Accounting: What You Should Do and Avoid Doing When Dealing with Revenue Department Inspections

When running a business in Thailand, you may get a letter from the Revenue Department saying they want to inspect your company. Sometimes the Revenue Department officer may visit your office. Other times, you need to visit the Revenue Department office yourself.  

When this happens, don't fret. This article will show you how to deal with the Revenue Department officers and prevent any mistakes that may occur.  

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