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Record of newly registered local companies

Hello, we have a good news! Regardless the increase of the Business Registration fees from 250 HKD to 2250 HKD, the total number of newly incorporated startups have been increase from the first half of the year of 2013 compare to 2014 by over 6,000 companies. The total amount was 95,408 local startups were newly ...
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Hong Kong tax exemption – Limited Company

Startupr can introduce you to an accounting & auditing company. Here is an example of one of our client’s request & reply of a CPA firm.   1. For transaction of payments which I am receiving from my clients in China, Thailand, Vietnam and with payments to my corporate partners for providing the ...
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Hong Kong Limited Company – Accounting & auditing

Let us explain the requirement & procedure of accounting & audit issues and HK taxation as well. This is a case study for a company incorporated in September 2013. Accounting & auditing According to the statutory requirement under the Hong Kong law, the first set of financial statements should be ...
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Hong Kong Company Limited – Yearly and other requirements

Hello, we would like to remind you all your yearly requirements which are necessary to follow up once you set up company in Hong Kong. This check list is updated of The new Companies Ordinance (Chapter 622 of the Laws of Hong Kong). The New companies ordinance  has commenced operation on 3 March 2014. •Annual ...
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Accounting and auditing Hong Kong Limited Company

Accounting and auditing According to the statutory requirement under the Hong Kong law, the first set of financial statements should be prepared for period covering not more than 18 months from the date of incorporation. Hence, may I suggest you choose (say 31st December or 31st March) to be your financial year ...
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