Thursday, 29 October 2015

Permanent Establishments: The Invisible Threat

Setting up some of your business operations in another country has become a common occurrence for businesses in today's world. Whether it's to expand your markets, or to save on infrastructure costs, businesses do it for a variety of reasons. Singapore companies are no exception, as they constantly look to expand their presence beyond Singapore's borders.

In many cases, companies that have operations overseas end up accidentally creating a Permanent Establishment (PE), which inevitably leads to an unintended tax liability. Even companies who have had previous experience still run into this issue. It's an issue that requires constant attention, and companies should always be ready to tackle the issue should the need arise.

If this issue is a concern for your company, then you should join us for our workshop on Permanent Establishments!

Held on the 24th of November 2015, our workshop leader for this event is Steve Towers, the leader of Deloitte's International Tax practice in the Asia Pacific. For our workshop, he'll use a practical case studies approach, going through various scenarios to determine if you have created a PE,  Through these case studies, he will also explain various planning tips and techniques to limit or avoid your PE risks,

Ultimately, through this workshop, you will learn the necessary analytical and planning skills to effectively handle the issue of PE, developing your own skills in the process!

 In this edition of our workshop, we also take into account the recent global developments such as the latest developments in the ongoing Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project currently driven by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

Contact your regular Account Manager for to sign up, or sign up at our website!

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