Tax and Legal changes post-pandemic
Deloitte Forum 2020 series
24 November 2020 | 13.30 – 15.30 | Webinar via Zoom application (Free of charge)
How will we be taxed by the Thai government post COVID-19 pandemic? What do you need to do to prepare for it?
Due to the pandemic, the Thai economy has the largest contraction since the 1997 financial crisis. With the inbound investment decreased sharply, the Thai government is required to inject fund to support and hopefully to stimulate the economy. That means the Thai government will need to collect more taxes.
The government has so far avoided raising taxes, although it is likely to place significant focus on corporate income tax and customs duty collection. From a regulatory perspective, much focus has been given to Personal Data Protection Act (“PDPA”). It has become effective since 27 May 2020 although full enforcement of the Act will not start until 1 June 2021.
You are cordially invited to join our Deloitte Tax & Legal Forum to hear from our subject matter specialists to talk about the recent tax and legal developments.
- Recent trend from Thai tax and customs authorities with respect to the post-pandemic;
o The areas of compliance that the tax and customs authorities focus on;
o The best practice for taxpayers to prepare for corporate income tax, withholding tax, and customs compliance;
- Recent developments of PDPA and the common practical issues
C-Level Management: Managing Director, Financial Controller, Accounting/Tax Manager, and Senior accounting/tax/legal officers
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||Partner, Tax & Legal Services - Deloitte Thailand
||Director, Tax & Legal Services – Deloitte Thailand
||Senior Manager, Tax & Legal Services – Deloitte Thailand
||Manager, Tax & Legal Services – Deloitte Thailand
|Nattarin Kuwiboonsin||Assistant Manager, Tax & Legal Services – Deloitte Thailand|
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