EY Tax webcast
Benefits from China's VAT pilot reform
This webcast was offered twice in 24 hours. If you attended the replay you can download your CPE here.
The value-added tax (VAT) treatments for international services, one of the most important policy pillars of China’s VAT pilot reform, creates tax and cost savings opportunities for businesses by means of VAT exemption, VAT zero rate and the recovery of withholding VAT through input VAT credit.
Yet many companies are not aware of or taking advantage of these benefits.
The experimental nature of the VAT pilot arrangements and the differences between national and local implementation rules impose numerous challenges for companies to fully enjoy these VAT benefits. Additionally, companies, especially those with cross-region operations in China, need to meet exacting requirements to have tax officials agree with their entitled VAT treatments.
Join our panelists and learn how to benefit from the VAT preferential, including:
- An in-depth discussion of the various VAT preferential treatments under the VAT pilot arrangements
- Case study analysis of the impact of the VAT preferential treatments
- How companies can better prepare for and manage the preferential VAT treatments