The company law of the people's Republic of China adopts the subscription system for the registered capital of a company. The policy of the subscription system is that when the company is registered in advance, the industrial and commercial bureau does not require the enterprise to pay the capital in advance. It only needs the enterprise to make an agreement in the company's articles of association and make full payment within the time limit for practical payment. Therefore, it can be used in the national enterprise credit company after the registered capital is paid in Show online publicity.
Paid in capital refers to the total amount of capital contribution received by shareholders when the company is established. It is the actual capital of the company. For example, when you registered in Shanghai, you subscribed 1 million yuan, but only paid 500000 yuan. This is the paid in capital. In the future, the shareholders may pay all the shares at one time or within a certain period of time. Therefore, the paid in capital may be less than or equal to the registered capital.
Tax rate has nothing to do with registered capital. The size of the registered capital does not affect the tax rate, and the tax rate is only related to the turnover and tax status of an enterprise
Take the value-added tax as an example. The basic tax rate of general taxpayers is 17%, that of goods sold or imported within the scope of rules is 13%, and that of small-scale taxpayers is 6% and 4% (commercial). 5% of the service industry includes education surcharges and urban construction and maintenance fees.