Popular Post 10years 63 Posted March 20 Popular Post Share Posted March 20 (edited) The Thai government now requires personal income tax to be automatically withheld from all interest income. There's no minimum limit before the withholding kicks in. Even if you have no other Thai income besides interest income, you can file form 90 to get all your withheld tax refunded to you. First, go to your bank and request a statement of total interest paid and tax withheld for each account. You will receive for free the statement to be filed with the tax return as well as a carbon copy for your records. Go to rd.go.th, then click on English. On this page you will find e-Form. Download the first form. It is in English and fillable online. Fill in your personal info, print it out and take it to a nearby government office for filing returns. There is one on the ground floor of the Sino-Thai Tower on Asoke. Get a queue number if available. When your turn comes up, go to one of the two seats to the right of the counter and hand the agent your Form 90 and bank statements. The agent will complete the form for you at no charge. After the form is formally accepted, you will be told to go to another window to pick up your receipt. Normally they will send you a paper refund check at no charge by mail. You can request an official copy of your return. They will do this on the spot but charge you handsomely for it. Edited March 20 by 10years 7 3 3 Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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