Today, June 25th, 2019, Mazars in Vietnam had the honor to co-host a Tax Update Seminar about E-invoice and Transfer pricing & Customs with the Tax authority in Bac Giang.
In this seminar, the experts of Mazars Vietnam Tax team presented two main subjects, including: the connection between Transfer Pricing and Customs and E-Invoice.
In the first part, Mazars shared our experience on Transfer Pricing and its connection to Customs, the basic rules and what to be aware of while applying them to practice with the presentation of our Tax Partner, Mr. Nguyen Hai Minh.
In the second part, Mr. Nguyen Minh Da, Mazars Tax Director guided enterprises on how to use E-invoice properly according to Decree 119/2018/ND-CP, which element is compulsory, how to define its date, how to convert from paper invoice to E-invoice and how to record them in the business system, etc.
We were pleased to received many interesting cases and questions from more than 300 participants in the Q&A session about E-invoice, Transfer Pricing related matters and the problems that they encountered. The remarkable 2 hours long of the Q&A session showed us that you had high interest in the information we delivered and we were very grateful for that.
We would like to send our deepest gratitude to the Tax authority of Bac Giang for having us at such prestigious event and to all the participants who spent their precious time to join the event. We hope that the amount of information we delivered was enough to guide you through the Tax application.
Should you need to be advised about Tax, Customs, Legal, Licensing, Transfer Pricing and other related issues, please contact our professional team below.
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Thanh Tam Do Director - Tax & Business Advisory - Ho Chi Minh City
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The dialogue format is potentially kept to be very interactive so that it is not a one-way presentation but an opportunity for the participants to share their questions or comments with us on tax, transfer pricing, licensing, labour, insurance and other related issues.