Course Detail(PSWEB12 : Goods and Services Tax (GST): Updates and Avoiding Pitfalls)

PSWEB12 : Goods and Services Tax (GST): Updates and Avoiding Pitfalls NEW

2.00 CPE Hours (Others)
Live Webinar

Programme Outline

With the number of Goods and Services Tax (GST) changes coming into effect on 1 January 2023 and again on 1 January 2024, we will be sharing tips on basic things that you need to prepare so that you are all set for the new GST environment.

In this session, we will also be walking through the key points of the changes and highlighting some of the best practices in order for you to stay compliant in 2023 and beyond.

Please click here to view the entire Web-Bitez Series.

*Please access the platform at least 15 mins prior to the webinar. 

*The Institute reserves the right to amend the programme, month, and mode of delivery as deemed necessary without prior notice

NOTE:

  • The Web-Bitez Learning Series will be held on 2nd or 3rd Friday of every month, 3 to 5pm on from Mar to Dec 2022
  • The Web-Bitez Learning Series will be held as a Live Webinar.
  • A detailed set of instructions will be sent to you before the session.
  • The dates and content published on the website are indicative and subject to changes.
  • Playback of web-bitez series is available within 6 months from the webinar date.
  • Request for deferment, switch of courses or refund of package fees in full or partial is strictly not allowed, even in the event of no-show.

Your enrolment would constitute that you have read and accepted the Terms and Conditions.

Training Methodology

Live Webinar

Closing Date for Registration

1 week before commencement or until full enrolment. 

Intended For

Public Sector finance leaders and finance professionals

Competency Mapping

Others = 2.00 Hours

Schedule & Fees

Registration is closed

Fee (inclusive of GST)

For Members: $ 64.80
For Non-Members: $ 81.00

Programme Facilitator(s)

Team of Professionals (PSWEB12)

Testimonial

Funding

No funding Available!

Programme Facilitator(s)


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Mr Richard Mackender
Indirect Tax Leader
Deloitte Singapore and Asia Pacific

Richard Mackender leads the GST service line for Deloitte in Singapore and South East Asia and the Indirect Tax service line across Asia Pacific. He has more than 25 years of experience with Deloitte. He began his career with Deloitte UK’s London VAT team in 1997 and moved in 2003 to Singapore. Richard’s primary focus is in advising on the indirect tax aspects of a business’s activities, not only from a Singapore perspective, but also with regard to the wider Asia Pacific issues that arise and he has a particular focus on Financial Services in Singapore. Richard works closely with Tax Technology Consulting and the Global Tax Centre Asia to support outsourced indirect tax compliance and indirect tax technology transformation in the region.

Richard holds a law degree from the University of Wales (UK) and subsequently trained as a Barrister.  He was called to the Bar in October 1997 and is a member of Gray’s Inn. He is also an Accredited Tax Advisor (GST) with the Singapore Institute of Accredited Tax Professionals (“SIATP”). He is contributing author for CCH’s Singapore Goods and Services Tax Guide and has co-authored a number of other books on indirect tax in Singapore and Asia Pacific.
 

Programme Outline

With the number of Goods and Services Tax (GST) changes coming into effect on 1 January 2023 and again on 1 January 2024, we will be sharing tips on basic things that you need to prepare so that you are all set for the new GST environment.

In this session, we will also be walking through the key points of the changes and highlighting some of the best practices in order for you to stay compliant in 2023 and beyond.

Please click here to view the entire Web-Bitez Series.

*Please access the platform at least 15 mins prior to the webinar. 

*The Institute reserves the right to amend the programme, month, and mode of delivery as deemed necessary without prior notice

NOTE:

  • The Web-Bitez Learning Series will be held on 2nd or 3rd Friday of every month, 3 to 5pm on from Mar to Dec 2022
  • The Web-Bitez Learning Series will be held as a Live Webinar.
  • A detailed set of instructions will be sent to you before the session.
  • The dates and content published on the website are indicative and subject to changes.
  • Playback of web-bitez series is available within 6 months from the webinar date.
  • Request for deferment, switch of courses or refund of package fees in full or partial is strictly not allowed, even in the event of no-show.

Your enrolment would constitute that you have read and accepted the Terms and Conditions.

Training Methodology

Live Webinar

Closing Date for Registration

1 week before commencement or until full enrolment. 

Intended For

Public Sector finance leaders and finance professionals

Competency Mapping

Others = 2.00 Hours

Programme Facilitator(s)

User-added image
 
Mr Richard Mackender
Indirect Tax Leader
Deloitte Singapore and Asia Pacific

Richard Mackender leads the GST service line for Deloitte in Singapore and South East Asia and the Indirect Tax service line across Asia Pacific. He has more than 25 years of experience with Deloitte. He began his career with Deloitte UK’s London VAT team in 1997 and moved in 2003 to Singapore. Richard’s primary focus is in advising on the indirect tax aspects of a business’s activities, not only from a Singapore perspective, but also with regard to the wider Asia Pacific issues that arise and he has a particular focus on Financial Services in Singapore. Richard works closely with Tax Technology Consulting and the Global Tax Centre Asia to support outsourced indirect tax compliance and indirect tax technology transformation in the region.

Richard holds a law degree from the University of Wales (UK) and subsequently trained as a Barrister.  He was called to the Bar in October 1997 and is a member of Gray’s Inn. He is also an Accredited Tax Advisor (GST) with the Singapore Institute of Accredited Tax Professionals (“SIATP”). He is contributing author for CCH’s Singapore Goods and Services Tax Guide and has co-authored a number of other books on indirect tax in Singapore and Asia Pacific.
 

Upcoming Schedule

Registration is closed

Fee (inclusive of GST)

For Members: $ 64.80
For Non-Members: $ 81.00

Programme Facilitator(s)

Team of Professionals (PSWEB12)