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20220524 Update on US Tax Reform – Corporate, individuals and withholding tax implications

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Programme Code:
20220524
Date:
24 May 2022 (Tuesday)
Time:
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Speakers:

Ms Eva Chow, Partner, Hong Kong tax practice, KPMG

Ms Becky Wong, Partner, US Corporate tax, KPMG

Ms Jenny Cheung, Senior Manager, People Services, KPMG

Language:
Cantonese
Venue:
Live webinar
Proficiency Level:
Intermediate Level
Fee:
$150 – $200
CPD Hours:
1.5
Seat:
100
Event Categories:
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Application Form:
20220524 enrollment form

Description

Further to the release of Biden US Tax Reform proposal last year, President Biden submitted his Administration’s Budget for the 2023 fiscal year to the US Congress few weeks ago. Meanwhile, the US Department of Treasury issued its annual Green Book, which explains the revenue proposals made in the Fiscal Year 2023 Budget. With all these changes, we have been hearing increasing concerns from both corporate and individual taxpayers, including both US and non-US persons and entities.

In this seminar, the speakers will highlight some of the key provisions proposed by President Biden and discuss the potential implications for foreign businesses and/or US individual tax filers.

Speaker Profile

Eva is a partner in KPMG’s Hong Kong tax practice.

She has more than 15 years’ experience in Hong Kong and international tax. She has extensive experience in tax compliance and advisory services to clients in the financial services sector. She has been involved in cross-border investment structures and financing arrangements, including coordinating and advising on regional engagements.

Becky is a partner at KPMG Hong Kong office who helps partnerships and companies manage their US taxes risk and exposure, by ranging from providing US tax advisory, tax due diligence and compliance service to meet the needs of multinational clients (“MNC”s).

Becky has extensive experience in assisting non-US investors investing into US real estates; MNC both go public in the US and also take-private post listing; private equity funds to structure in a tax efficient manner for their US investors and non-US investors where the fund invests into US assets; non-US manufacturers and merchants selling into the US with or without treaty protection.

Jenny is a senior manager at KPMG Hong Kong who focuses on US personal income tax.

Jenny has over 15 years of experience with handling U.S. individual income tax matters for expatriates and providing U.S. tax consulting services in related to employee cross-border issues to corporate clients. She has worked extensively with individual and corporate clients in financial services, high-tech, consumer markets and pharmaceutical sectors.

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