Accounting Issues and Particularities in China
Understanding accounting rules in China is not easy for foreign companies. This webinar on Accounting Issues and Particularities in China will introduce you to the essential accounting practices that your company should be aware of to carry out a successful business in China.
During the webinar you will learn fundamental knowledge of how the Chinese domestic accounting system works including general information, standards, reporting procedures, software requirements, hardcopies, retention period, tax invoices, audits and legal reserve. You’ll also see the common accounting issues that you will face and more importantly how to solve them.
- General accounting information in China
Accounting standards Reporting procedures Software requirements Retention period Tax invoice requirements Audits Legal reserve
- Common issues in practice
Cash-based accounting Multiple sets of accounts Pre-operating expenses Deferred taxes Tax adjustment Inventory Impaired creditor/stock Assets depreciation
Who should watch?
General Managers, Directors, Top Executives and Experienced Managers Business Managers, Department Heads & Line Managers Accountants, Corporate Treasury Managers Professionals of any department involved in the accounting process Staff with a non-accounting background looking to learn the fundamentals of accounting in China
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About the Speaker
Financial Consultant Senior Manager, Mazars
Thomas is a Senior Manager at the Accounting & Outsourcing Services practice of Mazars in Beijing. He has more than 12 years of experience in China, of which 9 years working with Mazars. He has advised more than fifty foreign companies with their day-to-day operations in China, mainly the European SMEs. Thomas is regularly consulted by foreign investors on structuring operations in China and across the Asia-Pacific region. He gives regular presentations at conferences on accounting, tax and other compliance aspects in China.
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