailand   August 2021     Introduction   Services that are used in Thailand are generally subject to 7% value added tax (“VAT”) in Thailand. The service recipient pays 7% VAT to the...