Apr 2, 2022
The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has announced the framework for international tax reform on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) (commonly known as BEPS 2.0) and its implementation plan, which are anticipated to come into effect in 2023.
In response to the changing landscape of the global tax environment, the government continues to enhance tax transparency and fight against tax evasion and other forms of non-compliances.
Meanwhile, new technology has transformed the commercial landscape and opens a range of digital business opportunities. The springing up of e-commerce businesses, online gaming platforms and Key Opinion Leaders (“KOLs”) have brought new sources of tax disputes.
Highlights of the Webinar
Recent development in the tax dispute resolution in HK
a. Latest trend in case selection and approaches in handling tax disputes b. Special arrangement of tax dispute resolution under the current COVID-19 situation
Review focuses and trends on offshore entities
a. Analysis on the rationale of investigation b. Review focus and precautionary measures to manage the potential tax risks
Tax review on various digital businesses
a. Recent tax review arising from the digital businesses b. Real life cases sharing
Date: 20 April 2022 (Wednesday)
Time: 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Channel: Zoom webinar
Fee: $100 for AWAHK members; $150 for non-members
CPD: 1.5 hours
Karen Au Partner, PwC Tax Controversy Services Team
Joyce Chak Senior Manager, PwC Tax Controversy Services Team
Kenneth Tsang Senior Consultant, PwC Tax Controversy Services Team