GST and Corporate Tax Webinar for the Logistics Industry
Tue, 18 January 2022
10 am to 12 pm
FEE (inclusive of GST)
Three complimentary seats for companies in the logistics industry
This course is catered to members of the logistics industry
Singapore is a major logistics hub ranked first in the world for its logistics competency and timeliness of services. An important pillar of the Singapore economy, the logistics sector connects key supply chain nodes to facilitate efficient trade flow domestically and internationally.
As the business development manager/director of your company, how often have you been asked by your overseas customers about import GST?
- Overview of the key import suspension schemes (MES, IGDS, ACMT)
- Common mistakes made by companies with import GST suspension scheme
- Difference between a section 33(1), section 33(2), section 33A & section 33B for GST purposes.
- How to recover the import GST paid by the overseas principal
- Some common corporate tax issues faced by logistics companies
- Incentive opportunities in the logistics and supply chain management industry
- Q & A Session
With more than 20 years of practical GST experience gained from working at Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore as a tax auditor and big four accounting firm (PwC) as a tax advisor, Eddie is the subject matter expert you go to when you need advice on goods and services tax (“GST”) matters.
He is an accredited tax advisor (GST) with Singapore Chartered Tax Professional and he speaks regularly at public GST workshop and seminars. The primary objective of conducting workshop and seminars is to share the knowledge gained from his experience and his long term goal is to digitalise the knowledge so that it can be easily accessed by others.
Eddie is a GST advisor by profession and he finds joy in solving your GST problem. Having led 43 multi-national companies to Assisted Compliance Assurance Programme (“ACAP”) premium status, he now advises clients on the best practices that should be in place to prevent and detect GST errors.