For Those Who Are Filing for Their Final Tax Return

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The “final tax return” is a process where a taxpayer calculates the amount of income tax the payer owes for the period from January to December of the previous year and either gets a tax refund or pays the remaining owed taxes. To calculate the income tax, the taxpayer needs to know the income (such as salary or pension) and the expenses (the money used to gain the income), the total insurance premiums (for National Health Insurance, Medical Care Insurance for the Elderly, Long-term Care Insurance, National Pension, etc.) and total medical expenses.
To know more about the final tax return please see the following website of the National Tax Agency (Kokuzeicho), a government agency which manages taxes. You can get information such as:
— whether you need to file or not
— procedures for the final tax return
— how to create the final tax return form

This article can be read in the following language: 日本語 (Japanese) 한국어 (Korean) 简体中文 (Chinese (Simplified))

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