Unlike many other countries, China requires companies to file tax returns monthly, for individual income taxes, and quarterly for VAT and corporate income taxes. Your Chinese company is also required to undergo an annual accounts audit performed by a certified public accountant (CPA).
We understand that you want to do business in China as seamlessly and compliantly as possible, so our expert local accountants handle your accounts for you while maintaining high-quality records which comply with Chinese government accounting standards. Our longer-term aim is to build your company the highest possible tax rating with the Chinese tax authorities so your business is held in very good standing.
In order to do so, we offer the following accounting services. Click below to learn more about these services, their costs, and arrange a free consultation to discuss if they’re right for your needs:
Feel free to contact us to inquire about any of these additional services if they fit your needs (most new Chinese companies would require one or more of these).
Do you need to assure that your company's accounts are compliant? Do you currently suffer from tax or accounting issues and need experienced local assistance to put them right?
Hit the button below to request a FREE consultation with our experts where we'll discuss your company's accounting situation and needs, explain the above services in greater detail, and suggest the best plan of action for you:
Take advantage of our expert accounting services to ensure that you are paying the right amount of tax, gaining the most benefit for the tax you pay, and keeping compliant books.
If you're unsure whether you should work with a third party accountancy firm, or hire your own Chinese accountant, let us break down the benefits of outsourcing to Hongda.
Hongda offer the following:
Our goal is to offer you peace of mind that your accounting is being handled correctly by local experts, but with affordable, low-risk services.
Click below to arrange to speak with us at a convenient time about your company's accounting, ask any questions you may have, and come away with our no-strings-attached suggestions on how to proceed: