Time to Claim a Tax Refund for 2021 - Now!

Have you questioned yourself if you have over-paid tax during the year? Why not considering claiming a tax refund!

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2021 Tax Filing Season Now! - Guide on Thai Personal Income Tax for 2021

As it is now time to file a year-end Thai personal income tax for 2021 (due on 31 March 2022), please visit our Guide on Thai Personal Income Tax for 2021

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Tax deductions from shopping are back!

You can claim a tax deduction of up to 30,000 Thai baht for domestic purchases of goods and services that were made during 1 January 2022 through 15 February 2022. For more information, please click "Read More".

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Change of the rule in claiming a tax refund in Thailand

The Krungthai Bank Public Company Limited (Krungthai Bank) has changed the rule in converting the tax refund letter of a foreign national.

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Colleting Tax on Gains from Trading Cryptocurrencies : Challenges to Thai tax authorities

The capability of the Thai tax authorities to collect income tax from someone who earned gains from trading cryptocurrencies still remains in doubt.

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Last month to file the tax return and claim the tax refund for 2020!

We have entered June 2021, which is the final month to file a year-end Thai personal income tax return for 2020 and claim the tax refund for that year, without penalties and surcharges.

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Tax saving from mutual fund investments for 2020

As there are some changes to the rules for claiming the tax deductions from investing in mutual funds in Thailand (e.g. LTFs and RMFs) for this year 2020, if you wish to know more details about those changes, please click "Read More".

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Mid-year tax return filing requirement for those who rent out property in Thailand

If you rent out your property in Thailand, you may have to file a mid-year Thai income tax return. For more information, please click "Read More".

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Tax Deduction for Purchases

In December 2018, the Thai government issued the Ministry Regulation No. 341. Under this law, the purchases of some goods are deductible for personal income tax purposes of the buyers, who is an individual. 

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Tax Deduction for a Second Child

Previously, a child deductible amount for personal income tax purposes was 30,000 baht per child. 

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