PwC Webcast

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15 April 2014 -
14 April 2015

Japan tax reform

  • The recent 2014 Tax Reforms, including:
  • New corporate tax incentives enacted under the 2014 Tax Reforms
  • Introduction of the “Authorized OECD Approach” for Permanent Establishment profit attribution
  • Individual tax implications, including changes to the individual tax rate in Japan
  • Consumption tax reform including changes in rates and potential application to services performed offshore
  • Recent tax audit activity (permanent establishment, use of information of exchange provisions, etc.)
  • Tax treaty update
  • What to expect for the 2015 Tax Reform cycle
12 February 2014 -
11 February 2015

Japan individual tax updates

  • New tax laws effective from the 2013 tax year (with a particular focus on the new overseas asset reporting requirement)
  • New Japan tax laws on the horizon affecting individuals in 2014 and beyond
  • A brief update on the 2014 Japan tax reform proposals
  • Recent tax audit activity
11 October 2013 -
10 October 2014

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Agenda

Following the OECD's July 2013 Coordinated Action Plan on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting, PwC continues with its series of webcasts exploring each of the workstreams and what they mean for you and your business. Join specialists from our global Transfer Pricing and International Tax Network as they discuss issues related to both permanent establishment and substance.

This one hour webcast will cover:
- one of the main drivers of the BEPS agenda - substance;
- the current work being done around permanent establishments and what this means for business.

23 July 2013 -
23 July 2014

The OECD Base Erosion and Profit Shifting agenda

  • Summary of the BEPS Coordinated Action Plan
  • Transfer Pricing and the Arm’s Length Principle under BEPS
  • Inter-relationship with other OECD projects including Intangibles and the Risk Assessment Handbook
  • Permanent Establishment issues
  • Economic substance and other anti-avoidance issues
27 June 2013 -
26 June 2014

Japan tax reform

  • The recent 2013 Tax Reforms, including:
    • New corporate tax incentives (investment incentive, hiring incentive, etc.) enacted under the 2013 Tax Reforms
    • Individual tax implications, including changes to the individual tax rate in Japan
  • Consumption tax reform
  • Recent tax audit activity (permanent establishment, use of information of exchange provisions, etc.);
  • Tax treaty update
  • What to expect for the 2014 Tax Reform cycle.
15 May 2013 -
14 May 2014

Raising the sun: Solar investments in Japan

  • An update on the Japanese solar market
  • The special tax incentives applicable to solar investments
  • Outline of the primary investment structures used in the market
28 November 2012 -
27 May 2013

Doing business in Myanmar

  • Recent developments in Myanmar
  • How a foreign company conducts business in Myanmar
  • Current Foreign Investment Status
  • Ownership of land and property
  • Banking system and foreign exchange rules in Myanmar
  • Overview of taxation system in Myanmar
  • Key challenges
May 2012-

Cash repatriation in China

"How to get money out of China to the parts of your business where it's needed most?"

Part 1: Common challenges

Part 2: Concerns of the tax authorities

Part 3: Dealing with the foreign exchange bureau

26 April 2012-
25 October 2012

Japan tax reform

  • Reductions in corporate rates;
  • New "base broadeners" especially the new limitations on the use of net operating loss ("NOL") carryforwards;
  • New "earnings stripping" rules which can limit interest deductions;
  • Recent audit activity including focus on finding permanent establishments and the use of treaty information exchange mechanisms during audits;
  • New NOL rules; and
  • Treaty update.