|(課程編號 T0121) WATCH OUT for your tax matters – Ignorance may be at the expense of your mental health!|
||Code T0121 (12 July 2021)|
For the past 2 years, the chaos, especially caused by COVID-19, hit every business and every person. The entrepreneurs of SME tried hard to recover their losses. However, on the other hand, they may have overlooked or even neglected their tax matters on which ignorance may cause devastating impact on their businesses.
This seminar aims to help attendees to BE AWARE of the importance of compliance provisions and penalty provisions (should be regarded as “weapons” invoked by the Hong Kong tax authority) of the Hong Kong Inland Revenue Ordinance and how to respond to such “weapons” in case of sufferings from various tax issues.
1. Compliance provisions of the Inland Revenue Ordinance
2. Consequences of non-compliance and violations with illustrative cases
3. How to respond to the above-mentioned “weapons” in case of any issues – will decide your success or failure
Who should attend
The course will be of interest to auditors, accountants and management in commercial firms, lawyers, students and other interested parties who should beware the tax compliance and penalty matters
Mr. Alan Cheng
FCPA (Practising), CPA (Aust.), CTA (HK), B.Bus,
Taxation Committee Member, MSCA (Since 2011)
Alan Cheng (Alan) began his tax career in Big 4. He has acquired the practising certificate in 2007 and started practising on his own since 2010. He has extensive experience in handling profits tax and personal tax issues on behalf of local and expatriate clients (objection, additional tax, prosecution etc.). He also had extensive experience in handling complex field audit and tax investigation cases as well as tax planning and tax advices for individual and corporations are his expertise, especially in handling offshore profits claim, employment termination payout, etc.
Alan has been the Taxation Committee Member of the Society of Chinese Accountants and Auditors (SCAA) (香港華人會計師公會) since 2011. The Society often comments on the annual policy address and the Budget presented by the Chief Executive and the Financial Secretary respectively.
Alan has also been the author of newspaper articles of Hong Kong Economic Journal to comment on tax cases and Hong Kong tax policy.
Ms. Elizabeth Law
Chairman of SCAA Taxation Committee
||06:30 PM - 08:00 PM|