Beijing, China, January 13, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Hwuason Lawyers, China’s first specialist tax law firm, will mark the 12 month anniversary of the introduction of China’s new transfer pricing rules with a seminar outlining the experiences with the operation of the new regime. Liu Tianyong, Hwuason’s Managing Partner, commented that there “are many lessons that can be learnt from the experiences of the past 12 months. We now have a surer understanding of how the SAT will apply the new rules”.
Transfer pricing compliance is presently a critical tax issue in China as companies face a challenging time in modifying their related party transaction practices in the wake of the requirements stipulated in the Implementation Measures for Special Tax Adjustments (Trial) which were issued in January 2009. Twelve months after the commencement of the new rules provides us with a good opportunity to reflect upon the new system.
Hwuason’s professionals will outline their experiences of the new regime and provide practical guidance on minimizing risk. Topics covered will include:
1. How to undertake a transfer pricing risk assessment;
2. Structuring and planning your transfer pricing;
3. Complying with related party documentation requirements;
4. Using advance pricing agreements; and
5. Dispute resolution in a transfer pricing context.
Recent transfer pricing cases will be discussed and the professionals provide their personal experiences from the last year.
Location: Suite 1505, Tower B, Jianwai SOHO, No 39, East 3rd Ring Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing
Date and Time: 21 January 2010, 2:00pm to 3:00pm
Registration: email - email@example.com or telephone (8610) 58697282 – (First 15 registrants receive a free copy of Hwuason’s new book Practice and Cases of Transfer Pricing in China)
About Hwuason. Hwuason Lawyers was the first specialist tax law firm in China. A commitment to combining tax and legal services distinguishes Hwuason from other tax advisors. The firm offer clients an alternative to the 'big 4' accounting firms, both in terms of costs and the breadth of services provided, which includes M&A, tax controversy, cross-border and general tax.
For more information about Hwuason: www.hwuason.com