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This is a hybrid session. You have the option to attend this live in-person or online via zoom. Please select accordingly at registration.
For Chinese citizens working in Singapore and/or countries outside China, practical tax issues and implications will inevitably arise in determining their tax residency status in China. Are they subject to China global tax under the Chinese tax law?
In this timely workshop, the Trainer will explain the technical grounds on who will not be a China tax resident and what should be done to reduce the China tax risks.
- What is the definition of Chinese tax resident under China tax law
- Why a Chinese ID card holder with Singapore permanent resident status may be a non-China tax resident
- Actions to be taken to reduce the risks as being a Chinese tax resident and keeping the Chinese citizenship
- The technical and practical risks of declaration and payment of China tax on offshore incomes and CRS (Common Reporting Standard)
What you will learn
- Understand the tax resident status of Chinese citizens working and staying outside China
- Know the actions to be taken to reduce the risks of China global tax
- Understand the technical risks and practical risks on non-declaration of China tax on offshore incomes
- Persons with Chinese ID cards working or staying in Singapore / outside China
- Tax Managers/Professionals
FCCA , FCPA
Bolivia has more than 20 years of experience in China tax and business advisory. She had spent 15 years in KPMG, before retiring as a Tax Partner in 2011. Having stationed in Guangzhou and Shanghai for over 8 years, she has vast experience in helping clients deal with their tax problems and challenges
Bolivia is currently a member of the ACCA China Forum, and was also in the Steering Team of ACCA Southern China from 2004 to 2017. She is a Member of Working Party on Seminars of Accountancy Training Board of Hong Kong Vocational Training Council, and also a Member of the Customer Liaison Group for SMEs of the Trade and Industry Department of the Hong Kong SAR. She also lectures on China Tax in Universities and Institutions in Macau, Hong Kong and China.
This is a hybrid session. You have the option to attend this live in-person or online via Zoom. Please select accordingly at registration.