Japan is one of the countries most affected by natural disasters, mainly due to it being in the Ring of Fire which is a major area in the basin of the Pacific Ocean where many earthquakes and volcanic eruptions occur.
The country has gone through thousands of years of earthquakes, tsunamis, typhoons, floods and even volcanic eruptions, which in turn have affected its economy, development, and social life.
As a result of Coronavirus pandemic which has affected the livelihoods of people across the world, government of Japan has been offering a range of financial support to help individuals and companies that have suffered a loss of income.
The COVID-19 pandemic outbreak has forced many businesses to close down or reduced their services causing employees to work fewer hours or even lose their jobs.
February and March is the tax season in Japan. Filing a tax return isn’t really easy, but doing it in different language and in another country can be especially challenging.
Luckily, if you work for an organization and that’s your only source of income, they will manage everything for you. But, if you have more than one source of income or are self-employed, you need to file a Tax Return "Kakutei Shinkoku - 確定申告".
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