The Ministry of Finance (MOF) is considering increasing the minimum corporate tax rate from 12% to 15% within the next year.
The cabinet says it plans to extend the removal of business tax on imported corn, wheat, soybeans and other commodities until the end of June
Taxpayers in Taiwan are expected to be allowed to use their smartphones to file taxes in 2021, according to the Ministry of Finance (MOF).
The National Development Council has revised regulations on work, residence and tax concessions designed to attract foreign professionals to live and work and Taiwan
A majority of EU governments have agreed to push ahead with plans for more corporate tax transparency, unblocking progress on draft rules that have stalled for half a decade.
The cabinet has approved a proposal for the use of NT$380 billion in tax surplus to boost the island's economy.
Online registration for the NT$6,000 cash payments drawn from last year's tax surplus will be open later today.
Agriculture Minister Chen Chi-chung says the government will be extending business tax exemptions on corn and soy beans for two more months
Taiwan's Ministry of Finance says it wants to clarify how taxes work for internet influencers.
The European Commission has adopted a "Communication on Business Taxation for the 21st century" aimed at promoting "a robust, efficient and fair business tax system" in the European Union.
The government-proposed surplus tax revenue rebate of NT$6,000 has been deferred.
Local semiconductor companies are responding positively to a proposed increase in tax deductions for corporate spending on research, development, and equipment investment.
The cabinet has announced that people can register their information on the official website for the distribution of NT$6,000 tax rebate next week.
The EU and the US have committed to continuing to support the COVAX Facility and encourage more donors to make two billion vaccine doses available worldwide by late 2021.
Taiwan's cabinet has approved a draft amendment to a foreign talent act as part of government efforts to relax regulations governing foreign professionals in the country will attract more such talent.
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The Ministry of Finance says it expects to adopt a 15% minimum multi-national corporation tax rate on 1 January 2024 at the earliest.
The National Immigration Agency (NIA) is urging foreigners with the new ARC cards to file their taxes early.
The Ministry of Finance has reiterated that tax season this year won't be extended
The Taiwan government's tax revenues have continued to rise despite the hit to the economy from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The Ministry of Finance (MOF) says NT$567.3 billion in tax revenue was collected last month.
The Ministry of Finance says the government has collected record amounts in taxes so far this year
The Ministry of Finance says tax revenue hit a new high last year and exceeded the budgeted amount by NT$495 billion - this, despite a sharp decline in revenue from stock transaction taxes.
Taiwan's Ministry of Finance (MOF) reported that total net tax revenue was NT$293.2 billion in May.
Taiwan's tax revenue in the first eight months of 2021 reached nearly NT$2 trillion, according to a news release by the Ministry of Finance (MOF).
More than 130 countries have signed up to a ground-breaking global agreement on corporate tax reform aimed at eliminating tax havens while bringing in US$150 billion more a year from multinational corporations (MNCs)
The Ministry of Finance (MOF) says a tax incentive programme aimed at encouraging people to purchase energy-efficient household appliances will be extended until 14 June 2025.
Taiwan's lawmakers have passed amendments meant to curb real estate speculation.
The cabinet's initial proposal to raise the annual tax on people who own multiple homes is getting a rather muted response from the island's real estate sector.
The Ministry of Finance (MOF) has announced that it is raising Taiwan's basic living expense tax deduction for 2022.
The cabinet has approved a draft amendment to the Commodity Tax Act aimed at extending the current commodity tax reduction period for buyers of new heavy-duty diesel vehicles until the end of 2026.