Company Registration Fee in Thailand
We have discussed new company registration fee in Thailand that is government fee and consultancy fees: To set up any kind of company in Thailand, you need to pay a certain amount of money associated with the whole process especially for registration. For the actual business registration, you need to submit a fixed address and provide proof of this by means of a copy of the lease agreement. A limited partnership requires at least seven shareholders in the business, one of whom is juristic person who has authority to sign all documents on the company’s behalf. For a Thai company with no foreign employees, a minimum registered capital of 300 K is required when setting up the business of which at least 30 K must be paid up at the time of registration.
If there is any foreign employer in the company then it is a bit more complicated. In that case, the company needs to have registered capital of at least 2 million Baht; that will require at least four Thais employed and you will need to justify the employment of the foreigner based on their skills and the requirements of the job.
The official fee for registration of the memorandum of association for a private limited company is 50 baht per 100,000 baht of registered capital. The least amount you have to pay for this is 500 baht and it can go up to 25,000 baht.
The official registration fee for 1,000,000 baht of registered capital is 1,000 baht for a public limited company. The maximum fee is 25,000 baht. Although there are no restriction on the amount of capital, it should be satisfactory and adequate for the intended business operation.
You do not have to pay company tax on a monthly basis, but rather, this is paid at the end of the year based on your audited income statement; or, if your company is of a significant size, the revenue department may ask you to estimate turnover and pay part annual tax based on this estimate. Of course, you pay VAT on all your purchases and if your turnover is above the VAT ceiling, you will have to register for VAT and charge it on each invoice. This VAT must then be paid monthly, so if you are offering a long credit term to clients, be aware that your VAT payments may fall due before you get paid.
The estimated company registration fee in Thailand can be listed as follows:
All of them are include company registration fee in Thailand apart from consultancy fees. Remember, cost of applying visa and work permit is not included in the estimation.
Government fees are commensurate to the amount of registered capital of the company. And to acknowledge minimum amount of registered capital the company should have, we need to consider a few things:
If you like to register a private limited company may contact us.
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