If you have registered a company in Hong Kong, the Hong Kong company makes profits and distributes dividends to shareholders. If you get dividends from the Hong Kong company, do you have to pay taxes in Hong Kong?
If you are inHong Kong incorporated companyIf the Hong Kong company makes profits, it needs to pay dividends to shareholders. If you get dividends from the Hong Kong company, do you need to pay taxes in Hong Kong?
The first thing to be clear is that dividends in Hong Kong are paid out of after-tax profits, so the dividends,Hong Kong incorporated companyNot required to pay any tax in Hong Kong;
Secondly, Hong Kong tax law stipulates that,Hong Kong incorporated companyNo capital gains tax. This means that if you invest in a Hong Kong company, the gains you make on that investment are capital gains (e.g., dividends) and are not subject to tax in Hong Kong. For this dividend, when the Hong Kong company does the accounting audit, you need to provide the corresponding dividend resolution as the accounting voucher.
Is the dividend subject to tax in mainland China? The answer is tax. Specific to the situation, if it is the Chinese mainland individual investmentRegistered Hong Kong companyIn accordance with the regulations, dividends received by individuals shall be paid in accordance with20%Is subject to individual income tax in mainland China. If a company in mainland China invests in a company registered in Hong Kong, the dividends obtained shall be incorporated into the profits of the domestic company as investment income, and the domestic enterprise income tax shall be paid together.
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