We have seen tax authorities globally are increasingly active, aggressive and comprehensive in conducting tax audits. Taxpayers and tax practitioners often focus on the strength of their technical substance position when litigation is inevitable. However, "fact-building" is arguably just as important, as facts form the bedrock for the court's legal analysis and arguments.
In this session, we will look at the following two case studies to provide insight into the various techniques for building and delivering an effective narrative in court:
- The deductibility of intellectual property-related costs
- Indonesia-based bookkeeping & supporting document obligation
The session is designed to be interactive and there will be ample opportunities for Q&A.
Due to the limited space, we would appreciate it if you could confirm your interest by Friday, 19 March by clicking on the Register Now button.
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