How Will the New Personal Tax Laws Impact You?

Since Jan 1, 2019, China’s New Individual Income Tax (IIT) Law has been fully implemented, as the State Administration of Taxation of PRC announced IIT Special Deduction Procedure (Trial Implementation) on Dec 22, 2018. And it will impact a lot of us receiving salaries from companies, also the entrepreneurs who have employees.If you are a freelancer or an entrepreneur, you definitely need to hear the latest tax rules from your CFO. We would like to share ideas on how the “smart people+software”strategy can help. A case study will be illustrated during our event to show the tax payables before/after new tax rules.We are an international professional services provider, led by Big-4 alumni. This is the first event we cooperate with our partner WeWork on 23 January 2019. There will be a series of events held in the following months on hot topics.
Do you want to know more about the matters mentioned above? Come to join our event!

Event Details

Time & Date

7PM-9PM, Jan 23, Wednesday

Venue

WeWork – Guanghua Ocean International Center

Address

7th floor, Tower AB Office Park, 10 Jintong West Rd, Chaoyang District, Beijing

(北京市朝阳区金桐西路10号AB座7楼)

Agenda

6:30-7pm: Registration

7-7:30pm:Talk by Katherine Lui

7:30-8pm: Q & A

8-8:30:Live music violin solo “Four Seasons”

8:30-9pm: Social networking

Speaker’s Bio

Founder & CEO of CanCan看看™️ & CanAsia ConsultingKatherine has over 20 years of work experience in China as a professional Accountant (KPMG for 12 years), financial advisor/consultant and private equity firm co-founder and been involved in almost 200 deals and investment projects throughout this period.In her previous 12 years of experience with KPMG as an auditor, Katherine specialized In mega-IPO projects such as China Mobile (HK:0941) and Sinopec (HK:0338). Katherine has worked closely with executive-level management teams to discuss and Resolve business issues in addition to advisory on the IPO processes.In 2008, Katherine established CanAsia Group, a management consulting firm with offices in Shanghai, Beijing, Shenzhen and Hong Kong. CanAsia provides financial due diligence services and financial-related strategic advisory services to venture capital funds and their investee companies, focusing on the e-commerce, Online-To-Offline (O2O) and high technology industry. The CanAsia team was involved in more than 100 deals the past few year and the total value have exceeded US$ 2 billion in total deal size. In 2015, Katherine founded CanCan看看™️, a self-developed sofware providing integrated CFO services to fast-growing and cross-border startups.Katherine graduated from the University of Toronto (Bachelor of Commerce) and got her MBA from Schulich School of Business of York University, Canada. She is a practicing CPA in Hong Kong and a member of the Institute of Public Accountant of Ontario Canada.


After the informative talk, turn the office into a music garden! A musician will play live violin music onsite for the audience.

Musician’s Bio

Violin Professor @China Conservatory Beijing
Mathias Boegner, German/Swiss violin professor at China Conservatory Beijing, was a student of Aida Stucki, as well as of Gerhart Hetzel, Wolfgang Schneiderhan and Dorothy DeLay.Mathias appeared in Tokyo, Osaka, Paris, London, New York, Rio, Havanna, to name a few.After his appearance at Carnegie he toured with demanding programs, once with Bach’s Chaconne and three Fugues, the complete Ysaye Solo Sonatas and Paganini Caprices, followed by Ernst’s Last Rose and Erlkoenig, all in one performance. Another time he recorded the Caprices as live DVD on 24 Italian master violins.Mathias is also an experienced concertmaster, from early years at Stadtorchester Winterthur Switzerland under Maestro Welser Moest, later at Shanghai Broadcast Symphony, and as an invited guest of Ochestre de la Suisse Romande Geneva and CODDC Western Opera Beijing.

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