The Tax Analects of Li Fei Lao

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This is a down-to-earth explanation (with the author's own cartoons) of how to do business and cope with the tax laws of 9 jurisdictions of Asia. Initially published in 2009, this critically acclaimed book explains how to start a business, how the business will be taxed, how the owners/participants will be taxed, mixed in with humorous foibles about life in Asia as an American expat.
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Lipsher, a past president of the American Chamber of Commerce of South China, has for the past eight years, been writing the bi-weekly Asian Tax Review for Tax Analysts of Washington, DC. He has been featured on China Television's World Wide Watch evening news, CNN and CNBC. He specializes in tax issues involving nine jurisdictions of Asia and the United States. Lipsher has lived in the Pearl River Delta city of Guangzhou, PRC since 1994. He is one of only a very few foreigners ever to have been given a business license to practice as a certified public accountant in the People's Republic of China. He is the only non-Chinese writer ever to have articles (two of them) translated and published in the China Accountant, the official monthly publication of the Chinese Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Lipsher also writes for TaxIndiaInternational.com.

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Published on
Feb 28, 2013
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Pages
248
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9781456607104
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English
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Genres
Business & Economics / Development / Business Development
Business & Economics / International / General
Business & Economics / Taxation / Corporate
Business & Economics / Taxation / General
Business & Economics / Taxation / Small Business
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