Taxing the Sharing Economy

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WHAT IS THIS COURSE ABOUT

More and more jurisdictions are looking into taxation of the digital economy ever since the publication of the OECD’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) report in October 2015. Action 1 of the BEPS report recommended the taxation of the digital economy in the form of consumption-based taxation rather than the traditional approach whereby taxation was predicated on the location of the service supplier. The popularity and continued growth of the digital, and sharing, economy has rendered the traditional approach obsolete. This course will explore these issues and shed some light on these developments.

WHEN

Thursday, 17th October 2024

7pm - 9pm

WHERE

BAC PJ Campus, VSQ @ PJ City Centre, Jalan Utara, 47000 Petaling Jaya

WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND

  • To understand the intricacies of tax sharing
  • To gain valuable insights into how the government allocates resources and fund public services
  • To comprehend how taxes are distributed within this evolving economic landscape

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • The meaning of the Sharing Economy
  • What are your tax obligations in the Sharing Economy
  • Tax Issues in the Sharing Economy: Implication for workers
  • How to harness the value of Idle Assets
  • How sustainable is Sharing Economy

WHO IS YOUR FACILITATOR

Alex Gan, Vilasiny Gan & Co

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