2017年 05月 18日
Japan Tax Reform 2017: what you need to know, including the enhanced inheritance and gift taxation of foreigners
The French Chamber's Tax and Regulations Committee is pleased to propose a seminar devoted to the 2017 Japanese tax reform focusing on individual and corporate tax updates.
The reform aims at stimulating the economy through higher corporate spending in R&D, hiring and increasing compensation. The seminar will introduce the enacted reform and will provide insights into major amendments, affecting both individuals and corporations. Changes to the Japan inheritance and gift tax, in particular its impacts on foreign nationals residing in Japan, as well as new tax planning opportunities and compliance requirements, will be presented.
Among the topics to be discussed will be:
• Capital gains taxation of foreigners having stayed up to five years in Japan
• Individual income tax audits and cross-border information exchange
• Inheritance and gift taxation of foreigners depending on their period of stay in Japan as well as their visa status
• R&D tax credits
• Tax credits for increase in compensation
• Reorganizations (tax qualified spin-off)
• Tax treaty updates
• Transfer pricing updates and developments
• Tax audit trends
About the speakers
Hans-Peter Musahl, Partner at Ernst & Young Tax Co., Tokyo.
Mr. Musahl, attorney of law and tax advisor, heads the German tax desk and has 26 years of experience, including 22 in Japan. He is the Chairman of the EBC Tax Committee and a lecturer at Keio University Law School. He advises on inbound businesses in Japan, cross border tax audits, structuring of acquisitions of publicly and privately held Japanese companies, as well as expatriate individual taxes.
Juergen Dumont, Manager at Ernst & Young Tax Co., Tokyo.
Mr. Dumont has 13 years of professional services experience as a certified public auditor and a tax advisor, including 5 years in Japan. He serves inbound businesses in compliance and reporting matters, including tax, accounting and payroll services.
Date Thursday, May 18, 2017
Time From 12:30 to 14:00
Place French Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Address Iida Bldg 1F, 5-5 Rokubancho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Admission fee (including lunchbox)
2700 yen/person by credit card (in advance), 3000 yen/person in cash at the door
Deadline for registration/cancellation Monday, May 15, 2017, 17:00
This event is reserved to CCIFJ members only.
Any cancellation after the deadline or no-show will be charged.
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