The Hong Kong company does the share transfer in Hong Kong, but it also has a Hong Kong company, so it needs to pay special attention to not only prepare the documents required by the Hong Kong company for the stamp duty of the tax bureau, but also prepare the documents of the subsidiary to submit to the Printing Department. What documents do the subsidiary need to prepare?
A Hong Kong company does a share transfer in Hong Kong, but the company has a Hong Kong company, so it needs special attention, can not only prepareConversion of shares by Hong Kong companyThe required documents shall be submitted to the tax bureau for stamp duty, and the documents of the subsidiary shall be prepared and submitted to the Printing Office together. What documents shall the subsidiary prepare? I will introduce them to you one by one below.
First of all, the subsidiary shall provide the audit report of the most recent year, if not, the financial statement of the most recent year shall be provided. If the financial statement of the most recent year is more than three months since the conversion, the financial statement of the most recent three months shall be provided. In addition, the Printing Office of the Tax Bureau may also ask why there is no audit report. If asked, there needs to be a reasonable reason why the audit report was not available.
If the subsidiary has been cancelled, the cancellation certificate of the subsidiary needs to be provided. If the cancellation certificate is in a language other than Chinese and English, a translation of the cancellation certificate needs to be issued. Then submit to the Printing Department of the Inland Revenue Department together with the documents required for the cancellation of the Hong Kong company.
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