New Guidelines: Individual shareholders can cause companies to be related

Thailand follows the OECD Transfer Pricing Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and Tax Administrations (‘OECD Guidelines’), and as such, the Thai Revenue Code (‘TRC’) places reporting obligations on certain companies (and juristic partnerships) which have related party transactions. These can include a Transfer Pricing Disclosure Form, Local File, and Country by Country reporting. It is therefore […]

Update from the Thai Revenue Department regarding the Transfer Pricing Disclosure Form

On 28 March 2022, the Thai Revenue Department (“TRD”) published a Notification of Ministry of Finance regarding TPDF filing deadline extension for FY 2020. Moreover, the TRD also recently issued additional explanation and Q&A for the Transfer Pricing Disclosure Form (“TPDF”) on its TRD website. We have summarised key points as follows: TPDF filing deadline extension […]

Tax Flash: PND 50 / TP Disclosure Form

Filing an annual Corporate Income Tax Return (PND 50) A company or juristic partnership, having its accounting period ended 31 December 2021, is required to submit its audited financial statements and corporate income tax return (PND 50) to the Thai Revenue Department (TRD) within 150 days following the end of the accounting period i.e., on […]

Internet services now subject to VAT in Thailand

The domestic tax legislation of most countries has been written from the standpoint that a business requires to be in the country and have a base from which to operate from in order to serve its customers. Such legislation never imagined that any company could be located in another country and sell to mass customers […]