Tax Issues Under the Business Model of Shared Accommodation

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Project Title: Tax Issues Under the Business Model of Shared Accommodation
Author: Mr. Ren Yi
Advisor: Dr. Tanakorn Limsarun
Degree: Master of Business Administration (International Program)
Major: International of Business Management
Faculty: Graduate Schools
Academic year: 2022
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Conference Proceedings
The 15th National and International Academic Conference “Creating Shared-Value and Innovation for Sustainability” 18-20 January 2023

Citation

Ren, Yi. (2022). Tax issues under the business model of shared accommodation. (Master’s independent study). Bangkok: Siam University.


Abstract

China’s shared accommodation business model has not yet cleared sharing accommodation tax provisions. With further development of shared accommodation, the existing tax laws and regulations may be unable to meet the needs of the tax department’s taxes and regulations. The sharing economy has developed quickly, and corresponding regulations and laws should also be updated. Especially for the field of sharing accommodation, there are many taxes loss and would be worst. This paper collected information about the problems and information about taxation from the internet, journals, and past research based on the current situation of China’s taxation on sharing accommodation. The researchers then analyzed the Chinese taxation problems (tax evasion, population laws, measures from tax authorities, legal loopholes, and Third-party platform rectification). Once the information was collected, the research comprehensively explained “what is the sharing accommodation economy,” centralized on global papers discussing up-to-date details about China’s economy. The study explained China’s laws and regulations for the sharing accommodation economy. It also explored the motives behind citizens and entrepreneurs rarely taking responsibility to pay taxes or seeking solutions from the taxation authorities when there were problems with paying taxes. In conclusion, the research provided results and suggestions to solve problems efficiently. The detailed suggestions allow the people and companies better understand the laws and regulations of taxation in China and allow Chinese tax authorities to monitor the management and detection of tax evasion in the shared accommodation economy. It also suggested creating more relevant laws and regulations to promote an efficient economic model.

Keywords: tax, business model, sharing economic.


Tax Issues Under the Business Model of Shared Accommodation

Master of Business Administration (International Program), Siam University, Bangkok, Thailand

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