Webinar 178: Digital Taxation in Japan: Alert for E-service Companies

16-09-21 | 10:00 h - 11:00 h CET

Are digital-based companies that provide services/products to Japanese consumers subject to any taxes in Japan?

During the webinar, we will cover whether foreign enterprises that provide online services/products to Japanese consumers are liable for Japanese taxes as well as some tips that will help them reduce the tax risk.

The webinar targets digital-based EU SME companies distributing goods/providing services to Japanese consumers.

In 40 minutes from your desk, discover:

  • If digital-based companies are liable for Japanese Corporate taxes?
  • What Digital Businesses are Liable for Japanese Consumption Tax?
  • How can online businesses reduce the tax risk?

Programme:

  •     Introduction
  •     Expert’s presentation
  •     Q&A Session

Speaker: David Otani, Director of the International Department, Otani Accounting Office. With more than 10 years of experience in tax consulting, David has worked for the Big4 companies as well as Japanese government consulting agencies for SME’s and gained extensive experience in handling the difference in tax & accounting practices between Japan and Europe.

Having advised more than 300 foreign clients who turned for help to the Otani Accounting Office, David fully understands the hurdles foreign companies have to overcome due to language barrier and difference in accounting softwares.

His mission is to provide comfortable business environment for foreign companies and individuals that aspire to conquer the Japanese market through continuous support and high-quality English service.

Moderator: Lyckle Griek, project-manager, Japan Tax and Public Procurement (JTPP) Helpdesk

Organiser: EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation - Brussels Office

 

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