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Expats in China: How do you pay taxes?
Updated: Oct 19, 2020 Source: govt.chinadaily.com.cn

Expats working in China should pay individual income taxes. But don't worry, it's not that complicated.

Besides, foreigners have long enjoyed preferential tax subsidy and tax exemption policies in China. As China's Individual Income Tax Law keeps improving, foreigners can enjoy tax reduction policies just like their Chinese colleagues.

But if one happens to be a taxpayer in two countries, does it mean you have to pay taxes twice? The answer is... yes and no. Click out the video to learn more!

Here is the infographic: How do expats pay taxes in China?

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