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Webinar: “Tax risk identification: KPMG practice, Part 2”

26/ 11/ 2021
  KPMG in Ukraine invites you to take part in our webinar: Tax risk identification: KPMG practice, Part 2 Date: 8 December 2021 Duration: 11:00 – 12:00 Format: Online Language: Ukrainian Registration: https://cutt.ly/eTHcmHU     Over the past five years, the KPMG team has successfully conducted more than 200 Ukrainian company tax position diagnostics and we would be delighted to share our findings with you. Our experience has demonstrated that companies can mitigate their tax risk to an acceptably low level through the timely identification of weaknesses in their documentation, accounting processes, and business transaction structure, followed by prudent action to correct any issues. We invite you to attend our webinar where we will talk about the most common tax risks that we see during inspections, as well as reveal the secrets of how to manage those risks. This webinar will be useful for anyone responsible for their company’s tax position, in charge of finances and tax efficiency, or anybody involved in preparing declarations. The webinar agenda includes: tax risks associated with property, plant, and equipment, as well as inventories transactions with non-residents as a focus of increased attention from the Ukrainian tax authorities non-economic activity: the eternal driver of additional tax assessments the most common tools for protection against tax risks Speakers from KPMG Ukraine’s Corporate Tax Group: Oksana Panchenko, senior manager Lilia Taran, manager. If the webinar of interest to you, please register no later than 7 December 2021. Participation in this webinar is free. Applications for participation from consulting, legal, and audit companies will not be accepted. KPMG in Ukraine would be happy to respond to any of your business queries. Should you have any questions, please contact Yuliia Salei via the following e-mail address: ysalei@kpmg.ua We look forward to seeing you at our webinar!

KPMG in Ukraine invites you to take part in our webinar: “Tax risk identification: KPMG practice, Part 2″

Date: 8 December 2021

Duration: 11:00 – 12:00

Format: Online

Language: Ukrainian

Registration: https://cutt.ly/eTHcmHU    

Over the past five years, the KPMG team has successfully conducted more than 200 Ukrainian company tax position diagnostics and we would be delighted to share our findings with you.

Our experience has demonstrated that companies can mitigate their tax risk to an acceptably low level through the timely identification of weaknesses in their documentation, accounting processes, and business transaction structure, followed by prudent action to correct any issues.

We invite you to attend our webinar where we will talk about the most common tax risks that we see during inspections, as well as reveal the secrets of how to manage those risks.

This webinar will be useful for anyone responsible for their company’s tax position, in charge of finances and tax efficiency, or anybody involved in preparing declarations.

The webinar agenda includes:

  • tax risks associated with property, plant, and equipment, as well as inventories
  • transactions with non-residents as a focus of increased attention from the Ukrainian tax authorities
  • non-economic activity: the eternal driver of additional tax assessments
  • the most common tools for protection against tax risks

Speakers from KPMG Ukraine’s Corporate Tax Group:

  • Oksana Panchenko, senior manager
  • Lilia Taran, manager.

If the webinar of interest to you, please register no later than 7 December 2021. Participation in this webinar is free. Applications for participation from consulting, legal, and audit companies will not be accepted.

KPMG in Ukraine would be happy to respond to any of your business queries. Should you have any questions, please contact Yuliia Salei via the following e-mail address: ysalei@kpmg.ua

We look forward to seeing you at our webinar!

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