After a Hong Kong company is registered, funds may be transferred between it and the personal accounts of shareholders and directors of the Hong Kong company in the daily operation. For example, when a Hong Kong company transfers funds to the personal accounts of shareholders, how should this money be recorded in the account of the Hong Kong company when it audits the accounts?
Hong Kong company registrationLater, in the daily operation, there may be fund transactions with the personal accounts of shareholders and directors of the Hong Kong company. For example, when the Hong Kong company transfers money to the personal accounts of shareholders, how should the money be entered into the account when the Hong Kong company audits the accounts?
For the aboveRegistered Hong Kong companyThe funds transferred to individual shareholders, the Hong Kong company shall, in accordance with the nature of the funds, submit the corresponding documents as the accounting vouchers of the Hong Kong company, before they can be included in the corresponding accounting accounts.
For example, if the payment is a dividend to shareholders of the Hong Kong company, the dividend resolution of the Hong Kong company should be provided, and the audit report of the Hong Kong company for the last year should show that the after-tax profit of the Hong Kong company is sufficient for the dividend to be recorded as a dividend. Of course, the dividend is an after-tax expense, which can not be offset against the profits of the Hong Kong company.
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