BCCT in cooperation with AustCham and Cancham invite you to attend the Tax Briefing on New E-Commerce and Property Tax, with open panel discussion on other recent changes in Thai taxation.
After much consideration, Thailand is set to regulate tax revenues from foreign digital transactions by reforming Thai E-Commerce tax laws to impose VAT on foreign electronic service providers and foreign digital platforms, such as: social media, hotel bookings, online booking platforms, and streaming media. John Casella, Partner at PKF Tax and Consulting Services (Thailand) Ltd., will deliver a brief presentation on the new e-VAT Services Act and its implications on E-Commerce in Thailand.
Similarly, after its effective date in March 2019, the new Land and Building Tax Act B.E. 2562 starting to see significant enforcement throughout parts of Thailand, after multiple Royal Decrees enacted to soften the COVID-19 impacts for tax filings in 2020. Khun Picharn Sukparangee, Partner at Bangkok Global Law, will deliver a brief presentation on the latest updates and implementation of the new Property Tax in Thailand.
Then Khun Picharn and John will be joined by Jonathan Stuart-Smith, Tax Partner at EY Thailand, in an open panel discuss to accept attendees’ questions from the floor on the above topics and any other recent changes in Thai taxation.
Date: Tuesday 27 October 2020
Time: 6.00 – 8.00 pm
Venue: Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit (directly connected to Skytrain Asoke exit 5 or MRT Sukhumvit exit 1)
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