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kimo50



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PostPosted: Sat Jan 12, 2013 6:32 am    Post subject: Employement Taxes Reply with quote

I have always been curious about the taxes paid by my employer on my behalf. When I query management, I am told I would need to send my passport (original not a copy) for presentation to the tax office in Beijing for a printout of the taxes paid. Does this sound correct? Anyone else have experience trying to get tax information?
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chinatimes



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PostPosted: Sat Jan 12, 2013 8:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I may find out next week, but at my last school I went to a tax office in the district and they printed out a sheet showing how much was paid.

With all the talk we need a lot of paperwork, I doubt this one sheet which shows rather small amount taken out will be enough to convince banks to transfer my money. However, I will try and see.

I am bringing my contract with me too just in case. If anyone has done this before, please let us know. Do we need just a 1 page printout or is there more? If so what (besides contract)?
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kimo50



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PostPosted: Sat Jan 12, 2013 8:42 am    Post subject: Yax Office Reply with quote

I am in Hunan. I was told I would have to send my passport to the company's office in Beijing for then to present at the tax office in Beijing to get the statement.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 12, 2013 8:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

chinatimes wrote:
I may find out next week, but at my last school I went to a tax office in the district and they printed out a sheet showing how much was paid.

With all the talk we need a lot of paperwork, I doubt this one sheet which shows rather small amount taken out will be enough to convince banks to transfer my money. However, I will try and see.

I am bringing my contract with me too just in case. If anyone has done this before, please let us know. Do we need just a 1 page printout or is there more? If so what (besides contract)?


The BOC rep told me he needed a copy of my contract and a tax form showing how much I make a month. They will take the amount I make a month and times it by what month I am going to transfer the money . This amount is converted to your countries currency and that is the max you are allowed to send home.
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