Monday , 3 August 2015

Quickie gifts may still face tax penalty

Quickie gifts may still face tax penalty

The Revenue Department has warned that heirs receiving a legacy from donors who pass on assets via off-market transfer before inheritance and gift taxes take effect could face a m ...

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New Year gifts roll out now as part of giving happiness to the people

New Year gifts roll out now as part of giving happiness to the people

The joint project between the government and the private sector is to provide consumer products at a great discount between 24-30 December for the Thai people in celebration of th ...

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Government to roll out  New Year’s economic gifts for Thai people

Government to roll out  New Year’s economic gifts for Thai people

Details of the package will be briefed to the media soon when they are completed, he said, adding that he will also explain the government’s economic roadmap for next year o ...

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Inheritance tax law to be submitted to Cabinet this Wednesday

Inheritance tax law to be submitted to Cabinet this Wednesday

Finance Minister Sommai Phasi said today (Monday) that it would depend on the National Legislative Assembly to agree or disagree with this tax rate which is considered as low comp ...

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Chinese top big spenders in Tokyo

Chinese top big spenders in Tokyo

TOKYO – Chinese were the biggest spenders among foreign visitors to Tokyo in fiscal 2013, many making short visits and spending generously on gifts to take home, according t ...

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