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Ceylon Chamber to hold seminar on new revenue bill

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The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce has organized a seminar to create awareness on the new Inland Revenue Bill, which will be taken up for debate in the Parliament today.

The seminar, which will be addressed by the senior officials of the Ministry of Finance, Department of Inland Revenue and also independent tax specialists will help the private sector to gain a clear understanding of the income tax implications of the new Act.

The seminar to be held on the 31August, 2017 at the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce, starting at 2:00p.m will be kicked off with presentations byErnst and YoungPartnerSulaiman Nisthar and KPMGTaxPartnerShamila Jayasekera.The duo’s presentations would be followed by a panel discussion, which will be taken part byInland Revenue Department Commissioner GeneralIvan Dissananayake and Ministry of FinanceTax Policy Advisor  Thanuja Perera.

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