Being prepared is better than being taken by surprise. So join us for an interactive Knowledge Center about the Meaning, Need, Importance of tax & human resources planning.
Planning avoids haphazard actions, minimizes uncertainties, brings economy in operations, provides basis for control.
Workforce planning is one of the most important issues that human resources professionals are talking about today. Still, many have not gone beyond the talking stage. The task of actually implementing workforce planning is daunting because it is so difficult to define. In the same time, HR Planning was always a competitive edge. Companies well structured and well organized managed to atract and retain talent much more because of tranparent planning, career paths, developments, internationalization etc.
Tax planning is the process of forecasting one's tax liability and formulating ways to reduce it. As business has generally become globally integrated, the appetite and sophistication of taxpayers in identifying opportunities have seen an upward trend. Unfortunately, aiming to minimize the tax burden, there is evidence that, sometimes, taxpayers show confidence in pursuing aggressive tax strategies. Although tax planning is not forbidden, tax authorities will be more and more focused on aggressive tax planning strategies which might become harmful.
Impact and Benefits of Workforce Strategic Planning
- Workforce needs in terms of size, type, experience, knowledge, skills
- Workforce planning long term / medium term / short term
- Digitalization & Work (including work planning)
- Benefits of Work planning
(Aggressive) Tax Planning in the post-BEPS era
- Designing tax planning strategies in the post-BEPS era (Base erosion and profit shifting)
- The most common tax planning techniques which are currently on the agenda of the authorities
- Case studies: DOs and DON’Ts in tax planning
Elena Gogoneata, Tax Manager, FiNEXPERT
With an eight-year experience in the tax consultancy field, Elena currently holds the Tax manager position within FiNEXPERT tax advisory department. Elena has graduated the Finance, Banking and Stock Exchange Faculty - Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies. She is also member of the Romanian Chamber of Tax Consultants.
Elena has been involved in tax advisory projects for clients operating in various industries (e.g. pharmaceutical, energy, FMCG, real estate, transport and logistics, aerospace, forestry and agriculture etc.). Her projects have covered a wide array of tax areas and are related to: ongoing tax advisory services, tax assistance during tax audits, tax due diligence projects, tax advisory during restructuring processes (e.g. M&A, buy-out etc.), transfer pricing projects (e.g. preparation of transfer pricing files and assistance related to preparation of transfer pricing methodologies aiming to mitigate future tax risks).
Loreda Dragomir, Country Manager Romania & Bulgaria, Kienbaum Executive Consultants GmbH
Prior to joining Kienbaum, Loreda Dragomir was Head of Consumer Products and Services as well as Life Science and Health Care Practice Group Leader, and afterwards promoted as Chief Operating Officer within Stanton Chase Romania.
Previously, Loreda was the Country Manager for Grafton Recruitment. Originally from Romania, she has been living in New York for over a decade where she achieved many goals in her career in fields like banking, administrations, real estate and insurances. When coming back to Romania, she was interested in expanding her professional horizons by seeking new challenges in the area of human resources. Starting from December 2004, she held middle management positions in international Executive Search Consultancies. She graduated with High Honors from SUNY Binghamton where she obtained a Bachelor of Liberal Arts in 1998, and a Master in Teaching in 1999.
Since the establishment in 1945, Kienbaum has successfully implemented 60,000 consultancy projects for its clients: companies, public institutions and associations in various fields of business. The Kienbaum team includes more than 730 employees across Europe, Asia and South America. The different business sectors of Kienbaum together generate a turnover of about €125 million.
International Know-how with Local Spirit and Savoir-faire. FiNEXPERT has constantly developed its service mix: ranging from accounting and the organisation of the accounting, payroll and audit function to taxes and, in recent years, consultancy for the State Aid Files and European funds. FiNEXPERT speaks the customer’s language, our consultants are fluent in RAS, IFRS, IAS and U.S. GAAP. FiNEXPERT means: 500 accounting years, 110 expert advisors, 500 local & international clients, 3 offices in Bucharest, Timisoara and Cluj.
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The event will be hosted by Hilton hotel, proud member of the NRCC. The presentations are followed by a Reception, perfect set-up for making new business connections and sharing ideas.
Type of event
NRCC Knowledge Center
16 October 2017
Tax & HR
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