The leading accounting firm offering comprehensive services to a wide range of industries in Thailand.
It is crucial to meet your accounting obligations in a timely and accurate manner when running a business in Bangkok or Thailand. Maintaining accurate and current accounting records in compliance with Thai Accounting Regulations will show that your business is legally managed. This reduces the risk of it being fined or penalized by Thai Local authorities. Pimaccounting, a Thai accounting firm, prepares Financial Statements that comply with the Thai Financial Reporting Standards and Thai tax laws.
A stable business is more ready to take on any challenge ahead of it by having accurate accounting records. Your business can respond quickly to any problems with current financial information without having to question the financial sustainability or financial position of your company. As a business owner, you will feel more confident in any decision that you make to grow your company.
Pimaccounting can help you manage your financial information better by outsourcing your accounting requirements. A professional service provider that specializes in accounting records can help you comply quickly with compliance and allow you to run your business smoothly.
Pimaccounting can handle your accounting functions instead of you hiring an accountant in-house. Pimaccounting's accountants have the necessary qualifications and fluency in English to manage your accounts. You will enjoy the following benefits if you use our outsourced accounting services.
We offer a complete range of accounting and company setup service for starting, maintaining and managing a business in Bangkok.
We are flexible, honest, and committed to building and maintaining a productive working relationship with our clients. We use the most up-to-date software and systems to communicate quickly and efficiently with our clients. However, we will always communicate in the manner you prefer.
We are constantly looking to improve and adapt our services to meet changing business needs especially during covid time. We love the challenge of finding innovative ways to maximize your future business opportunities.
You deal with a dedicated team of advisers, all of a professionally high standard, who understand your business and give you a tailored accounting service in Thailand. We understand accounting and taxation complexities and will help you minimise your liabilities, make the most of reliefs and allowances and avoid the penalty pitfalls of missed deadlines.
The central business district (or CBD) of Bangkok is often referred to as an area with the highest commercial activity, such as office buildings, retail centers, and hotels. This is the area that lies within Sathorn and Silom, Ploenchit Wireless, Rama I. Lumpini, Rajdamri, Asoke and Sukhumvit.
Bangkok's Central Business District, also known as the commercial, leisure, and business center, is made up of stunning skyscrapers that house leading local and multinational companies such as BakerTIly, Mazar, B Accounting, PWC Thailand, . It also boasts modern infrastructures and a vibrant atmosphere. These all helped to make Thailand's capital one of Asia's most impressive metropolises.
Although no geographical boundaries have been established for the surrounding areas of CBD, it is often divided into three key neighborhoods: Early - Sukhumvit, Wireless Road/Lumpini and Silom/Sathorn. These latter two neighborhoods made up the original CBD. They were prominent in the late 1980s/early 1990s.
Thai Limited Company Setup
1. Company registration in Thailand
1.1 Name reservation. You can provide 3 names: the desired name for your company along with two alternative names.
- Submission by yourself to Thailand’s Ministry of Commerce.
- Submission via www.dbd.go.th to Thailand’s Ministry of Commerce.
1.2 Registration of a Memorandum of Association (MOA)
The MOA is a document which provides the names and personal information for all of the company’s shareholders, registered capital, the company’s address and intended scope of business activities.
1.3 Convention of a Statutory Meeting
Meeting all shareholders to make all the appointments and to set up the company officially.
1.4 The Ministry of Commerce will issue the company certification, a list of shareholders and company articles of association.
2 Tax registration: all documents associated with the registration of the company must be submitted to the Revenue Department.
3 VAT registration: after getting a Tax certificate, you can apply for a VAT certificate from the Revenue Department.