Fees for Thai Services

 

Particulars Fees (baht) Capital (baht)
Memorandum and Consultation (one time) 30000
Accounting 2500 / Month
Private Limited 500-25000 100,000
Public Limited 1000-25000 1,000,000
Partnership Registration 1000-5000 100,000
Fees for Branch Office 20000 Application fee (non-refundable) is 2,000 baht. If the application is approved, the government fee will be set at the rate of 5 baht for every 1,000 baht or fraction thereof of the registered capital of the parent company, with a minimum of 20,000 baht and a maximum of 250,000 baht. A fraction of 1,000 baht in capital is regarded as 1,000 baht.
Representative Offices of Foreign Companies The minimum investment capital must not be less than 25% of the estimated average annual operating expenses of the operation calculated over 3 years, but not less than 3 million baht (same as branch office).
Fees for Representative Office 20000 Application fee (non-refundable) is 2,000 baht. If the application is approved, the government fee will be set at the rate of 5 baht for every 1,000 baht or a fraction thereof of the registered capital of parent company, with a minimum of 20,000 baht and a maximum of 250,000 baht. A fraction of 1,000 baht in capital is regarded as 1,000 baht.

VISA CATEGORY

FEE (baht)

VALIDITY

VALIDITY OF STAY

(not exceeding)

Transit Visa

1000

3 Months

Stay 30 Days

Tourist Visa (Single Entry)

1200

3 Months

Stay 60 Days.

Tourist Visa (Multiple Entry)

8000

6 Months

Stay 60 Days (each entry).

Non-Immigrant Visa (Single Entry)

2500

3 Months

stay 90 Days

Unless otherwise instructed by the Immigration Bureau.

Non-Immigrant Visa (Multiple Entry)

8000

6 Months or 1 Year

stay 90 Days

(Each entry) unless otherwise instructed by the Immigration Bureau.

Three Year Non-Immigrant Visa’ B’ (Multiple Entry)

12500

3 Years

Stay 90 Days

(Each entry) unless otherwise instructed by the Immigration Bureau.

Social security tax
Employer and employee
Employer in Thailand with one or more employees is required to register for social security fund and each is required to contribute at the rate following .

Type of insurance Paid by employer Paid by employee Total
Disability, maternity and death benefits
1.5% 1.5% 3%
Child and old age benefits 3.0% 3.0% 6.0%
Unemployment benefits 0.5% 0.5% 1.0%
Total social security tax 5% 5% 10%.


The Social Security Act is used to finance compensation to employees for maternity, death, unemployment, accidents, illnesses, and physical disabilities occurring outside the workplace.
Employees’ contributions are withheld from their wages by employers and are allowed as a tax deduction against employee’s assessable income. Employee and employer’s contributions are remitted monthly to the appropriate authorities and failure to remit the contributions results in penalties.
Employers (with one or more employees) and the government are each required to contribute 5 percent of the employee’s wage to the social security fund, subject in each case to a maximum contribution of THB750 (5 percent of THB15,000) per month.
Employees pay contributions at 5 percent, subject to a maximum contribution of THB750 (5 percent of THB15,000) per month.

*condition apply
* extra professional charges will tell you accordingly.

 

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