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Updates on the new IIT Law & implications for seconded foreign employees


China's new Individual Income Tax Law ('IIT Law') took effect on January 1, 2019. The new IIT Law brings significant changes to China's individual income tax regime, of which the implementation is becoming clearer after several clarification are given by tax authorities.

The changes are significant for foreign workers in China. In this respect it is also important to understand when seconded foreign employees (sent to China by their HQ) are actually becoming subject to China's new IIT law.

What are the implications of dispatching foreign employees to China? Can they establish a permanent establishment of the HQ?


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Agenda

8 AM

30 mins

Registration & Breakfast

8:30 AM

30 mins

Presentation

9 AM

30 mins

Presentation

9:30 AM

10 AM

Q&A

Speakers

  • Paul Dwyer (Head of tax and transfer pricing at Dezan Shira)

    Paul Dwyer

    Head of tax and transfer pricing at Dezan Shira

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  • Jan Holthuis (Partner at Buren Lawyers)

    Jan Holthuis

    Partner at Buren Lawyers

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Tickets

Event Registration for Members

Registration confirmation for Members

Member Price RMB 250
Event Registration for Non-Members

Registration confirmation for Non-Members

Door Price RMB 350
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