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Nopporn Charoenkitraj

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Nopporn joined Baker McKenzie in 2007 after practicing tax law with another law firm in Bangkok for seven years. He became a Partner in 2016 and is currently active in the Tax Practice Group.

The Cabinet has recently approved in principle the Draft Ministerial Regulation under the Revenue Code Regarding Revenue Tax to increase the personal tax exemption amount on severance pay for terminated employees, aligning with the new maximum rate of severance pay. This change is intended to further ease the financial burden on terminated employees.

The Thai Revenue Department (TRD) issued the revenue ruling No. Gor Kor 0702/1112 on 21 February 2024 (“Ruling”) regarding tax treatment for the new merger scheme under section 1238 (2) of the Civil and Commercial Code. According to the Ruling, the merger would be considered as an entire business transfer and the tax considerations for the EBT should apply.

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