Earlier this month, the General Department of Taxation (“GDT”) issued Notification 7374 concerning the rights and obligations of taxpayers with regard to the submission and resolution of tax complaints. While Notification 7374 re-frames a number of existing regulations, it also provides some additional key changes to the complaints process in Cambodia which all taxpayers should take due notice of.
Notification 7374 is the newest in a number of recent tax audit changes that have occurred in the last 18 months in Cambodia. We encourage you to join our award winning and industry recognized tax experts for an engaging presentation and Q&A session to ensure that you are fully aware of how to comply with these latest developments.
Attendees will gain invaluable insights into the Cambodian tax audit process along with practical updates on the core areas of focus that tax auditors currently have in their sights.
Presented by Clint O’Connell, the primary topics under discussion will range over:
An overview of the different types of tax audits in Cambodia and the tax audit process;
Recent changes to the rules and procedures regarding the tax audit process;
Recent hot issues in regard to tax audits;
Progress report on the newly established tax disputes committee; and
A Q&A session where the discussion will be opened to the floor.
Clint O’Connell – Senior Director, Head of the Cambodia Tax Practice.
Clint has worked professionally in Cambodia for over nine years, and in that time he has been involved in some of the largest commercial transactions in Cambodia. He advises a wide range of clients, from large globally-listed companies to small and medium-sized enterprises.
Clint has gained vast experience in international tax through working in the technical standards unit of the tax authority in New Zealand along with his time spent at KPMG, PwC and DFDL in New Zealand, Vietnam, and Cambodia.
Clint’s experience, engagements, and expertise are widely recognized throughout the region. He is a regular contributor to the International Tax Review and Bloomberg BNA’s Tax Planning International Asia-Pacific Focus journal, and he has also lectured at CamEd as part of their popular “Tax in Cambodia” course. Clint holds a law degree from Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand and is a registered Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand.
“Tax services required to be undertaken by a licensed tax agent in Cambodia are provided by Mekong Tax Services Co., Ltd, a member of DFDL and licensed as a Cambodian tax agent under license number – TA201701018”.
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