SAA-GE x SIATP TAX SEMINAR

GST: What It Means for Singapore and Its People

Goods and Services Tax (GST) was introduced in 1 April 1994 as part of a larger tax restructuring exercise in Singapore. Since then, the lives of many Singaporeans were affected in one way or another. Similarly, businesses in Singapore were not spared from the many implications brought about by the GST.

Join us for an interactive session as we explore the rationale for GST and analyse key GST trends. Listen in on the perspectives of practitioners and hear from fellow participants on what their thoughts are on how to manage GST, which is definitely under the limelight in today’s tax world.

Event Fees: Complimentary

Programme details TBA.

Speakers

Benny E. Chwee
B. Acc (Hons), MIntTax, CA (Singapore), ATA (Income Tax)

Benny is an advocate for tax education in Singapore and is currently lecturing in a polytechnic. Prior to this, he headed the tax function of a blue chip company listed on the Mainboard of the Singapore Stock Exchange. Having been in practice for a decade, Benny has a proven track record of devising and implementing tax strategies with favourable outcomes in Singapore and beyond. Being an accountant by training and a tax strategist by profession, Benny believes that tax is more than just a compliance obligation. In his opinion, tax is a tool which could be leveraged within legal parameters to maximise value for stakeholders.

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