REGULATIONS ON COMMITMENT FORM TO BE PROVIDED TO INCOME PAYER FOR NOT DEDUCTING 10% PERSONAL INCOME TAX - HR DEPT

REGULATIONS ON COMMITMENT FORM TO BE PROVIDED TO INCOME PAYER FOR NOT DEDUCTING 10% PERSONAL INCOME TAX

Under current regulations, the organization or person that pays a total income from 2 million VND to a resident that does not sign a labor contract (as guided in Point c and Point d Clause 2 Article 2 of this Circular) or that signs a labor contract for less than 03 months shall withhold 10% tax on the income before it is paid to the person.

 

For the person that earns only a taxable income as stated above but the total taxable income estimated after personal deductions are made does not reach the taxable level, the person shall make and send a commitment (the form is provided in the guiding documents on tax administration) to the income payer as the basis for temporarily exempting the income from personal income tax.

 

Based on the commitment made the income earner, the income payer shall not withhold tax. At the end of the tax year, the income payer shall make a list of persons that earn incomes below that taxable level (the form is provided in the guiding documents on tax administration) and send it to the tax authority. The persons are responsible for the commitments they made. Any deceit discovered shall be penalized in accordance with the Law on Tax administration.

 

The persons that make commitments as guided must have tax codes when the commitments are made.