Salaries Tax Case Sharing (Webcast)

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As an individual taxpayer, have you ever received the benefits below? 

A. Bonus 

B. Share option gains

C. Ex-gratia payment

D. All

The board of review and the courts have laid down judgements on the aforementioned benefits.  

Objective

  • To provide insights on the principal issues in each of these tax cases and the interpretation of the related provision in the Inland Revenue Ordinance (“IRO”)

Key Takeaways

  • Observations on some selected tax cases on the latest development of Hong Kong Salaries Tax issues

Details

Date:

11 June 2021 (Fri)

Time:

15:00 – 16:30

Language:

Cantonese (with English materials)

Fee:

Member – HK$450
Non Member
 – HK$750
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Webcast:

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Speaker

Mr Wilson Cheng

Partner, Greater China Tax Controversy Co-Leader Hong Kong Tax Controversy Leader, EY

With more than 20 years of Hong Kong corporate tax controversy and advisory experiences, Wilson Cheng provides a wide spectrum of tax controversy services to conglomerates, listed companies, as well as US and Europe-based multinational corporations.

He has extensive experiences in dealing with Hong Kong tax authorities, e.g., assisting corporations in settling prolonged disputes on contentious tax issues in Hong Kong such as offshore claim lodged by multinational corporations, capital gain claim on real estate properties, tax audit and investigation on small-medium enterprises. His other tax experiences include group structure rationalisation, cross-border transaction planning, IPO review, and restructuring.



Date & Time
Friday
11 June 2021
15:00 16:30 Asia/Hong_Kong
Organiser

Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management

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