TOKYO -- All businesses in Japan likely will be required to file tax returns electronically starting as early as fiscal 2019 as a part of government efforts to cut paperwork in both the public and private sectors.
The Ministry of Finance and the National Tax Agency will consult with the ruling coalition and the business community, then develop a detailed proposal by June. The aim is to insert those provisions into the tax reform outline for the fiscal year beginning April 2018.
By continuing to browse this website, you accept cookies which are used for several reasons such as personalizing content/ads and analyzing how this website is used. Please review our
to learn how you can update your cookie settings.