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Four things need to be done well after registering a Hong Kong company


Hong Kong is a highly prosperous economic metropolis and the third largest economic and financial center in the world. Registered Hong Kong companies will have great advantages. After the registration of Hong Kong company, it is necessary to abide by the corresponding market rules, and make preparations for the operation of Hong Kong company, so as to ensure that the Hong Kong company can maintain a better operation order after registration. As a professional company registration agency in Hong Kong, Hong Kong Fung Investment Consulting Co., Ltd. hereby reminds you that after registering a Hong Kong company, you need to do the following four things:

Four things need to be done after Hong Kong company registration

1. Business registration

After the completion of the registration of Hong Kong companies, they must register with the business registration office of the Inland Revenue Department within one month from the date of commencement. The purpose of business registration is to obtain the business registration certificate, which needs to be displayed at the business office in the later stage so that the relevant authorities can check it at any time.

It should be noted that if there is any change in the registration information of Hong Kong companies, Hong Kong companies shall submit a written application to the business registration department in time (within one month after the change of the information) and return the business registration certificate for revision.

2. Trademark registration

After the registration of Hong Kong company, if it is necessary to carry out business in the name of brand, or to establish brand image and brand marketing, then the registration of trademark is the first condition. Trademark represents not only the image of a brand, but also the pass of a brand. It should be noted that it is not uncommon for a trademark to lose tens of millions of Yuan due to its untimely registration. Although trademark registration is not a statutory regulation, it can protect your company's full right to use the trademark.

After registration, Hong Kong companies can apply for trademark registration, patent and design registration with the Hong Kong government or the intellectual property organizations around the world.

3. Save business records

After the Hong Kong company is registered, it is necessary to keep sufficient business records so as to facilitate the verification of tax payable at a later stage. According to the Hong Kong Revenue Ordinance, the business records of Hong Kong companies shall be kept for at least 7 years from the date of transaction. According to the guidelines of the Hong Kong Tax Ordinance, the designated records to be kept mainly include the following:

① Income and payment, income and expenditure records of Hong Kong companies

② Assets and liabilities records of Hong Kong companies

③ All daily income and expenditure records and detailed description of Hong Kong company

④ List of Hong Kong Corporate debtors

⑤ Income and expenditure vouchers, bank statements, invoices, receipts and other relevant documents of Hong Kong companies

⑥ If a Hong Kong company is involved in trade or sales of goods, it is necessary to keep the warehousing and sales records of the goods, as well as the relevant transaction invoices.

4. Number of Hong Kong companies

According to relevant regulations, Hong Kong companies need to issue statutory reports every year, and audit refers to the process of auditing the financial statements of Hong Kong companies and issuing auditors' reports. The audit report includes the balance sheet, profit and loss statement and statement of working capital. Generally, the audit report is used for tax declaration, financing application, liquidation and settlement, but no matter which aspect is used, it needs to be strictly carried out in accordance with Hong Kong accounting laws and regulations.

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