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Ceylon Chamber and IRD to hold seminar on ‘RAMIS’ tax system

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The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with the Inland Revenue Department (IRD) will hold a seminar to discuss the ‘Benefits of RAMIS for Business’ on February 18, 2016. It is the first private sector forum on the new system to pay and collect taxes online, launched by the IRD recently.

The seminar, to be held at the auditorium of the Ceylon Chamber, will feature the top leadership of the IRD and highlight the advantages of the revenue administration management information system (RAMIS), how to navigate it and clarify any issues with its implementation. A top panel of tax consultants and chief financial officers of the corporate world will join in to bring in a private sector perspective.

IRD Commissioner General Kalyani Dahanayaka will deliver the introductory remarks, while the in-depth presentation on the RAMIS will be delivered by IRD Deputy Commissioner General J.P.D.R. Jayasekara. This would be followed by a panel discussion featuring Dahanayaka, Ceylon Chamber Taxation Steering Committee Chairman Duminda Hulangamuwa, Aitken Spence Limited Chief Financial Officer Nilanthi Sivapragasam and KPMG Partner Tax Shamila Jayasekera. he seminar will be important for finance directors, chief accountants, accounting professionals, chief operating officers, auditors and tax consultants.

Those who wish take part in the event may call on 115588883 or email [email protected] 

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