Applying for the tax refund from Abroad

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Applying for the tax refund from Abroad

Postby TCB » 01 Jan 2007, 07:23

Hi Taiwan tax experts,
I did the 183 days from April to Nov this year and had to return home due to bushfires. Looks like the job has now finished.
Does anyone know if the tax refund can be organised from outside Taiwan and what the process is? I have a bank account in Tawian if that is any help.
Thanks for any info
Tony
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