Webinar: GST related to cross border services

27 August 2020


Thursday, 27 August 2020 - 10.00 am 

Webinar overview

  • Recap on partial exemption (the building block for understanding the GST reverse charge):
    • what is partial exemption
    • de minimis test
    • applicability and impact of regulation 33, 34 and 35
    • apportionment, calculation and longer periods
  • GST Reverse Charge:
    • who will be affected by the reverse charge and its implications
    • the value and calculation of the reverse charge
    • when to apply the reverse charge
    • preparing for the reporting obligations under reverse charge

Intended for:

    • Finance and tax professionals who are involved in GST compliance work;
    • Business owners and senior management who like to understand and assess the impact of the recent GST rule on their businesses or
    • Professionals looking to increase and expand their GST knowledge.
Jeremy O'Neill Jeremy heads up the indirect Tax service line of the practice. Jeremy was a part of Grant Thornton’s implementation team during the introduction of Value-Added Tax in the United Arab Emirates (“UAE”) in 2017/2018 and during the course of his career with Grant Thornton has lived in and advised clients on indirect tax matters in UK, UAE and now Singapore.

  • Location: Zoom
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