Thailand is the land of paperwork. This is true when you run a business here. Everything you do requires piles of paperwork. Even if it’s something like updating your address at a bank, you need at least five different documents.
When paperwork adds up, in the end, your office will be full of documents.
In this article, we will guide you through the kinds of documents you should keep in Thailand, and how.
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