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FITIS and BDO seminar on keeping pace with tax changes for ICT sector


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The Federation of Information Technology Industry Sri Lanka (FITIS) has organised a seminarin association with BDO on ‘Keeping Pace with Tax Changes for the ICT Sphere’ on Monday, 5 August from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the CIMA Auditorium, Colombo 5. 

BDO Tax Partner 

Sarah Afker 



The seminar will focus on taxation particularly reference to the ICT companies and startups given in the current tax systems. The Inland Revenue Act No. 24 of 2017 has introduced significant changes to the fundamentals of taxation with a specific focus on the ICT products and services. The seminar will also cover the indirect tax may be of interest to the industry and its stakeholders. 

BDO Tax Partner Sarah Akher will be the resource person for this seminar. She has extensive experience in the field of taxation including direct and indirect tax compliance, tax advisory, revenue authority assistance and handling tax appeals, tax planning and structuring for investments, mergers and acquisition, due diligences, research and development, transfer pricing, trade and customs taxes and advisory on exchange control regulations.

The seminar registration will be on a first come first served basis and it will be limited. The details can be obtained by calling Sahana Dhayalan on 0770554443.


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