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China introduced the biggest changes to its individual income tax (IIT) system since at least 2011 with the passing of a new IIT law in 2018. The new law brought forward a host of changes to individual taxation in China, including by revising tax brackets, expanding deductibles, and altering residency rules for foreign workers. The quick and unclear rollout has left individuals and businesses scrambling to make sense of the changes. To help foreign investors and taxpayers understand the ins and outs of the updates, this issue of China Briefing offers a comprehensive guide to China’s IIT reforms.

China’s New IIT Rules: A Guide for Employers 2019

China introduced the biggest changes to its individual income tax (IIT) system since at least 2011 with the passing of a new IIT law in 2018. The new law brought forward a host of changes to individual taxation in China, including by revising tax brackets, expanding deductibles, and altering residency rules for foreign workers. The quick and unclear rollout has left individuals and businesses scrambling to make sense of the changes. To help foreign investors and taxpayers understand the ins and outs of the updates, this issue of China Briefing offers a comprehensive guide to China’s IIT reforms.
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