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Used this string in searches, nothing specific came up in the searches.  

 

Looking to register a company, mainly doing consulting locally and abroad and need to send invoices. 

 

Any recommended company ? I am a Thai Citz ID holder now, so no issue on that front.

 

Looking for basic service, affordable and legally correct. 

 

p.s. any advice on accounting  / fin audit service providers welcome too.

 

Thanks ! 

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HI -

 

Look at:  https://www.thaistartup.com  and/or  https://www.crm-bkk.com   - you can find contact info at both websites, and both can support incorporation at a Bangkok address (any address starting with 10xxx).   If needed, both can provide you with an initial company registered address.

 

Good luck!

 

Maisodni

Phra Khanong

Bangkok

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Thanks guys....  checked those companies. Seems they have difficulty understanding what a Naturalised Thai is.....asking WP / visa, need ie 2MB registered capital. Took a few rounds till they got it 

 

Did a good search in Thai and stuck to advertisers ( if paying for ads, maybe a little more sophisticated - know how to use the net 🙂 )

 

ended up selecting this one...

 

Company Registration

 

1/4 of price for both registration and accounting support ( which I won't have a lot of ) 

 

Thanks again, hope the above posts help from other posters. If your not good w Thai, go with the more expensive ones to be sure. If you can read and speak thai, going down market should be ok

 

 

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Just in general, be careful who you hire and be careful with all the info they give you.

There are lots of people and companies out there who pretend to know all, charge a fortune, and deliver little.

 

I guess in your situation, with Thai ID, I would speak to Thai business owners which you know already. Maybe a shop or hotel where you live, etc. Ask them who setup their business. 

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