We are pleased to extend this invitation for our upcoming seminar, an overview of key changes for expatriates due to the PRC IIT reform. On 29th June 2018, China’s national people’s Congress (NPC) published a draft amendment of the individual income tax Law (IIT). On 31 August, the NPC passed the Draft Amendment to the People’s Republic of China (PRC) IIT Law, with the amendments becoming effective from 1 January 2019.
We are very glad to invite Levi Zeng, manager of people’s services from KPMG, to give us a speech on the key changes of the IIT reform and also its impacts for expatriates in terms of tax residence rule, IIT withholding mechanism for residence/non-residence, itemised deduction vs tax exempt benefits, etc. There will be also Q&A session after the speech.
Come and join us to discover more details. This is a great opportunity to have a better understanding of the individual income tax reform and how these changes may affect your salary package. Bookings are essential as seats are limited.
Sheila is the Director, Tax and she joined KPMG in Beijing in December 1993. Sheila has extensive experience in tax compliance and tax advisory in the PRC, specialising in assisting multinational clients planning the remuneration package for the expatriate employees working in China.
She has extensive knowledge of personal tax policies, tax planning and tax negotiations in China. She is the most familiar with GMS practice and operation in China, and has been providing GMS service to many multinational companies including Microsoft, UBS, Nestle, EL AL Airlines Ltd, etc for more than 8 years or longer.
Levi is a tax manager in the People Service practice with KPMG Beijing China. Since 2004, Levi has been involved in providing PRC individual income tax compliance and advisory services to both multinational companies and Chinese domestic companies.
Levi is specialised in assisting multinational clients in planning the remuneration package for the expatriate employees working in China. Levi has extensive knowledge of personal tax policies and tax planning as well as tax negotiations experience in China.
Date：14th March 2019
Time: 3:00 – 4:30pm (Registration start at 2:30pm)
Venue Details: AustCham Beijing Office
Address: Room 2103, the Exchange Tower, B-118, Jianguo Avenue, Chaoyang District, Beijing. 北京市朝阳区建国路乙118号京汇大厦2103室
Cost: RMB 80 for AustCham Beijing members, RMB120 for non-members (payable at the door)
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