Deloitte Vietnam successfully held “Tax and Customs Audit Focuses – How could businesses prepare?” Seminar 2014
Tax is always an important issue to any enterprise operating in Vietnam. Tax planning, declaration, settlement and risk mitigation are always of top concerns to every business. To assist enterprises’ management and accounting personnel to handle the preparation and implementation procedures when working with tax inspectors and customs inspection, Deloitte Vietnam recently held “Tax and Customs Audit Focuses – How could businesses prepare?” Seminar in 2 days, 20 August 2014 in Hanoi (Sofitel Plaza Hanoi, 1 Thanh Nien Road) and 22 August 2014 in Ho Chi Minh City (Majestic Saigon, 1 Dong Khoi, District 1). The events attracted nearly 1,000 representatives from companies of all industries and economic sectors nationwide.
At the Seminar, experts from Deloitte Vietnam Tax Advisory Services intensively updated on trends in tax inspection relating to tax management, invoices, vouchers, corporation income tax, foreign contractors tax, personal income tax, value added tax and transfer pricing; customs trends and difficulties encountered by businesses in post-customs clearance inspection, among others. Deloitte experts also responded to enterprises’ concerns regarding specific tax regulations.
Highly recognizing the firm’s activeness and timeliness in providing helpful information, most attendees stayed until the closing of the Seminar.
“During economic recession, enterprises have to cope with many difficulties. Therefore, proper and full understanding of Tax and Customs policies along with efficient application of Tax strategy will be a crucial contribution to help businesses save costs, mitigate risks, comply with the laws and bring greater economic benefits to the enterprises. Although Deloitte’s clients always receive frequent support and consultation from us on each case during their course of operation, Deloitte’s Seminar on Tax and Customs 2014 will synthesize many contents that enterprises need to take note on” – shared Mr. Thomas McClelland – Tax Leader, Deloitte Vietnam.
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