|$856.00 (including GST)|
If you have Chinese subsidiaries or Joint Ventures in China, you may have heard from your Chinese counterparts that the Chinese Tax Authorities do not allow charging of management fee. How true is this?
In this highly practical workshop, our experienced speaker will discuss the practical cases and solutions available when moving funds in and out of China, including compliance with the recent developments in China tax and foreign exchange control affecting cross-border remittances. She will also explain the Foreign Exchange Handbook on Capital Account Items (2017 edition) for your practical application.
Practical case examples will be shared during each section of the course, so that participants will have a good appreciation and understanding of the real life challenges faced by Singapore companies. Practical solutions will also be demonstrated to help you overcome these challenges
Management Fee charged by Singapore Holding Co. to China subsidiaries
· What are the types of charges from overseas related companies that can be deductible? What are the required supporting documents?
· What are the procedures which the Chinese subsidiaries should go through in order to remit the charges out?
Cost Sharing – IT fee
· How can we make the sharing of IT charges (eg. Enterprise Resource Planning system) possible from tax and foreign exchange perspectives?
Cost Sharing – Salaries
· Why is the sharing of salaries not possible?
· Can this be restructured in order to charge cost to Chinese subsidiaries?
Patent and Design Fees Charged to China Subsidiaries
· Why patent fees may be subject to customs duty and a further VAT of 16%?
· Which types of design fees will be taxed as royalty and which can be taxed as service fee? What are the differences in the China tax implications?
Reimbursement of Expenses
· What are the pitfalls of such reimbursements?
· What are the correct ways to handle such payments?
Dividend Payment vs Reinvestment
· What are the critical issues that should be considered before reinvestment?
Reduction of Dividend Withholding tax
· Structuring the investment in China through a BVI company
· What are the new changes in determining whether the overseas investor can qualify as the beneficial owner under treaty and hence enjoying the reduced withholding tax rate of 5%?
· How can a Singapore Company get the refund of withholding tax paid in prior years?
Disposal of Chinese Investment to a Chinese Buyer
· What are the procedures for the Group to receive money from the Chinese buyer?
· What are the taxes payable on the sale of shares of a Wholly Foreign Owned Enterprise (WFOE)?
· Will it be better to structure the sale as an asset deal?
Remitting Surplus Funds from China
· What are the possible alternatives for a WFOE to transfer funds to overseas for usage by the overseas affiliates?
· What are the tax implications?
Secondment of Staff to China
· Why Chinese tax authorities consider full salaries should be subject to individual income tax?
· Why will salaries borne by the WFOE be subject to additional VAT and Enterprise Income Tax? How to reduce the tax risks?
Transfer Pricing Adjustments
FCCA , FCPA
Bolivia has more than 20 years of experience in China tax and business advisory. She had spent 15 years in KPMG, before retiring as a Tax Partner in 2011. Having stationed in Guangzhou and Shanghai for over 8 years, she has vast experience in helping clients deal with their tax problems and challenges
Bolivia is currently a member of the ACCA China Expert Forum, and was also in the Steering Team of ACCA Southern China from 2004 to 2017. She is a Member of Working Party on Seminars of Accountancy Training Board of Hong Kong Vocational Training Council, and also a Member of the Customer Liaison Group for SMEs of the Trade and Industry Department of the Hong Kong SAR. She also lectures on China Tax in Universities and Institutions in Macau, Hong Kong and China.
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