Registering your company in Japan can be quite cumbersome for a number of reasons. Yet, it may be a good market to consider despite the current economic situation around the globe. From types of companies to incorporation procedures – this article will provide you with a deeper understanding of the company registration in Japan.
The current volatility of the foreign exchange rates is mostly seen as a net negative for most enterprises and is rarely desirable despite all the potential to work in the best interest of a business temporarily. Check out our article to learn why.
In service-focused businesses, the service fee generally depends on the level of the case complexity. With so many companies in the tax & accounting industry, it may be difficult to differentiate those that will truly provide efficient service and handcrafted solutions and those that are more concerned about helping their own bottom line. Fortunately, understanding the statistical data on the tax and accounting complexity will tell you a lot about the company’s client approach and the pricing system.
The novel coronavirus has brought with it unprecedented times, causing a huge socio-economic loss. It has become of paramount importance for many companies to understand the extent of it to be able to calculate the correct prices and discounts for the services rendered. Check our article to see how the quarterly GDP drop is related to the discounts companies offer.
Losing your beloved ones is emotionally exhausting. And the last thing you want to think about is the Inheritance Tax. This article covers the basics of the Inheritance Tax in Japan in case you want to start putting things in place now or get some useful insights just to have a basic understanding.
In Japan, Inhabitant Tax is levied on Japanese residents as of January 1st each year. It consists of an income-graded component and a flat-rate component (10%). A non-resident is not subject to Inhabitant Tax.