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KPMG Tax Institute 

KPMG Tax Institute provides CFOs, Tax Directors and other senior tax executives a forum to keep up to date on current and emerging tax issues.
KPMG's Tax Institute offers thought leadership on trends and current topics of interest to senior tax practitioners, as well as providing access to a range of resources including roundtables, seminars and forums.

Singapore Budget

The Budget Statement for 2014 will be delivered by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, Mr Tharman Shanmugaratnam, in Parliament on February 21, 2014.

Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS)

The February 2013 OECD report on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) responds to growing concerns about the risks to tax revenues, tax sovereignty and tax fairness that BEPS behaviors pose, in particular when these results lead to unanticipated double nontaxation.

Tax Risk & Dispute Management

A proactive and coordinated approach to TRDM is a key defence in any tax dispute resolution process. Well designed and robust tax compliance controls, together with careful and effective management of tax disputes would enable efficient use of resources, unlock value tied up with unresolved tax issues and manage penalty exposure.


Transfer Pricing

As multinationals search for more efficient ways to compete in the global market, cross-border transactions between related companies are increasing in number and complexity. In conjunction with this trend, tax authorities around the world are becoming more sensitive to the ways in which transfer pricing affects local tax revenues.


Indirect Tax

Keeping up with Goods and Services Tax (GST) and customs regulatory requirements can be a constant challenge for many businesses. Sound management of GST processes and applying the appropriate GST relief schemes helps businesses to realise savings.


Tax Incentives for Innovation

Governments the world over have been rolling out incentives to encourage businesses to build competitive advantage through research and development. In most countries, research and development tax incentives are broadly available and applicable to every industry. A good understanding of research and development tax incentives can therefore lead to tax savings for your business.