SCTP: Tick Tock! The GST Countdown Begins
03 December 2021, Friday
$35 (SCTP/ISCA Member); $45 (Association Member); $65 (Non-Member)
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It was announced in Singapore Budget 2021 that imported low-value goods
and remote services
will be subject to tax via the overseas vendor registration regime. Fast forward to end July and the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS) has published e-Tax guides on these topics. Soon, we will be exactly a year from the 1 January 2023 implementation.
Now is the time to get into the GST Act and gear up for the big kick-off of these rules. The Singapore Chartered Tax Professionals (SCTP) has once again invited SCTP’s GST Committee Member – Accredited Tax Advisor (GST) Mr Richard Mackender, Indirect Tax Leader at Deloitte South East Asia – to walk us through the legislation, the IRAS guidance and to focus on the practical issues to help us know what it takes to get it right, for the start of this milestone change.
From knowing what is considered a low-value good and a remote service to the overall transitional rules, and from understanding what needs to be done to avoid double taxation to knowing how to ascertain the entry value threshold, this live webinar will give you the details you need to be able to advise your clients, employer, or parents, spouse and friends what you need. As usual, the robust Q&A segment rounds off the session to enable you to ask those difficult questions and check your understanding.
- Understand what has been published in both e-Tax guides
- Grasp the various implications to know how to prepare for this change
- Discern what needs to be put in place and changes to be made in your current GST software in the run-up to the kick off of these new GST rules come 1 January 2023
About the Facilitator(s)
Mr Richard MackenderIndirect Tax Leader
Deloitte South East Asia and Singapore
Accredited Tax Advisor (GST)
A member of SCTP’s GST Technical Committee, Richard has more than 20 years of Indirect Tax experience serving both local and multinational companies in Asia Pacific and the UK. He also leads Deloitte’s South East Asia Indirect Tax practice. Starting from being part of Deloitte UK’s London VAT team in 1997 and subsequently moving to Singapore in 2003, Richard’s forte is in advising large corporates on the indirect tax aspects of their activities, not only from a Singapore GST perspective, but also with regard to the wider Asia Pacific VAT/GST issues that arise. He covers a range of sectors in Singapore, with particular focus on Financial Services.
Besides being responsible for indirect tax within Deloitte’s Asia Pacific Compliance Centre, Richard is also a regular speaker, a contributing author for Wolters Kluwer’s Goods and Services Tax Guide and has co-authored a number of GST books published by Wolters Kluwer. Richard is a law graduate from the University of Wales (UK) and trained as a barrister.
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