As the barriers of trade are relaxed and several free trade agreements negotiated, the globally mobile workforce is no longer delineated by geographical boundaries. It is therefore critical for companies to take a step back and review the activities of this workforce to ascertain whether there is any in-country tax exposure at either the individual or corporate level. It is timely that management personnel in key corporate functions, such as Finance, and Human Resources, start thinking about pertinent tax issues revolving around cross border employment structures, and Permanent Establishment (PE) risks.
This 2-hour workshop is to educate key decision-makers at the Leadership/Top/Senior Management, and Human Resource (HR), Payroll and Finance professionals on the potential pitfalls to avoid in the global movement of human talent.
Our speakers will cover:
- Understand corporate tax implications, i.e. PE considerations, for various types of staff deployment such as secondments, projects, etc.
- Gain insights on how Double Tax Avoidance Agreements (DTAs) can be leveraged on to manage any overseas tax exposure with regard to international staff movement
- Know individual tax implications in Singapore for employees travelling or posted overseas
- Review other tax considerations in Singapore for global staff deployment
Date: Tuesday, 23 February 2016
Venue: BDO Tax Advisory, Level 7 Training Room, 21 Merchant Road #07-01, Singapore 058267
Time: 9.00-11.00 am (Registration starts at 8.45 am)
RSVP now by dropping an email to email@example.com by 17 February 2016. We look forward to seeing you soon.