All companies in Vietnam have to comply with the requirements set forth in the Law on Accounting and the Vietnam Accounting Standard. If your business is new to the country, you may find these financial reporting requirements troublesome and time-consuming.

That’s why BBCIncorp is here, to provide you with a set of comprehensive accounting services. When using our services, you can relieve your company from the heavy burden of compliance. You will get more time and resources to focus more on running your company in Vietnam.


Vietnam Accounting Services with BBCIncorp


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Tax Filing Services

All entities are subject to file a tax return when incorporated in Vietnam. You are required to file the following taxes:

  • VAT, CIT, PIT on the quarterly or monthly basis
  • CIT or PIT’s annual finalization
  • Annual license tax
  • Monthly or quarterly report for using invoice

Plus, registering for a personal tax code is also an essential part that needs to be taken care of.

Let BBCIncorp do all the hassles for you by completing all the filing compliance on your behalf!

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Documents Required


All invoices in the reporting period


Company bank statements


Company incorporation documents

Need more assistance with your accounting reports in Vietnam?

Don’t hesitate to drop us your queries.



The Vietnam Accounting Standards (VASs) are built based on the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) but customized to fit the local circumstances. Go through the keypoint of the Vietnam Accounting Standards.

There is no regulation about an official language or currency in the accounting reports. You are free to complete your reports with your desired language or currency as long as you notify your direct supervisory tax authority.

However, when it comes to preparing financial statements, Vietnamese and Vietnam Dong are compulsory by law.

The accounting period will start from the first effective day of the Business Registration Certificate to the last day of the monthly, quarterly, or yearly accounting period.

There are 3 methods:

  • Via email
  • Via cloud storage
  • Via remote access to your internal accounting system