Webinar: Tax - how to get your business ready for 2021

19 November 2020

Date:

Thursday, 19 November 2020 - 10.00 am 

Webinar overview

It is important for businesses to take some time at the end of the year to reflect on the year and to do some housekeeping. This is probably more relevant now as we come to the end of 2020, a year that many people have written off! COVID-19 has clearly been a major disruption to many businesses and how they operate and so some time out to reflect becomes even more important. It will allow you to take a step back, put COVID-19 to the side and focus on ensuring that your business maximises any reliefs and planning opportunities left in the remainder of the year. It will also give you some space to look forward to next year to ensure that you are aware and prepared of what your upcoming reporting obligations for the year that is ending.

In this session, we will share a checklist of items to consider covering the areas listed below:

  • Corporate tax
  • GST
  • Transfer Pricing
  • Employees
Speakers
Eng Min Lor Eng Min heads up the Corporate and business tax service line of the practice. She also provides domestic and international corporate advice to a broad range of multinational clients from a whole host of industries. She brings with her more than 20 years of expertise in Singapore and international tax planning, and has been actively involved in many projects involving investments into, through and from Singapore to help clients manage their businesses in a tax efficient and holistic manner. Eng Min joined Grant Thornton as a tax director in February 2015. She was previously a tax lecturer at the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and began her career in professional practice with a big four accounting firm in Singapore in 2000.
Adrian Sham Adrian heads up the employer solutions and private client service lines of the practice. Adrian has over 14 years’ experience in tax, starting his career in London with Grant Thornton UK LLP as a Global Mobility Tax and a US private client tax advisor. He then moved to Singapore in August 2015 to “walk the talk” and sample life as an expatriate, an experience he brings to bear when advising employers, their employees and his private clients.

  • Location: Zoom
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