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The silent threat of “Bladder Cancer”
"Bladder cancer" is a silent and close threat whose exact cause is still unclear.
Individuals liable for personal income tax
Personal Income Tax is a tax collected from the general public who have any type of income. Unless there are laws granting exemptions, they are subject to tax.
Warning: The spread of COVID and Flu during rainy season
During the rainy season, where the weather conditions vary, health concerns undoubtedly arise. The Department of Disease Control, Ministry of Public Health
Mental Health Check In via QR Code
Many people face inevitable health issues, both physically and mentally, including emotional distress.

Health & Medical Service in Thailand

"Digital ID" - A seamless health service system
Thailand's public health and medical system is transitioning to electronic services, ensuring secure operations through Digital Identity or Digital ID. This identification system can record personal information, including national ID numbers, addresses
The silent threat of “Bladder Cancer”
"Bladder cancer" is a silent and close threat whose exact cause is still unclear.
Thailand joins international effort to conduct emergency medical response drill against “Dirty Bomb” scenario
Radiological terror attacks using 'Dirty Bombs', although they have not yet occurred in Thailand or globally, are considered a nuclear and radiological threat with the potential for malignant use.
Warning: The spread of COVID and Flu during rainy season
During the rainy season, where the weather conditions vary, health concerns undoubtedly arise. The Department of Disease Control, Ministry of Public Health

Housing & Social Service

Korea embraces new strategy with Thai BOI investment, focusing on target industries, spurring new wave of investment in Thailand
The initiation of business negotiations and investment consultations between Thailand and Korea is a new strategy employed by the Board of Investment (BOI) of Thailand to stimulate a new wave of investments in the country,
Easily improving, adding to, and repairing your house with “Riak Chang” online
Problems with home repairs are a common source of frustration, but thanks to a new app called “Riak Chang,” released by the Ministry of the Interior at the start of 2023
Land ownership by foreigners in Thailand: Documents required for registration
Once you know in what cases foreigners can own land in Thailand, it is also important to prepare the required documents for registration.
Applying for a change of visa type to receive a retirement visa, for foreigners who want to stay in Thailand for a long time
Elderly foreigners aged 50 years old or more who want to change the type of visa to stay in Thailand long-term should follow the following steps to get a Non-immigrant “O” visa, i.e., a retirement visa.

Social Security

Ownership of real estate by foreigners in Thailand: Requesting ownership of a condominium unit
Under the Condominium Act 1979, which concerns freehold ownership, foreigners are permitted to own 49% of the total number of units in a building registered as a condominium.
Foreign property ownership in Thailand: Acquisition of real estate
Buying real estate in Thailand for foreigners is not difficult but it is a good idea to first understand the legal limitations on land ownership by foreigners in Thailand.
Ownership of real estate by foreigners in Thailand: Documents required for registration
The documents required for registration of property ownership by foreigners in Thailand can be divided into several parts.
Foreign ownership of land in Thailand: Ownership procedures
There is a process for foreigners to obtain land ownership in Thailand.

Tax

Individuals liable for personal income tax
Personal Income Tax is a tax collected from the general public who have any type of income. Unless there are laws granting exemptions, they are subject to tax.
Land and building tax rates for foreigners residing in Thailand
The Condominium Act Amendment No. 4 B.E. 2551 allows foreigners to purchase and hold ownership of condominium units in Thailand up to 49% of the sales area of that project and the other 51% held by Thai individuals.
Ownership of real estate by foreigners in Thailand: Requesting ownership of a condominium unit
Under the Condominium Act 1979, which concerns freehold ownership, foreigners are permitted to own 49% of the total number of units in a building registered as a condominium.
Foreign property ownership in Thailand: Acquisition of real estate
Buying real estate in Thailand for foreigners is not difficult but it is a good idea to first understand the legal limitations on land ownership by foreigners in Thailand.

Laws

Individuals liable for personal income tax
Personal Income Tax is a tax collected from the general public who have any type of income. Unless there are laws granting exemptions, they are subject to tax.
Land and building tax rates for foreigners residing in Thailand
The Condominium Act Amendment No. 4 B.E. 2551 allows foreigners to purchase and hold ownership of condominium units in Thailand up to 49% of the sales area of that project and the other 51% held by Thai individuals.
Ownership of real estate by foreigners in Thailand: Requesting ownership of a condominium unit
Under the Condominium Act 1979, which concerns freehold ownership, foreigners are permitted to own 49% of the total number of units in a building registered as a condominium.
Foreign property ownership in Thailand: Acquisition of real estate
Buying real estate in Thailand for foreigners is not difficult but it is a good idea to first understand the legal limitations on land ownership by foreigners in Thailand.
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