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Annual Budget & Tax Update Seminar - Staying Ahead of the Game
The Annual Budget & Tax Update Seminar - Staying Ahead of the Game, a one-day seminar organised by Taxand Malaysia and MICCI at Hotel Maya, Jalan Ampang on 12 October 2012 from 9am to 4.30pm, will provide a detailed understanding of the tax proposals in the Budget as well as an update on other tax developments to provide you with the knowledge you need to ‘stay ahead of the game’. 

Briefly, the following will be covered at the seminar:

* The 2013 Budget Proposals – Analysis and Impact
* Recent Developments – Key Public Rulings, Gazette Orders, Inland Revenue guidelines and practice matters
* Recent Tax Cases
* Transfer Pricing Developments
* The Customs Appeal Tribunal – The Role of the Customs Appeal Tribunal
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Source : MLTIC News Service
Date of  Event : Friday, 12 October 2012
Original Title : Annual Budget & Tax Update Seminar - Staying Ahead of the Game
Date(s) of the Event : 12 October 2012
Venue of the Event : Hotel Maya, Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur
Organizer of the Event : Taxand Malaysia and MICCI
Event Fees : RM550 (Group Discount available)
Tags : Taxand Malaysia, MICCI, Budget 2013
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