As a global electronics giant, Samsung is even stronger in its home country of South Korea. It is one of the most important industries in South Korea, and its assets are also very scary. It is worth noting that the former head of Samsung Group Li Jianxi died of illness last year.The legacy left includes stocks, artworks, real estate, and cash, with a total value of approximately KRW 26 trillion (approximately RMB 141.6 billion).Therefore, Li Jianxi’s relatives also need to pay a very scary estate tax.
The latest report shows that recently,SamsungThe group’s “Princess” Li Fuzhen used the shares of Samsung Electronics as a pledge guarantee and loaned 100 billion won (approximately 540 million yuan). The industry generally believes that this loan is used to pay inheritance taxes.
It is reported that Li Fuzhen is the eldest daughter of the late Samsung Group Chairman Li Jianxi and the president of the Shilla Hotel. According to the electronic announcement issued by the Korean Financial Supervisory Service, Li Fuzhen pledged his 2.532 million shares of Samsung Electronics on October 27, with a loan of 1,000. Billion won. The loan interest rate is 4%, and the repayment period is until January 24, 2022.
According to previous reports, on April 30 this year, Li Jianxi’s survivors declared an inheritance tax of more than 12 trillion won (approximately RMB 65.3 billion) to the Yongsan Taxation Office in Seoul, and applied for payment in five years. Pay one-sixth of the inheritance tax (about 2 trillion won) when filing taxes, and pay the remaining 10 trillion won at an annual interest rate of 1.2% by 2026.