Taiwan Accounting Standards: An Overview for Business Owners

Taiwan Accounting Standards

4 minutes Taiwan accounting standards are known as Taiwan Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). They differ from International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) that are adopted by many countries.
This article will provide you a brief overview of Taiwan GAAP and the bookkeeping requirements in Taiwan, as well as the audit requirement for companies in Taiwan.

The Complete Guide to Taiwan GUI

The Complete Guide to Taiwan GUI

4 minutes What is a Taiwan GUI (Government Uniform Invoice)? All VAT-registered merchants in Taiwan must apply for the government’s preprinted invoice books. In general, only books printed by the government may be used to send invoices to clients. A corporation must request government pre-approval if it wants to use self-printed invoices. Any authorized self-printed invoice must be assigned a unique serial number.

Tailored Solutions for Accounting Outsourcing in Taiwan 

accounting outsourcing taiwan

4 minutes In Taiwan’s dynamic business landscape, tailored accounting outsourcing solutions play a vital role in assisting companies to optimize their financial efficiency while adhering to tax regulations. These high-quality services encompass a range of aspects, including income tax and withholding tax, ensuring accurate tax filing and compliance. Moreover, these solutions focus on managing financial statements, providing comprehensive assistance in navigating the complexities of Taiwan’s tax regulations, and delivering top-notch services for enterprises seeking streamlined financial operations. In this article, we will dive deeper into what accounting outsourcing in Taiwan is all about and the potential benefits it could bring about for your business.

Understanding the Financial Year End Closing in Taiwan

Financial Year End Closing in Taiwan

4 minutes Financial year end closing in Taiwan is the crucial process of summarizing and reporting financial data at the end of the fiscal year, typically in December. It ensures compliance, assesses financial health, and informs future planning. In this article, take a closer look at the financial year end closing in Taiwan and what it entails.