Tax & Legal News Flash | Issue 39
Effective from 21 April 2018, government fees for corporate registration and other corporate matters have been substantially reduced as announced under the Ministerial Regulation Prescribing Rates, Decreasing and Waiving of Fees for Registration, Inspection of Documents, Certified Copies of Documents and Other Fees in Relation to Partnerships and Limited Companies, B.E. 2561 (2018) (“Ministerial Regulation”).
According to the Ministerial Regulation, corporate registration fees for several registration matters of a limited company have been changed to flat rates. Among others, the significant fee reductions include:
In addition, in case of e-Registration applications, the registration fees will be further reduced by 30 percent from normal rates which is effective until 31 December 2020, except for a partnership or a company which has been granted a reduction under other ministerial regulation.
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