Every expatriate has to deal with tax and social insurance matters related to the assignment abroad and how it affects one’s financial planning. Dealing with different taxation regimes and social insurance systems is challenging. At the same time, optimizing the tax and social insurance arrangements can make a big difference both for the expatriate’s financial situation and the employer’s costs. And it is important to identify potential shortcomings in the coverage to be able to address them.
Since 2012, inclusion in the Chinese social security system became mandatory for foreigners employed in China. The 2019 Individual Income Tax reform additionally brought many changes for foreign employees in China, some of which will only take full effect in the coming years.
The German Centre Beijing together with Ecovis Beijing and Expatriate Care Consult invite you to join our event informing you about the best possible planning and protection regarding tax, social security and personal finance. This seminar will point out ways to optimize income taxes and personal financial planning for various employment scenarios ranging from assignment to local contract. Our speakers will explain how expatriates can secure themselves adequately and sustainably for a either a short or a long-term stay in China and how to be best prepared for a return to Germany.
Klaus-Peter von der Eltz, Managing Director, Expatriate Care Consult GmbH
Klaus-Peter von der Eltz worked for a German insurance group in Shanghai for five years. Meanwhile, as Managing Director of Expatriate Care Consult GmbH with long-standing experience in China, he advises companies and individuals on the private insurance and financial benefits of a working assignment to China. Mr. von der Eltz informs about the effects of different employment contracts in China on legal and private insurance.
Manuela Reintgen, Senior Manager Business Development, Ecovis Beijing
Heading our Business Development and Marketing department, Manuela Reintgen lived and worked in China from 2009 to 2017 and currently advises clients in- and outside of China from our Heidelberg office. She holds a diploma in Chinese, French and Law and has worked for several private and governmental institutions in both Germany and China before joining ECOVIS Beijing.
Date: 15 October 2019, 18:00 - 20:00
Venue: German Centre Beijing | DRC Liangmaqiao
11th Floor, Unit 1101A, DRC Liangmaqiao Diplomatic Office Building, 19 Dongfang East Road, Chaoyang District, 100600 Beijing, PR China
Registration: Please use the registration form on our website or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Seminar language: German