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Hong Kong has deservedly gained a reputation as one of the world’s financial hubs and most suitable business locations. Many major companies in the world today choose to conduct business operations there. Hong Kong is also home to the second-largest stock exchange in Asia. Its currency is generally stable and therefore facilitates transfers of money involving foreign countries. One other crucial factor which has caused many to select Hong Kong as a location for business purposes is it extremely low corporate tax rate.

Anyone who starts a company in Hong Kong will soon understand that the government of Hong Kong has been taking measures to encourage business owners to start a company of their own there. The low corporate tax rates which exist in Hong Kong today are evidence of this fact. According to the stipulations of Hong Kong’s single-tier corporate tax system, the assessable profits of corporations are taxed at a rate of 16.5% while those of unincorporated businesses are taxed at 15%. These are some of the lowest tax rates in the world. There are several reasons why Hong Kong’s government makes it a priority to keep tax rates in Hong Kong as low as possible.

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On a related note, if you require any assistance regarding your Hong Kong tax obligations, we at Paul Hype Page & Co will always be willing to serve your needs. We will ensure that all of your tax obligations are properly fulfilled. If necessary, we will also contact the tax authorities of Hong Kong on your behalf so that you may understand more about taxation in Hong Kong.

As has been stated, Hong Kong is one of the world’s leading business hubs and its government prides itself on having turned the area into one with such a prestigious reputation. The government of Hong Kong understands that one of the most viable ways to boost the status of the business environment of any location in the world, including Hong Kong, is by ensuring that the tax rates which are in force are as low as possible without causing a strain on the government’s financial well-being. In this way, many business owners will understand that the conditions for business establishment and the conducting of business activities in Hong Kong are suitable and conducive towards business success. They would then become more inclined to do so and thus contribute to the economic growth and development of Hong Kong. Thus, it is no surprise that today, the tax system of Hong Kong is ranked as the most business-friendly in the world.

Perhaps you might be interested in taking advantage of this tax system and starting a business of your own in Hong Kong. We at Paul Hype Page & Co are able to provide much assistance in this regard. We will take you through the establishment of your Hong Kong company so that you will soon be able to own and operate it in a way which you deem to be suitable.

Hong Kong’s government can also afford to impose low tax rates because it benefits from various other sources of revenue which it uses to fund its projects and policies. The government of Hong Kong owns a large portion of the land there. It is therefore able to sell this land to project developers and related companies in order to generate revenue.

Due to the fact that Hong Kong’s population is relatively small, it must often depend on the input of foreign workers. The low tax rates which exist in Hong Kong are often much lower than those of most other countries. Therefore, many people could save a large amount of tax money by paying taxes, including corporate taxes, in Hong Kong instead of in their home country.

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