China Tax and Financial Planning Briefing: Fifth Edition
|The Tax & Accounting business of Thomson Reuters
has published its new corporate report, China
Tax and Financial Planning Briefing, Fifth Edition|
Format: One-Volume Report
Publication Date: April 2013
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The briefing contains case studies and analysis from leading
practitioners and is designed to help corporate users determine the impact of
tax and financial regulation on the profitability of a transaction.
For example, as explored in the Briefing, the State
Administration of Taxation (SAT) has announced a road map for international
taxation policies through 2015. Taxpayers should expect more tax compliance
requirements, more disclosure and reporting obligations, and more inspections
for those graded as high tax risk.
Another topic considered is China’s stepped up enforcement
of anti-avoidance regulations which is yielding record tax collections on
indirect transfers. Treaty considerations are also highlighted as the tax
authorities have imposed strict conditions on foreign investors before they can
be eligible to claim the favored withholding tax found in the tax treaties
entered into by the PRC (including the tax arrangement with Hong Kong).
The briefing explains China’s testing of new VAT programs and indirect
taxes such as Shanghai’s pilot VAT and
its expansion into other regions. Businesses
operating China should assess and
calculate variable tax positions based on their characteristic industries position in transactions (provider or customer) applicable rate and the input
VAT under the new VAT reform. With this information a business can make an
informed decision on whether it is more advantageous to be a general VAT payer
or small-scale VAT payer.
Important topics include:
- Discussion of the first ever transfer pricing related
advance ruling in Hong Kong
- The SAT’s new pre-settlement mechanism for tax
- New advice about filing merger clearance applications,
which contain an increase in the information and document production
obligations of the merging parties.
- The national security review to which many M&A
transactions are subjected.
considerations when protecting a trademark in China.
Executive, a Thomson Reuters brand, specializes in providing reports
and periodicals concerning tax and legal issues in international
markets. Its products include a family of periodicals covering tax
strategies used by leading corporations to manage international tax
issues, with regional editions focusing on tax planning for companies
in China, Asia, Europe, South America and Mexico. It also has special
reports on tax issues in markets such as Mexico, Brazil, the Andean
region, and Russia, and reports on transfer pricing.
For more information or to sign up for a free international tax briefing go to http://www.wtexec.com/tax.html or contact Jay Stanley at 978-287-0301 or at 2250 Main St., Concord, MA. 01742.
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