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Post time 2011-3-31 19:17:22 |Display all floors
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  1. If your monthly salary is 10,000 yuan in Beijing, you and the company have to pay 5,873~10,518 all type of taxes and fee to government.
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Can U check these figures once again and come up with correct ones? They are grossly wrong, not to say BS.

Where did you get them from? Certainly not from the tax office.

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Post time 2011-3-31 20:54:03 |Display all floors
Originally posted by satsu_jin at 2011-3-31 19:17
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  1. If your monthly salary is 10,000 yuan in Beijing, you and the company have to pay 5,873~10,518 all type of taxes and fee to government.
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Can U check these figures once again ...
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My calculation +
the calculation from governent officials in ministry of finance of central government.

source: news.ifeng.com/mainland/detail_2011_03/25/5354640_0.shtml

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Post time 2011-3-31 21:02:30 |Display all floors
Your calculation is wrong. It's easy to buy the official tax tables in Beijing. They contain not only the rates but also some other important tax infos. Other than this there are also web sites available which give you a gross estimate. Please note that the highest income tax rate is 45%. I recommend you check at least one of them:

w w  w.worldwide  - t ax . c  o  m / c hina/c hina_t  ax .a s p    or, even better


w w  w . asiatradehub . c o  m / china / t ax 2  . a s p

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Post time 2011-3-31 22:27:33 |Display all floors
Originally posted by satsu_jin at 2011-3-31 21:02
Your calculation is wrong. It's easy to buy the official tax tables in Beijing. They contain not only the rates but also some other important tax infos. Other than this there are also web sites ava ...

Do you mean the government officials in Ministry of Finance of Central government did a wrong calculation?

I add the Fee and taxes collected by Chinese government together. Chinese government often collect more fee than taxes.
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I will visit the 2 link. thanks.

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You don't need to click too many times of space key. The stupid censoring system only filter ww-w. So you need to add only one space mark between ww-w. That's all okay.

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Post time 2011-3-31 22:50:30 |Display all floors
1 the 1st one of the 2 website are blocked in my area by the censoring system.

2 China's taxes = turnover tax + income tax
turnover tax = value added tax (VAT) + product taxes + business taxes

from the 2nd website: ww w.asiatradehub.com/china/tax.asp

3 the calculation of the government official in Ministry of Finance of China

= Fee based on individual income collected by government from individual + China's taxes

4 My calculation

= Fee based on individual income collected by government from invidiual and the company + China's taxes


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here Fee refer to the compulsory life insurance, compulsory health care insurance, compulsory unemployment insurance, ...collected by government at all levels.

Most of the Fee was collected into one account and redistributed again according to different systems,

such as the system for officials and party members in government,
the system for officials and party members in government-owned organizations,
the system for officials and party members in central government-owned companies,
the system for officials and party members in local government-owned organizations,
the system for people with city-hukou certificate in private-owned companies,
the system for people with village-hukou certificate
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So nothing wrong with my calculation:

Chinese need to pay Taxes: 5,900 ~ 10,500 a month if his/her Salary is 10,000 in Beijing.

here Chinese refer to one guy working in company.
Officials and party members in government can pay much less taxes than the rest of Chinese.

The different taxes between government officials and the rest Chinese came from the tax system reform of the late 1990s.


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Post time 2011-3-31 23:04:44 |Display all floors
Huge difference among the different systems.
e.g. the system for officials and party members in government
such chu-level officials and party members don't need to pay any fee, but enjoy about RMB 7,000 monthly retirement pension in Guangzhou.

the system for officials and party members in local government-owned organizations
such chu-level officials and party members have to pay the fee as what I did calculation, and enjoy RMB 1,000~1,700 monthly retirement pension in Guangzhou.

So, some Chinese have to pay much higher taxes, and some Chinese may pay much lower taxes.

No doubt, 40 university professors fought for one chu-level government position.
4000 university graduates struggled for one vacant elementary government position.

Originally posted by 468259058 at 2011-3-31 22:50
Most of the Fee was collected into one account and redistributed again according to different systems,

such as the system for officials and party members in government,
the system for officials and party members in government-owned organizations,
the system for officials and party members in central government-owned companies,
the system for officials and party members in local government-owned organizations,
the system for people with city-hukou certificate in private-owned companies,
the system for people with village-hukou certificate
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