08:30 to 10:00
16 Oct 2018
This seminar aims to enhance companies’ understanding of Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore’s (“IRAS”) compliance approach and how companies can better comply with their tax obligations in respect of the reporting of employees’ remuneration.
Coverage on the seminar will include IRAS’ assessment process and risk–based approach to tax assessment, common issues and mistakes made by companies, the penalty framework, an overview of the investigation process and the opportunity to reduce penalties under the IRAS’ Voluntary Disclosure Program.
Practical solutions on how to mitigate common mistakes and improve tax compliance by enhancing internal controls, record keeping will be discussed. Mrs Kerrie Chang, Partner at EY, will also briefly discuss hot topics of compliance from the Central Provident Fund perspective.
1. Individual income tax in Singapore vs France – summary of the main differences
- Basis of taxation (e.g. territorial/ worldwide – gross income/ net income)
- Filing requirements and timing (e.g. household/ individual)
- Tax rates
2. Focus on Singapore tax - Common errors in employee’s remuneration reporting
- Audit environment in Singapore
- Common errors in employee’s remuneration reporting
- Consequences of incorrect employee’s remuneration reporting, including remediation measures
- How to mitigate common mistakes and improve tax compliance
3. Hot topics – Compliance from the CPF perspective
- Please note that this event is restricted to French Chamber members only -
About the speaker
- Kerrie Chang, Partner, People Advisory Services Mobility Tax, EY
Kerrie is a Partner in the People Advisory Services practice and has over 20 years of experience in providing tax consulting and global mobility tax services to a wide variety of clients throughout Asia.
During her career, Kerrie has supported her clients through providing advice and consultation on individual taxation, tax planning opportunities, structuring tax effective compensation packages, tax equalisation/protection arrangements and long-term employee incentive plans. She has extensive experience in handling the review of employer’s reporting of employees’ remuneration, benefits-in-kind including employee share gains and working on tax remediation cases with her clients and liaising on their behalf with tax authorities.
Kerrie’s experience also includes various projects where she has provided advice and guidance to multinational companies with extended business traveller and international assignment populations. This includes coordination of advice for clients in the Asia-Pacific region, and providing insights with regard to changes in tax law, global mobility trends and related business practices. In addition, she is also a frequent speaker at professional seminars.
Terms & Conditions
- This event is for members only.
- Full payment is required upon registration.
- Should you need to cancel, please do so no later than two working days before the date of the event.
- No shows will not be refunded.
- Please note that photographs and videos may be taken during the event for news and publicity purposes.