1 August 2022

Compulsory social insurance rates apply from 01 July 2022

Decree No. 38/2022/ND-CP stipulates the new regional minimum wage from 01 July 2022. Accordingly, many businesses have to adjust the level of social insurance contributions for employees. However, there are different rates of social insurance...
28 July 2022

Vietnam Tax Summit 2022 covers up-to-date tax legislation

Vietnam Tax Summit 2022, the largest annual tax summit in the country that took place last week, featured thought-provoking guest speakers, industry experts, and tax specialists.
21 July 2022

Four new points on regional minimum wage from 01 July 2022

From 01 July 2022, the regional minimum wage is adjusted by Decree 38/2022/ND-CP replacing Decree 90/2019/ND-CP. Here are four notable new points about regional minimum wages from 01 July 2022.
15 July 2022

RSM Vietnam is transforming for its Vision 2030

RSM Vietnam hosted its annual Strategy Meeting in hybrid format on the 7th and 8th of July, with the goal of leading the way in driving transformation and innovation via strategic initiatives in the fiscal year 2022-2023 and approaching 2030.
13 July 2022

Industrial parks, economic zones make important contributions to GDP growth

Vietnam has about 335 industrial parks across the country together with 17 economic zones, which play an important role in investment attraction and State budget collection.
11 July 2022

What businesses should prepare for the tax inspection

As tax authorities are tightening their grip on tax collections, taxpayers in Vietnam need to prepare for the growing number of inspections in the upcoming years.​
27 June 2022

Procedures for extending taxes and land rental payments in 2022

According to Decree 34/2022/ND-CP (Decree 34), the order and procedures for extending payment of VAT, CIT, PIT, and land rental payments in 2022 are implemented as follows.
24 June 2022

Identifying tax risks in the new economic context

According to Mr. Le Khanh Lam, Chairman of RSM Vietnam and Vice Chairman of the CFO Vietnam, both domestic and foreign businesses are currently facing five major tax problems. This article is only available in Vietnamese

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