Vietnam's retirement regime in 2022 has many amendments compared to 2021 in terms of retirement age and pension calculation. To ensure compliance, both employers and employees need to be aware of changes in retirement age and how to calculate pension.
Decree 12/2022/ND-CP dated 17 January 2022 by the Government stipulates several new penalties for violations related to wages and social insurance for employers (enterprises). Thereby, it limits the situation of enterprises in violation and helps to ensure the rights of workers.
The agriculture-forestry-fishery sector increased by 2.5%, industry and construction sector was up 6.4%, the service sector rose by 4.6%, contributing 5.8%, 51% and 43% to overall economic growth, respectively.
Tax returns are declared monthly, quarterly, or annually depending on the type of taxes. According to Article 8, Decree 126/2020/ND-CP, below are the taxes and other amounts collected by tax authorities, which are declared monthly, quarterly, and annually.
Digital transformation has become a trend in the wake of COVID-19 as it is a new engine driving the country’s socio-economic development and facilitating virus response and economic recovery. Digital technology has found its way into every governmental, economic and social activity.
As a country experiencing high economic growth in ASEAN and hit hard by climate change, Vietnam has been aware of the significance of energy restructuring, towards raising the ratio of renewable energy in tandem with the economical, efficient and sustainable use of energy.
The Government has issued Resolution 11/NQ-CP on 30 January 2022 on the Socio-economic Recovery and Development Program and implemented Resolution No. 43/2022/QH15 of the National Assembly on fiscal and currency policy to support the Program.
During the two years facing the COVID-19 pandemic, technology has transformed the world to meet the demands of a new reality. Here are the technology trends that experts believe will not disappear even when the pandemic ends.
Vietnam’s tax environment has significantly changed with a flood of changes in policies and regulations.
The year 2021 is getting to an end. Before coming to 2022, let’s take a look back at some of the tax highlights of the year.