On 17 October 2019, DFDL organized a morning seminar for the Cambodia Education Sector to discuss recent tax and labor changes, at Topaz Restaurant, Phnom Penh.
Vajiravann Chamnan, DFDL Cambodia Tax Manager, discussed recent tax changes affecting schools and gave a detailed overview of tax audits and tax appeal requirements to help the audience be compliant with these new tax requirements.
Chesda Teng, DFDL Cambodia Corporate and Commercial Senior Consultant, presented the recent labor law amendments affecting termination pay, calculation methods of certain benefits and the national minimum wage, as well as reforms to the National Social Security Fund scheme. He also gave an overview of the foreign employee quotas requirements, foreign employee work permits and visas.
The event concluded with a lively and engaging panel discussion and interactive Q&A session. The 50+ participants learned a great deal about the latest tax and labor developments in the education sector and gave very favorable feedback on this event.
2019 has been a significant year in terms of taxation and labour developments in Cambodia, marked by the introduction of important new legislation. These new changes have caused much concern to those operating in Cambodia’s education sector and have given rise to much more onerous compliance requirements.
In response, DFDL is hosting a seminar, in which Vajiravann Chamnan, Tax Manager, and Chesda Teng, Senior Consultant, will discuss the key changes to the tax and labour regimes that are critical to the education sector, while offering practical solutions to minimize any disruption to your organization and ensure full regulatory compliance.
Key topics that will be addressed include:
We hope you will join us for this informative session.
Places are limited, so be sure to register now: email@example.com.
Date: Thursday 17 October 2019
Time: 8.00am – 10.00am
If you have any questions or require further information, please do not hesitate to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Senior Consultant, Corporate and Commercial Practice Group