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Securing R&D Tax Incentives in China

BritCham / CBBC
Event type Joint Chamber event
Date Thursday, July 18th, 2013
Time 08:00 - 08:30  Registration and Breakfast
08:30 - 10:00  Presentation and Q&A 
Open for All welcome
Cost Members 200 RMB Non-Members 400 RMB
Contacts hayley.thomas@britishchamber.cn
Venue The Westin Beijing Chaoyang
Organiser BritCham / CBBC
Address 7 North Dongsanhuan Road, Chaoyang,
北京市朝阳区 东三环北路7号 010 5922 8888
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For the past 10 years, the Chinese Government has been encouraging and promoting R&D by offering tax incentives to resident enterprises who conduct R&D activities, either as new innovations or as modifications of existing products. A good understanding of R&D tax incentives can thus lead to significant tax savings for your business.
Due to the different interpretation of R&D activities, some entities which should be qualified for R&D tax incentives may have never claimed the incentives, or do not deduct enough R&D expenditures. On the other hand, audits and investigations on enterprises who have claimed R&D tax incentives especially on High & New Technology Enterprises (HNTE) have increased significantly since 1st April 2013. As such, whether your company has claimed R&D tax incentives or not, it is the right time to assess whether you have enjoyed the incentives you should have had.
During this interactive breakfast meeting, we will discuss: 
- How to determine eligible R&D activities and expenses 
- Whether all R&D expenditures are qualified according to the criteria and whether “Core Technology” is relevant to all products 
- The auditing process for claims  
- How to make sure your technology team and finance team are speaking the same language 
About the Speaker
Mr. Roger Di: Tax Partner from KPMG with 15 years’ experience in PRC tax and business advisory. Roger served both domestic and multinational corporations, advising investors on investment regulatory advisory, foreign exchange, customs, establishment of companies in China, tax planning and designing tax effective investment structure, tax compliance review and tax due diligence reviews. Roger worked closely with KPMG scientist team with respect to R&D incentives claiming projects. He was the Head of the China Centre of Excellence of KPMG US based in New York in 2009 and 2010 responsible for designing the China investment structure, tax planning and advising on Chinese regulatory and taxation issues for companies in North America. 

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