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Tax returns for year 2013

Discussion in 'Tax issues' started by magnumforce, 3 Feb 2014.

  1. magnumforce

    magnumforce Thread Starter Active Member

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    It's that time of year again. Time to do my tax. Does anyone know what exactly is required? I had a list which I have lost so I'm hoping somebody can help.

    Passport
    Work Permit
    Tax ID card
    Monthly payslips
    Monthly SSF contribution receipts
    Marriage Cert
    Kid's Birth Cert

    Anything else?

    I was thinking of doing it online. Anyone know where and how in English?

    I don't think I will be entitled to any refund as I like to pay my tax each month and I'm pretty sure the tax paid is correct.

    Thanks

    MF
     
  2. chuachinsoon

    chuachinsoon Well-Known Member

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    Do they have it in English? When I tried last year, the link was in English, but everything else was in Thai. Also, I couldn't open the form because my Internet Explorer version was too new and that was the only browser that could be used.
    I hope they've improved.

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    Downloadable forms.

    http://www.rd.go.th/publish/29040.0.html

    The e-filling webpage.

    http://rdserver.rd.go.th/publish/sub_index.php?page=01

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    I think this is the link for personal returns. You need internet explorer 5.5-8.0

    https://rdserver.rd.go.th/publish/sub_index.php?page=01&login=51
     
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  3. luibkk

    luibkk Well-Known Member

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    AFAIK, the tax rates for 2013 have been changed recently.

    The tax rate for most teachers was 10%. It is down to 5% now. If you paid 10% last year, you should get half of it back.

    ::Personal Income Tax::

    A government school usually gives you an annual statement with your salary, tax and SS contributions paid.
     
  4. Rastus

    Rastus Well-Known Member

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    Yes. Just take that to the nearest tax office and they'll do the rest for you. (Also take documents related to any allowances you wish to claim).

    I don't recall ever having to take or show my passport or work permit. In fact my wife did my last tax return and I wasn't even present. She definitely did not have my passport as I wasn't even in the country at the time.
     
  5. magnumforce

    magnumforce Thread Starter Active Member

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    Yes, I thought so. Is it a Revenue Statement or just from the school themselves? What is that called in Thai? The folks in my school's finance office were confused when I said I thought they gave me an annual statement last year.
     
  6. bahn_farang

    bahn_farang Well-Known Member

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    Don't forget your tax deductions!!
     
  7. luibkk

    luibkk Well-Known Member

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    No idea but it looks like this.
    taxform2013 blank.jpg

    Just print it out and show the copy to the guys in your finance office.

    taxform2013 blank.jpg
     
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  8. Rastus

    Rastus Well-Known Member

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    The first part of the title says: หนังสือรับรองหักภาษี / nang-seau rap-rong gaan-hak-paasee


    หนังสือ........รับรอง......การ หัก ภาษี
    nang-seau rap-rong gaan-hak-paasee
    note/letter confirming/certifying deduction [of] tax
     
  9. Makaveli

    Makaveli aka 2Pac Staff Member

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    Luckily my staff do everything for me, so no worries with this...
     
  10. luibkk

    luibkk Well-Known Member

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    Lucky you!
     
  11. magnumforce

    magnumforce Thread Starter Active Member

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    The finance office told me that I don't need the same kind of document, luibkk, as they give me something similar every month as a payslip so I just need to show them.
     
  12. deespyder

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    This is another great news amidst all these uncertainties in TCT's policies... 5% is a huge difference! :clap::clap::clap:
     
  13. luibkk

    luibkk Well-Known Member

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    It's down from 10% to 5%, that's a 50% difference.

    The revenue office in Bangkok didn't accept my payslips a few years ago. They wanted this document but, you know, TiT!
     
  14. Stamp

    Stamp Administrator Staff Member

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    :happy1:

    Here's a filled-in form stating year salary and paid tax over that year. Many reference codes and the signature of the school's director. No monthly slips allowed similar to what 'luibkk' wrote!


    tax.jpg

    tax.jpg
     
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  15. magnumforce

    magnumforce Thread Starter Active Member

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    Stamp,
    That's what I get every month! 12 of those should be ok.
    Luibkk,
    Thankfully, I don't live in BKK.

    Thanks guys.:thai wai:

    MF
     

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