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Brazilian Taxation and Investment (in-depth video-conference course) February 1st – April 7th

Posted by William Byrnes on January 10, 2011


This 10 week live online video-conference course on Brazil will be taught in English (but all attendants may use Portuguese to ask and respond to questions) by several renown Brazilian specialists who have extensive out-of-country experience, working as international counsel for large multinational companies, big 4 firms, and government.

Please contact Associate Dean Prof. William Byrnes if you are interested in enrolling in this executive education course.  wbyrnes@tjsl.edu or skype: professorbyrnes  All lectures are recorded for playback during the ten weeks.  Lexis access is included.

Tax System:

  1. Overview – Main taxes;
  2. Corporate Taxation: Corporate Income tax and Social Contribution;
  3. Simplified tax regime;
  4. Accounting Rules (IFRS and SPED);
  5. Investment incentives;
  6. Developing a Tax Strategy in Brazil;
  7. Tax avoidance versus Tax Evasion

General Overview of Brazilian Indirect Taxes

  1. VAT;
  2. Other Indirect Taxes;

Foreign Investments:

  1. Brazilian Central Bank (Regulations, Registrations and forms);
  2. Dividends, Royalties, Loans, etc;
  3. Capital Gains;
  4. Foreign Trade Rules (Import and Export transactions);

Mergers & Acquisitions;

  1. Corporate aspects;
  2. Tax implications;

Financial System:

  1. Organization,
  2. Newcomers,
  3. Competition,

Foreign Companies:

  1. Tax credit
  2. Withholding Tax;
  3. Financing issues;
  4. Permanent Establishment;
  5. Low-tax Jurisdictions (Tax Haven Countries);
  6. Tax treaties

Transfer Pricing

Industrial Property Rights

One Response to “Brazilian Taxation and Investment (in-depth video-conference course) February 1st – April 7th”

  1. I would like to find out more info. regarding enrollment and cost.
    Tks,
    Steve

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