Breakfast Talk Seminar 2018
China Tax Reform Impact and challenges
Friday, 23 November 2018
Breakfast begins at 8:30 a.m.
On 31 August 2018, the revision of the “Law of PRC on Individual Income Tax (IIT)” was passed at the meeting of the fifth session of the Standing Committee of the 13th National People’s Congress (NPC). The implementation rules of the IIT law of the People’s Republic of China (draft for comments) have also been released on 20 October 2018 and is intended to enable a smooth and comprehensive implementation as well as form the basis for interpretation of the new tax law effective 1 January 2019.
The new IIT Law is a key milestone of the current IIT system, impacting businesses, employers and taxpayers in all aspects from tax and immigration and compensatory/payroll systems to HR compliance.
At this seminar, we will share the specific changes implemented under the tax reform and provide insights on its corresponding wide-ranging impact rippling across the various service sectors. We will also cover potential areas of risks affecting employees travelling to and working in China and what it means to employers to ensure compliance as focus areas.
Register now to keep abreast of the latest developments and have a better understanding of the extent of considerations and challenges faced by businesses and employers which may result in a review and/or overhaul of the current processes, policies and operations in place as well as identify tax planning opportunities for taxpayers.
- Gain an understanding on the impact China tax reform has in relation to Singapore employees working in China and the potential challenges
- Explore possible ways to mitigate the current changes
- Ernst & Young (China) Advisory Limited professional tax representative participating virtually in “Question & Answer” session
- An overview of EY offerings and what EY can do for you
Who should attend
Finance, mobility and payroll personnel, Human Resources professionals, accountants, tax practitioners, or any other compensation practitioners with responsibility or oversight of employees’ compensation reporting.
Note: Session will be conducted in English.
This breakfast seminar is complimentary and subject to availability on a first-come first-served basis.
Successful registrants will be sent confirmations. We reserve the rights to cancel the breakfast seminar or amend the schedule, venue or speaker due to circumstances beyond our control.
Closing date: 16 November 2018