The forecast for the Singapore economy in 2017 paints a challenging picture. To help you navigate and support your business through the slow economy, we are bringing together 3 great speakers who will share some insightful tips for your business. You will learn the essentials on how to manage late payments, managing your tax computation, as well as available grants that your business can tap into.
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WHEN – Thursday 23rd February 2017, 14:00-16:00
WHERE – PayPal Innovation Lab, Level 7, Suntec Tower 5
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14:00 – Registration
14:10 – Available government assistance schemes, Mr Choy Mun Kit, Business Advisor, SME Centre@North
14:40 – How to effectively manage late payments, Mr Brian Teng, CEO of InvoiceInterchange
15:00 – Managing your tax computation, Ms Anuradha Rai, Tax Manager, AccountServe
15:20 – Tea & coffee, networking
Choy Mun Kit, Business Advisor from SME Centre
Mun Kit is a Business Advisor (BA) from the SME Centre@NorthWest. He held a First Class Honours Degree in Accounting and Finance from University of Bradford. He was also awarded the Outstanding Academic Achievement by CPA Australia. His BA role include assisting companies in building up their business capabilities and getting government support for their businesses.
Brian Teng, CEO of InvoiceInterchange
Brian has over 14 years of experience at investment banks in London including CreditSuisse, Lehman Brothers and HSBC. Qualifying as a professional accountant (CPA Australia) in 2006, Brian worked on statutory and internal audits, due diligence and forensic investigations at Ernst & Young and Deloitte.
Ms Anuradha Rai, Tax Manager, AccountServe
Prior to joining AccountServe in 2015, Anuradha headed the Taxation and Corporate Secretarial Division
of a midsize public accounting firm. With 14 years of professional experience, she is well versed in ACRA,
IRAS, and CPF statutory requirements for SMEs. Anuradha is a Chartered Accountant of Singapore and an
Accredited Tax Practitioner (GST), Singapore Institute of Accredited Tax Professionals Limited (SIATP).