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BECOME A TAX RESIDENT IN JAPAN WITH FIDULINK

Better prepare for immigration to Japan with FIDULINK

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Become a tax resident in Japan: good to know

What we are developing in this post is good to know before deciding to elect tax residence in Japan.

Any foreigner living in the land of the rising sun always has a status: resident or non-resident. In both cases, it is imposed.

A Japanese resident is defined as a natural person who has a residence in the country or is domiciled in the country for at least one year. Those who do not fit these criteria are considered non-residents.

A Japanese tax resident can be permanent or not. If he lives permanently in Japan, he is taxed on all his income, regardless of the source of the latter. A non-permanent resident on the other hand is not taxed on his foreign source income, since such income is not collected in the territory. A non-permanent resident is not a Japanese national. It is possible to remain a non-permanent resident tax resident in the territory and staying there for 5 years over a period of 10 years.

In addition to taxation, let's talk about psychological preparation. It is essential before immigrating to Japan. Notice to foreigners who get away easily: the Japanese, very strong in terms of self-control, ban this kind of behavior. Do not be surprised if they still consider you a "gaijin" (literal translation: foreigner) as long as you reside in Japan. However, do not take offense at the fact that they consider you a stranger because they are still respectful. Be yourself in the land of the rising sun. Do not try to be like them because they want to preserve the authenticity of their culture. According to them, their culture belongs only to them and to them alone.

Today, the Japanese population is decreasing. We try to encourage immigration, but the realization of such a project is still under study. Log in to FIDULINK ! Join the network and you'll be up to date. In addition, you will be up to date on all areas, especially regarding your investments.

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