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This publication will help you to understand the best option for your business when transitioning to the new revenue standard.
26 February 2014 (Wednesday)
13:30 ~ 14:00
14:00 ~ 16:30 (with tea break at 15:40 ~ 16:00)
Thinking Beyond Borders – A look at practical tips for Hong Kong / PRC mobile employees or secondees from legal and tax perspectives
16:30 ~ 17:15
Overview of major changes in PRC employment law which impacts payroll and practical case sharing showing common mistakes / difficulties when preparing PRC payroll
17:15 ~ 17:30 Q&A
KPMG office, 23rd Floor, Hysan Place, 500 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
For companies with mobile employees working in Hong Kong / PRC, the tax and legal issues are the critical areas that need to be taken care of. Taking a proactive approach and advance planning can help companies to gain control and plan effectively to reduce costs and mitigate risk. Our speakers will share the tax and legal aspects associated with mobile employees in Hong Kong/PRC.
Our speaker from Shanghai will provide an update of the PRC employment law which impacts payroll and make use of practical cases to show common mistakes / difficulties encountered when preparing the PRC payroll.
Please join us at this event, where senior representatives from KPMG and KCS together with our guest speakers from Kennedys will share with you their knowledge and experience in the areas concerned.
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