EY You and the Taxman

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You and the Taxman

Issue 2, 2016

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As the ripple effects of global and local tax changes pan out, it is imperative for tax professionals to keep up, add value and remain relevant in a disruptive future. This issue explores post-Budget measures and what lies ahead for businesses.

You and the Taxman

EY - Writing our SG100 story

Writing our SG100 story

What lies ahead after SG50 as Singapore strives to transform through enterprise and innovation for a progressive society and thriving economy?

EY - Be bold to seize opportunities in adversity

Be bold to seize opportunities in adversity

In order to succeed, companies need to shift their mindsets, be open to collaboration and make innovation “business as usual”.

EY - Eight ways for SMEs to tap Singapore Budget 2016

Eight ways for SMEs to tap Singapore Budget 2016

SMEs should fully utilise the fiscal incentives and opportunities available to secure growth. Here’s a checklist.

EY - The Singapore financial hub: staying in the game

The Singapore financial hub: staying in the game

Several measures announced in the Singapore Budget 2016 can impact the country’s standing as a financial services hub.


Elsewhere outside Singapore

EY - UK Budget: minding the gaps

UK Budget: minding the gaps

How will UK’s Budget 2016 measures impact its local economy as well as global investors?

EY - Europe’s increasing transparency tax rulings and more

Europe’s increasing transparency tax rulings and more

A number of developments within the European Union has led to the potential sharing of information. What should companies make of the potential impact of information sharing?

EY - Post-anti-avoidance package: what’s next for Singapore?

Post-anti-avoidance package: what’s next for Singapore?

How will the latest step by the European Commission to align tax laws in all 28 EU countries impact Singapore?


In conversation with

EY - Investing in India: the time is now

Investing in India: the time is now

Amidst policy reforms, local enterprises and investors looking to expand their operations in India must keep abreast of the changes to tap on the opportunities available.

   

Lessons in case law

EY - CH Pte Ltd v Comptroller of Income Tax

CH Pte Ltd v Comptroller of Income Tax

Is interest earned by a Singapore company — one that is not in the business of lending — from the provision of a loan to an overseas party always considered as foreign-sourced?