New TP Reporting Requirements for Related Party Transactions, are you prepared? Singapore, 27 April 2018

EventsNew TP Reporting Requirements for Related Party Transactions, are you prepared? Singapore, 27 April 2018

New TP Reporting Requirements for Related Party Transactions, are you prepared? Singapore, 27 April 2018


Have you heard that the IRAS will be introducing a new form for reporting related party transactions for companies from Year of Assessment 2018? We have designed a half-day class in collaboration with the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants (ISCA) to help you get ready to complete this new reporting requirement.

We will focus on helping you how to complete the form and will also unveil some tips for accurate disclosure of information and ways to avoid unnecessary mistakes that can lead to transfer pricing audits. Also, we will discuss the responsibility of the authorised person signing the form.

Read more about the event and REGISTER NOW

https://eservices.isca.org.sg/CourseDetail?coursemasterid=a0g28000002b6ctAAA

Book your seat now! The registration is open until 20 April 2018; special discount applies for ISCA members.

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