The expenses incurred to related parties are normally potential areas of being challenged by the tax authorities. The enterprises may face with many difficulties in understanding and providing supporting documents required by the tax authorities within a limited timeline of tax inspection/ tax audit. Therefore, the tax risks for such expenses may often be quite large per the tax inspection/ tax audit. In addition, the tax implications associated with such matters may happen in the long run as such kinds of expenses may not be avoidable for multinational companies.
The training program is designed for 1.5 hours with an aim to provide relevant legal bases, share practical experiences in preparing documents and explanations for provision to the tax authorities in an effective way, supporting to mitigate the risks. and enhance the tax compliance position of the enterprises in relation to the expenses incurred to related parties.
1. Legal basis
2. Sharing practical experiences
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Upon successful completion of the course, participants will be awarded a certificate awarded by KPMG.
Becoming certified shows that you have picked up the skills covered in the course and your motivation to learn. You will not only address your business concerns, but also strengthen your own professional development.
Meet the speakers
Deals, Tax and Legal
Han is a Tax Director who has been working with KPMG in Tax and Corporate Services for more than 12 years. Han has in-depth understanding of local regulatory system including indirect tax, corporate tax and individual tax. Han has experience and knowledge in helping clients for a broad range of tax structuring, tax compliance, tax due diligence, tax disputes and controversy, tax refund and ad-hoc advisory services. Han's clients include multinational corporations, foreign invested companies in Vietnam and large Vietnamese companies operating in different sectors