An overview of the Hong Kong Tax System
The Hong Kong tax year runs from 1st day of April of each year to the 31st day of the following March.
A company doing business in Hong Kong or an individual would normally encounter the following different kinds of tax:
1. Profits Tax – business profits derived from Hong Kong are subject to Profits Tax.
2. Salaries Tax – employment income derived from Hong Kong are subject to Salaries Tax.
3. Property Tax – rental income derived from landed properties in Hong Kong are subject to Property Tax.
In addition, stamp duties are payable on acquisition of landed properties and transfer of shares in Hong Kong incorporated companies.
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