International Tax Review (ITR) Asia Tax Forum is a leading independent tax forum in the Asia Pacific region. The 14th Asia Tax Forum organised by the ITR, a premier event in the region for taxpayers, officials and practitioners, will be held in Marina Mandarin Singapore on May 8th and 9th 2019.
This year has seen significant change for international tax. With changes across the globe affecting businesses and tax environment in the Asia Pacific Region, it is vital for tax professions to get ahead of the cross-border implications, Advancements on BEPS continue and implementation has started. The Asia Tax Forum looks ahead into the year whilst tax professionals advise on best practices.
Moreover, technology has a huge impact on modern day. The digital economy has taken flight in recent years and discussions on taxing the digital economy is raising debate.
The evolving tax environment makes it essential that tax executives in Asia and globally keep themselves informed of what might affect how they manage their company’s tax obligations. The Asia Tax Forum has become the best opportunity for tax leaders to meet and share experiences of dealing with tax issues.
The agenda is packed with a number of hot topics in relation to #internationaltax that will be discussed by key tax leaders. Click here for details of the agenda.
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Don’t miss the opportunity to network with other transfer pricing practitioners and catch up with more than 30 expert speakers!
Hope to see you there!
Thec Covid-19 pandemic has triggered the most severe recession and is causing enormous damage to the world economy. The economic downturn will impact a group’s transfer prices, analysis and documentation, more so with the BEPS Action Plans in place and the high level of transfer pricing scrutiny across the globe.
JobKeeper forms part of taxable income in the tax return. Makes sense, it is a subsidy against wages, so I am sure there are no surprises there, but how do you assess the arm’s length financial outcomes of the entity for transfer pricing purposes?
The ATO expect that Australian entities will retain the benefit of the JobKeeper payment they receive. So how do you treat the JobKeeper payments for transfer pricing purposes?