|$1,200.00 (including GST)|
As businesses go global, it becomes essential for them to understand their cross-border tax exposure and how they can mitigate double taxation. With the contracting parties in different countries, the tax system of one country may differ from another, resulting in tax issues that need to be resolved through tax treaties.
This programme is part of the Corporate Practice Series, designed specifically to give Business Directors, Finance & Tax Professionals a practical understanding of the purpose of tax treaties, how business income is allocated under tax treaties and the key issues in interpreting and applying tax treaties. The Trainer will also analyse specific definitions and articles of the OECD and the UN Model Tax Conventions to explain what they mean, how they work, the benefits as well as the pitfalls to avoid.
At the end of this workshop, you will:
Understanding Tax Treaties
Income Allocation Rules
The Business Profits Article
Service Income and the Business Profits Article
Fee for Technical Services
Independent Personal Services
Dividends, Interest and Royalties
Claiming Tax Credits under Tax Treaties
Sivakumar Saravan, Executive Director, Tax and Corporate Advisory, Crowe Horwath Singapore has about 20 years of experience in tax compliance and tax consultancy work for individuals as well as local corporations, multinationals and financial institutions. Siva is a member of Crowe Horwath's International Tax Committee and he has conducted several seminars on international tax to Crowe Horwath tax specialists in the Asia Pacific region as well as to members of the public. He is the author of CCH’s Singapore Withholding Tax And Treaties Online, Crowe Horwath’s Quick Guide to Business Tax in Singapore and Tax Essentials for HR Professionals’. He is the consultant editor of CCH's Singapore Master Tax Guide manual. Siva is an accredited tax advisor of the Singapore Institute of Accredited Tax Professionals. He is also a member of The Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants of Singapore and the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators.
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