China Annual Tax Return

Eliminate risk & save time on compliance in China

Do your China annual tax return correctly with a local expert

Effective January 1st 2019, residents of China (foreign residents included) must submit the China annual tax return filing between March 1st and June 30th following the end of the tax year, which in China is in March, after Chinese New Year. The application involves calculating income, remunerations and royalties obtained and then deducting the tax paid in advance, calculating the refundable or supplementary tax payable, reporting to the tax authorities and making tax settlement

Timeframe to file for annual tax return

Between March 1st and June 30th following the end of the tax year, after Chinese New Year.

Do I need to submit my annual tax return?

Yes. Unless you fit one of the following conditions:

a. You are a non-residents who has resided in China for less than 183 days

b. You are a resident whose annual income does not exceed 120,000 CNY

c. You are a resident whose annual tax return does not exceed 400 CNY

Failure to submit annual tax return and  penalties

If you fails to submit your annual tax return, you may be subject to a fine of varying severity based on tax withheld and it may be recorded in your personal tax credit file.

Our Working Process

01.

You Define

Your income and sources of income

02.

We Prepare

The annual tax return form & calculation

03.

You Confirm

The total tax amount due

04.

We Submit

Your tax fillings… and done!

Contact

Address

436 Hengfeng Road, Greentech Tower Suite 2703, Shanghai 200070, China.

Phone

+86 21 5211 0026


    Frequently Asked Questions

    Effective January 1st 2019, residents of China (foreign residents included) must submit the China annual tax return filing between March 1st and June 30th following the end of the tax year, which in China is in March, after Chinese New Year. The application involves calculating income, remunerations and royalties obtained and then deducting the tax paid in advance, calculating the refundable or supplementary tax payable, reporting to the tax authorities and making tax settlement.

    Between March 1st and June 30th following the end of the tax year.

    Yes. Unless you fit one of the following conditions:

    a. You are a non-residents who has resided in China for less than 183 days

    b. You are a resident whose annual income does not exceed 120,000 CNY

    c. You are a resident whose annual tax return does not exceed 400 CNY

    If you fails to submit your annual tax return, you may be subject to a fine of varying severity based on tax withheld and it may be recorded in your personal tax credit file.

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