|MYR901.00 (including SST)|
Navigate through the maze of key issues related to withholding tax and cross border transactions. This comprehensive workshop aims to share the latest implications in 2018 arising on all payments subject to withholding tax (including the changes made in Budget 2018, effective in 2018 in terms of the applicability of withholding tax on services performed outside Malaysia by a non-resident, expansion to the definition of royalty, redefinition of public entertainer), and how to mitigate them besides being tax compliant.
Get practical pointers on how to analyse a transaction for withholding tax obligations. Learn how double tax agreement provisions can help mitigate this tax risk. The effectiveness of using double taxation agreement (DTA) in cross border assignments and its implications in respect of withholding tax, corporate tax and individual tax obligations will be shared.
At the end of this workshop, you will:
- Special classes of income (Section 4A of the Income Tax Act, 1967) on services performed in or outside Malaysia and rental of moveable property
- Income from contract payments on projects carried in Malaysia
- Interest & royalty (expansion to the definition)
- Entertainment income (redefinition of public entertainer)
- Other income (Section 4f of the Income Tax Act, 1967)
Sivaram Nagappan has more than 20 years of tax experience and is currently with Deloitte Malaysia. Prior to Deloitte, he headed the tax department of a Group of Malaysian listed companies and also served with 2 other Big Four accounting firms where he gained extensive experience from servicing clients which included large local corporations and multinationals in a wide spectrum of industries.
His involvement in tax engagements with local and foreign companies encompassed various aspects of tax planning strategies/schemes, restructuring of companies, mergers and acquisitions, cross border transactions, repatriation of profits, investment incentives, remuneration packages, tax audit and tax investigation.
He has presented seminars, workshops and trainings for regulatory bodies and organizations both locally and overseas. His passion for knowledge sharing also extends to conducting lectures in taxation papers for professional examinations in various colleges, institutes and local universities. He is an Associate Member of the Chartered Tax Institute of Malaysia (CTIM), a Chartered Accountant of the Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA) and was a Fellow Member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (FCCA).
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