Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, Mr Tharman Shanmugaratnam, delivered his Budget Statement in Parliament on Monday, 25 February 2013.
Join us at our Budget 2013 Seminar where our tax professionals will discuss the impact of the recommended changes.
Chaired by Mr Tay Hong Beng, Head of Tax at KPMG in Singapore, this seminar will comprise of two sessions. The morning session will consist of our tax professionals offering insights on how the proposed changes can affect you. We are also pleased to have Mr Song Seng Wun, Executive Director of CIMB Research Pte Ltd to present his thoughts on the likely macroeconomic impact of this year’s Budget proposals.
The afternoon session will open with a presentation of KPMG International’s latest report “Good, Better, Best: The race to set standards in global tax management”. Presented by Ms Mak Oi Leng, KPMG Tax Partner and Head of Tax Risk & Dispute Management, this session will discuss the survey findings about how tax departments worldwide are coping with the pressures of operating in today’s complex business environment
Mr Leung Yew Kwong, Tax Principal Consultant at KPMG in Singapore, will then present property-related tax changes proposed in Budget 2013 and recent tax cases in Singapore. This will be followed by a presentation on potential opportunities and pitfalls of investing and operating in Myanmar by Mr Leonard Ong, KPMG Tax Partner. The seminar will close with a presentation on taxation and investment in China by Mr Kenny Chiu, Senior Manager at KPMG in Singapore.
Why you should attend
- Learn about the proposed Budget 2013 changes and the subsequent implications for your business.
- Understand the potential opportunities arising from the proposed Budget changes for your business.
- Seek clarification with regard to the Budget proposals during the Question and Answer session.
- Understand the findings of the “Good, Better, Best: The race to set standards in global tax management” report and what it means for your business.
- Learn about recent tax cases in Singapore and their impact on the local tax scene.
- Understand the potential opportunities and pitfalls of investing and operating in Myanmar and China.
Who Should Attend
Directors, Financial Controllers, Finance Managers, Tax Directors and Managers, Accountants and Management Executives.
Spaces are limited, so register now.
Seminar fees qualify as approved expenditure under the Productivity and Innovation Credit Scheme. Businesses are hence eligible for a 400 percent tax deduction or a 60 percent cash payout. This is subject to the relevant expenditure caps.
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Please make cheque payable to KPMG Services Pte. Ltd., 16 Raffles Quay, #22-00 Hong Leong Building, Singapore 048581. KPMG Services Pte. Ltd. will provide a tax invoice upon clearance of your cheque. Refunds will only be made if written notice is received no later than 28 February 2013. Please inform KPMG Services Pte. Ltd. of substitution(s) prior to the event date to avoid inconvenience. In circumstances beyond our control, we reserve the right to cancel the event, or make changes to the schedules, venue and speaker(s). Photography, audio, and/or video recording are not permitted during the event unless authorised by KPMG.