Shenzhen and Guangzhou have great geographical location and strong market radiation capacity. The preferential policies of Shenzhen and Guangzhou are also important factors attracting more and more foreign investors to come and invest. What should take into consideration after the company set up in Shenzhen
First, opening the corporate fundamental bank account and apply for permit for opening accounts
1.What is the corporate fundamental bank account？
The corporate fundamental bank account is the main deposit account of the enterprise, and the withdrawal of cash such as salary and bonus can only be handled through this RMB bank account.
2.Choose one bank
The banking fee varies from RMB300-500 according to different banks. It is highly recommended to choose a bank nearby.
Second, hiring an accountant to do accounting and submit financial statements
can be issued after the business license and tax registration processed.
After the establishment of the company, it is necessary to apply for the tax registration, obtain the CA certificate and the tax code before the blank invoice application.
2.Accounting and financial statements submittal starts from the first month after the business license issued
The tax authorities require the company to carry out the monthly accounting and financial statements submittal in the first month after the establishment of the company, even in the circumstances of no income and no expenditure of the enterprise.
Third, registering the brand name as the trademark to get protected
1.Significance of registering trademark
Starting the brand registration as early as possible can help entrepreneurs to protect brands and avoid related commercial risks.
2.Considerations should be aware of for trademark registration
Trademark registration shall be first formulated by the trademark consultants to forecast the risk of trademark registration and the possible category of protection.
Forth, setting up an enterprise social security account and pay five social insurance and one housing fund for employees
The social insurance law stipulates that the employer should apply for social insurance registration within 30 days from the date of its establishment.