Employee Remuneration Reporting Seminar
Wednesday, 20 November 2013
at 8:30 a.m.
Monday, 11 November 2013
About the seminar
In this seminar, you will gain knowledge on the employer reporting obligations of employees’ remuneration in Singapore, the common reporting pitfalls or special circumstances, as well as the key tax treatments of various income items and benefits-in-kind, including employee share gains and what you should do if there has been an omission in your past reporting.
We will share more about the Not Ordinarily Resident scheme in Singapore and the latest developments and updates on personal tax. Our senior Human Capital advisors will also share their experiences on various income and benefits-in-kind items that employers commonly omit for both their local employees as well as international assignees.
This year sees the return of our popular interactive quiz session, which will help clarify the tax treatment and reporting of various income and benefit items. Case studies will also allow you to get some hands-on experiences in preparing for the upcoming Form IR8A reporting season.
- Gain an understanding on the remuneration and benefits reportable in Form IR8A (Return of Employee’s Remuneration) and Form IR21 (Notification of a Non-citizen Employee’s Cessation of Employment or Departure from Singapore)
- Have a better understanding of the application of the Not Ordinarily Resident Taxpayer scheme
- Learn the rules on taxation on equity compensation
- Gain insights on the latest developments in the audit initiatives of the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS) affecting employers’ reporting obligations
- Participate in case studies to better understand the application of the rules
Who should attend
Tax, human resources, finance, accounting and payroll professionals who are responsible for:
- Managing the costs of globally mobile employees
- Ensuring correct remuneration reporting in Singapore for both local and expatriate employees
Full-day seminar comprising lectures, interactive discussions, quiz sessions, case studies and Q&A.
- Clients, alumni and SIATP members: S$450
- Public: S$500
Fees include lunch, materials, refreshments and GST.
Group discount: A discount of 10% applies to organizations registering three or more participants in one registration.
Michelle H Lim
Tel : +65 6309 8908
Fax: +65 6532 7662
Ernst & Young Solutions LLP reserves the right to cancel the seminar or amend the schedule, venue and speaker(s) due to circumstances beyond our control. Registration is on a first-come-first-served basis. We regret that we cannot give fee refunds, but changes in the personnel attending can be accommodated.