PRC Individual Income Tax Reform: Implementation Rules Interpretation [Venue Updated]

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The implementation rules of PRC's Individual Income Tax (IIT) Law (《中华人民共和国个人所得税法实施条例(征求意见稿)》) have been released on 20 October 2018. The implementation rules shall enable smooth and comprehensive implementation of the new tax law on 1 January 2019, and the basis for the interpretation and implementation of the new tax law. 

The Chamber's HR Focus Group invites two tax experts from Ernst & YoungShelley Tang, Partner, Tax and Grace Wang, Senior Manager, Tax, to interpret the key points of the new IIT implementation rules and the significant changes and impact that the new implementation rules will bring to enterprises and employees. Shelley and Grace will also share advice on strategies to cope with the major changes brought by the new implementation rules.

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Speaker Introduction

Shelley Tang

Partner, Tax, Ernst & Young

Shelley has been working in Big Four accounting firm for more than 20 years.  She joined Ernst & Young in Year 2005 and is based in Shanghai office.  Shelley is responsible for overseeing client services in Shanghai and Jiangsu province (including Nanjing, Suzhou, etc.).

Shelley has extensive experience in China tax compliance and tax advisory on personal tax matters for both expatriates and local staff as well as in dealing with the tax consultation for high-net wealth individuals.

Shelley is responsible for overseeing client service to a number of major clients and regularly represents clients in their dealings with the Chinese tax authorities.

Shelley is also a frequent speaker in various tax and international human resource seminars and conferences.

She obtained bachelor degree from Shanghai University of Finance and Economics.  Also, she is the member of China Institute of Certified Public Accountants (CICPA) and China Institute of Certified Tax Agent (CICTA).

Grace Wang

Senior Manager, Tax, Ernst & Young

Grace joined Ernst & Young in Year 2007 and is based in Shanghai office.

Grace has experiences in delivering compliance and advisory services on personal tax and payroll matters for both expatriates assigned to China and Chinese employees assigned to overseas countries. She has experience in handling a number of multinational accounts with various coordination work in terms of tax compliance, tax planning, payroll, social security and ad-hoc projects involving expatriates assigned from over 30 countries to various locations of China. Grace delivers integrated taxation and people solutions to many global clients in a wide range of industries, including hi-tech, automobile, manufacturing, industrial products, chemistry, etc.

Grace obtained bachelor and master degree from Shanghai International Studies University; She is a IRS Certified Enrollment Agent  (EA) and a Certified Financial Planner (CFP).

Event contact

Hilary Wu
+862162185022
hilary.wu@britishchambershanghai.org

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