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Individual Tax Incentives and Workforce Planning in GBA

Harcourt Suite, The Hong Kong Club, 1 Jackson Road, Central, Hong Kong

Harcourt Suite, The Hong Kong Club, 1 Jackson Road, Central, Hong Kong

Date Thursday, 12 December 2019
Time 8:00am – 9:30am
Venue Harcourt Suite
The Hong Kong Club
1 Jackson Road
Central, Hong Kong


Earlier this year, the Ministry of Finance and the Department of Finance of Guangdong province of the People’s Republic of China clarified the framework and principles of the individual income tax (“IIT”) preferential treatments and the definition of talents for the Greater Bay Area (“GBA”). 

Following these developments, the common concerns are: which IIT preferential policies are available to expatriates working in the GBA? How can companies and individuals utilise these tax preferential policies?

Companies and individuals are increasingly facing new challenges in terms of IIT exposure and cost control. Under the new IIT law, which fringe benefits for expatriates remain exempted from IIT? How to strengthen the benefits in a tax efficient manner?

These pressing issues will directly affect a company’s ability to attract and retain foreign talents. Drawing on extensive experience, KPMG China has organised this seminar specifically for companies that employs expatriates. KPMG professionals at the seminar will share their insights with case sharing.

Seminar topics in focus:

  • Interpretation of GBA talent policies and IIT preferential policies 
  • Tax-free fringe benefits available to expatriates under the new IIT law
  • Common tax treatment for tax-free fringe benefits under the new IIT law
  • Common pitfalls in tax planning and in the provision of tax-free fringe benefits       
  • Corporate tax implications in relation to the GBA policies
  • Case sharing

For more information and registration, please click here.

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