Filing company tax and PIC claims

Oct 02

Filing company tax and PIC claims

Join us for a brief tour on Singapore’s corporate tax regime sponsored by Plug-in@Blk71. This session will provide an idea of what a director of a Singapore startup should know about how to file corporate tax and PIC.

Did you know that for the first three years since incorporation, you might not need to pay any company’s taxes? Singapore government has made it easy for startups. If you don’t pay taxes, do you still need to submit nil balance papers to the tax authority? What is the process of tax filing and PIC claims if you need to do it?

Let’s prepare for November when every Singapore company has to file its tax return.

Date: Thursday, 16th October 2014
Time: 6.30 pm – 8.00 pm
Where: Plug-in@Blk71, Block 71 Ayer Rajah Crescent #02-18, Singapore 139951
Price: Free

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Who should attend

This overview is best suited for the first-time tax return preparers, directors and stakeholders who would like to get an idea of DIY file tax returns and claim Productivity & Innovation Credit (PIC).

What the session will cover

The session will cover everything a first-time director of a Singapore company should know about filing tax return and claiming PIC. These include:

  A brief overview of the corporate taxation process.

  Timeline: How to prepare for your taxes and get the best of your deductions?

  How to get your tax return out of paper to the cloud?

  Where does PIC fit into your tax return?

You’re about to learn how to get your corporate tax and PIC filing right.

Company tax

  • Taxable base
  • Filing deadlines
  • Tax intensives and exemptions
  • Cloud taxation

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Productivity & Innovation Credit (PIC)

  • Claimable items
  • Two types of benefits
  • Claiming PIC

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How the session is organised

The session will take approximately 1.5 hour. Questions are welcome any time during the presentation. We would like to keep our events as interactive as possible and don’t want you to keep your questions until the end. Further questions can be answered after or before the session by commenting below.

About the speakers

Neethu StephenNeethu Stephen’s insight on SME business management has earned her the title of Managing Consultant at Futurebooks. She is a Chartered Accountant (CA) and Certified Public Accountant (CPA). Her areas of expertise include accounting and taxation among others. Neethu is the first and longest serving member of Futurebooks.

Sarang MandkeSarang Mandke is a Senior Consultant in Futurebooks. With tax compliance strategies locked in the mighty brain of his, Sarang is the go-to guy when you’re lost in tax space. He possesses six years of professional accounting and tax experience in sectors ranging from retail and information technology to not-for-profit associations.

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