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NSIC | Changes You Should Know About Individual Income Tax
December 19 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
China has implemented a reform of the Individual Income Tax (“IIT”) aiming at reducing the tax burden of individual taxpayers. On 1st January 2019, the new PRC IIT Law associated with its detailed implementation rules as well as a series of supplementary IIT regulations (collectively referred to as the “New IIT Rules”) came into effect.
One of the main differences between the old IIT rules and the New IIT Rules is giving a new definition of“PRC tax resident” and “non-PRC tax resident”, which means some expats need to pay the tax of their income in China.
Whether it’s your first time to hear about it or having heard about it but having doubts, you’re invited to the TAX LECTURE given by professionals from Shekou Tax Bureau at NSIC next Saturday from 3pm-4:30pm.
What you can learn from the lecture
1. Introduction of the reform of Individual Income Tax and its influences to expats
2. Definition of “PRC tax resident” and “non-PRC tax resident”
3. The calculation and declaration methods of tax
4. Preferential Individual Income Tax policies
5. Introduction of the Individual Income Tax for “non-PRC tax resident” and “PRC resident without a resident house”
What you want to query doesn’t appear on the lists?
We will invite professionals from Shekou Tax Bureau to answer your extra questions.
Deputy Section Chief of Legal Division of Shekou Tax Bureau
Member of Property and Action Tax Talent Pool of Shenzhen Tax Bureau
Familiar with all kinds of tax policies
Core member of International Tax Management Division of Shekou Tax Bureau
Has working experience in Shenzhen Individual Income Tax Bureau
“Excellent Lecturer ” of Shenzhen Individual Income Tax Bureau
Member of five talent pools
Core member in promoting the reform of the Individual Income Tax
Interpret the Individual Income Tax policies and issues on collecting and managing taxation.
Core member of Individual Income Tax of Shekou Tax Bureau
Work in Individual Income Tax for a long time
Member of Individual Income Tax Talent Pool of Shenzhen Tax Bureau
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