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The Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants announced the re-implementation of its precautionary measures, from Wednesday 25 March 2020 onwards until further notice, to close library facilities and to adjust the services hours of counter on the 27th floor to 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. from Monday to Friday, whilst counter services hours on Saturday remains unchanged (from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon).

 

CPD and sports and recreation events

 

Face-to-face CPD events will be replaced by webinars. Sports and recreation activities will be cancelled.  Participants will receive further information via email.

 

For the latest advice, guidance and other updates, from the Institute, regulators and other bodies, please visit our regularly-updated COVID-19 – CPA Information Centre webpage.

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Module 14 – Taxation

This module develops a thorough understanding of the Hong Kong tax system and the major Hong Kong taxes that affect transactions, individuals, and entities. Students learn to identify potential tax issues, evaluate tax liabilities and recommend appropriate tax advice for individuals and entities. The module also provides students with an overview of the tax system in Mainland China and the ability to prepare straight forward tax calculations.

 

Syllabus area Weight (%)
Demonstrate an understanding of the tax system and administration in Hong Kong 5-10
Apply tax rules and principles and calculate tax liabilities for property tax, salaries tax, profit tax, personal assessment and stamp duty in Hong Kong 50-60
Apply profits tax rules and principles and calculate profits tax liabilities for cross-border transactions 5-10
Demonstrate an understanding of the tax system and administration in Mainland China  5-10
Advise on Hong Kong tax planning ideas and strategies to enhance tax efficiency  25-30

 

 For detailed syllabus and proficiency level of the learning outcomes, please click here.

 

 Examination Pilot Paper will be available in due course.

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