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Income tax returns (確定申告, kakutei shinkoku)

ID番号 N39034 更新日 平成29年4月19日

A final income tax return is a calculation of income received and tax paid in a given calendar year. Final returns are to be filed with the Tax Office between February 16 and March 15 the following year by those who are required to pay income tax.

 

The vast majority of salaried employees who work at only one place and do not receive income from other sources have no need to file this final tax return, if they have completed end-of-year tax adjustments. However, in cases where income is being received from multiple sources, it is possible that tax withheld may be refunded if a tax return is filed, in which case you should consult your salary office or officer, or the local Tax office.

 

Note

For foreign nationals a differentiation is made between “residents” (those dwelling or residing in Japan continuously for over one year), who will file final returns in some cases; and “non-residents” (those individuals not considered residents), who are required to pay taxes on designated income earned within Japan.

 

If your country has a tax treaty with Japan, you may be able to obtain relief or exemptions from your income tax burden in Japan by submitting the appropriate Application Form for Income Tax Convention to the Tax Office. For further details please contact your country’s embassy or consulate in Japan or your local tax office.

 

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