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VAT Training on "The Proposed VAT Act, 2011"

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Center For Financial Analysis

Venue: Dhaka Trade Center (14th floor), 99 Kazi Nazrul Islam Avenue, Kawran Bazar, Dhaka. Training Details Training Overview
VAT is a very important matter of todays life. Everybody comes across different aspects of VAT in course of his daily life. It is more important for them whose decisions matter for their businesses, industries and offices. People dealing with management, finance and VAT in different businesses, industries and offices require to know many things regarding VAT, some of those matters are tricky in nature. The VAT system had been introduced in Bangladesh in 1991. During the last 20 years, the system has developed different dimensions. Today, it is said that the system has become rather complicated. We require a revenue-friendly as well as business-friendly VAT system and for that matter taxation system in Bangladesh. With this aims and objectives, the (Draft) VAT Act, 2011 has been prepared and posted in the website for public opinion. The Act consists of 193 Sections covering 159 pages. So, it is very difficult for people to read the full text thoroughly to understand its similarities and differences with the present VAT Act. Under these circumstances, this program has been designed to make the attendants understand the similarities and differences between the two documents. Attending the program, the participants would be able to contribute to the adoption of the new VAT Act, 2011 giving opinion regarding different aspects of the (Draft) Act that relates them.

Training on VAT
Date: 04 May, 2011 Days in Week: Wednesday Time: 06:00 PM to 09:00 PM Duration: 03 Hours Course Fees: BDT 1,500.00/ Participant (VAT Inclusive) Last Date of Registration: 02 May 2011

Facilitator's Profile
Dr. Md. Abdur Rouf
First Secretary (VAT), National Board of Revenue (NBR) Dr. Md. Abdur Rouf joined the Bangladesh Civil Service (Customs and Excise Cadre) in 1995 qualifying in the 15th B.C.S. examinations and since then he has served in and under various offices of NBR in different capacities. Prior to his joining civil service, he served for three years (1992-1995) in the International Finance Investment and Commerce Bank Limited as an Officer GradeI.

How participants will benefit after the course?

The purpose of this program is to provide the participants brief knowledge regarding the basic features of, and similarities and differences between the current VAT Act 1991 and the (Draft) VAT Act, 2011. Thus attending the program, the participants: Can have knowledge regarding the basic features of, and similarities and differences between the current VAT Act, 1991 and the (Draft) VAT Act, 2011 Can understand how the (Draft) VAT Act, 2011 lays down procedures in the sectors they work Can protect their organizations from future troubles Can further develop their career in finance, management and VAT

Who Can Attend

Anybody related with trade, commerce

and industry can attend the program. Executives of different trade bodies Policy analysts can attend the program. Owners of industries and business houses Officers and executives dealing with finance and VAT matters in businesses, industries and various offices Chief executives of businesses and industries can attend the program to keep themselves up-to-date regarding VAT matters. People doing VAT consultancy Auditors of Audit and Accounting Firms

Course Contents
The Valued Added Tax Act, 1991 The (Draft) Value Added Tax Act, 2011 The basic features of the two documents Similarities between the two documents Differences between the two documents The impacts of the VAT Act, 2011 upon trade, commerce and industry

Registration Details
For online registration visit course Seat will be confirmed after payment.

Contact us
For Registration or additional information please call us at 01929912878, 028189295-8 Or email at StockBangladesh Ltd. Dhaka Trade Center (14th floor), 99 Kazi Nazrul Islam Avenue, Kawran Bazar, Dhaka-1215.

Registration payment can be made by

Cash or A/C Payee Cheque or Pay Order or Bank Deposit in favor of StockBangladesh Ltd."