TAX SEMINAR: Compliance to Changes in the Tax Code
KPMG is a global network of professional firms providing Audit, Tax, Legal, Accounting and Advisory services, operating in 155 countries. All independent member firms of the KPMG network are affiliated with KPMG International Cooperative, a Swiss entity. They have been serving the special needs of accountants and their clients in Estonia since 1992.
We believe you will find this particular seminar both interesting and relevant.
The topics will cover recent developments in Income Tax Act regarding:
* Dividends pay out & intragroup loans taxation
* Legislative amendments and taxation of benefits for the employee
10.00 – 10.15 Gathering and coffee
10.15 – 10.25 Opening words by KPMG
10.25 – 10.50 Dividend payout, taxes and intragroup loans by Einar Rosin
10.50 – 11.15 Taxation of benefits by Mikk Tereping
11.15 – 11.30 Q & A
The seminar will be held at the offices of KPMG (Foorum Building, Narva mnt 5, 5th floor). Registration for this event is now open. We have only 20 seats available.
BECC Members 15€/participant
The payment of participation guarantees your seat for the seminar.
More about speakers:
Einar Rosin is one of the most valuable Senior Tax Advisors at KPMG, having more than 9 years of experience in tax advisory. He joined KPMG in 2010 and specializes in indirect tax and compliance services. Einar insures that all his clients would have the most relevant and up-to-date information in order to organize their business in most efficient way. He is dedicated to provide tax advice that will have an impact and to ensure that the tax returns are submitted on time.
Mikk Tereping joined KPMG in 2011 as a Tax Advisor and has been promoted to Senior Tax Advisor after that. He is involved in M&A projects and is one of the most valuable tax advisors in due diligence projects at KPMG. He is also the co-author of the “Tax Handbook” published jointly by KPMG and publishing house Äripäev. Mikk has also participated in the compilation of KPMG’s electronic newsletter “InfoCourier”.