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The Singapore Tax Workbook 2019/20 (22nd Edition) is a concise and user-friendly guide to Singapore income tax for all taxation and accounting students, tax practitioners and anyone who needs practical tax information.
This workbook incorporates all the relevant income tax changes since the previous edition, including those announced in the Budget 2019. The law in this edition stands as at 22 February 2019.
Key topic areas covered include:
- basic tax concepts
- outward and inward investments
- corporate restructuring, mergers and liquidation
- taxation of specialised businesses
- investment incentives
Key features and benefits of the workbook include:
- provides concise and comprehensive coverage of the current tax laws, incorporating the latest tax changes made in the 2019 Budget
- updated and revised examples illustrate the practical workings of the law to reinforce understanding and assist in the application of tax concepts and principles
- each chapter begins with a Summary Checklist to key points
- paragraphs are followed by law references to assist with follow-up research
- revision questions are provided at the end of each chapter, with suggested solutions presented at the conclusion of the Workbook to aid learning and exam preparation
- locating specific topics is easy with the Case Table, Interpretation and Practice Notes Finding List, Section Finding List and Topical Index.
About the Author
Sum Yee Loong, FCCA (UK), CTA (UK), MSc (Taxation & Public Finance) (UK), CA (Singapore), ATA, has more than 30 years of tax experience. He is currently Professor of Accounting (Practice) at the Singapore Management University, Honorary Technical Advisor (Tax) of the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants (ISCA), chairman of the examinations and curriculum committee of the Singapore Tax Academy, Board member of Singapore Institute of Accredited Tax Practitioners, member of the Professional Education Council of the Singapore Accounting Commission (SAC), member of the IRAS Board and council member of the National Arts Council.
Professor Sum was tax partner in Deloitte & Touche LLP from 1987 to 2011.