Hensen Goh
Senior Tax Specialist

Biography

Hensen Goh started his tax career as a graduate in 2008 working at the Inland Revenue. After a decade with the New Zealand tax authority, he decided it was time for a change and joined RSM in 2018.

Since joining RSM, Hensen has a number of subsidiaries of large multinational companies as clients that he assists with their tax compliance obligations.

Additionally, he has also assisted clients with buy-side tax due diligence and have worked alongside other member firms within the RSM global network on a number of transaction deals exceeding NZ$100M.

He enjoys providing advice on a range of tax issues and has a knack for simplifying complex tax matters in an easy to understand manner and providing practical solutions for his clients.

At a domestic level, he has utilised his prior Inland Revenue experience and knowledge when advising and assisting clients as they navigate through the debt, tax investigations and audits process.

Hensen has a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Auckland and a Master of Professional Business Studies in tax from the Auckland University of Technology. He is also a member of the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand.

With a vast tax experience and thriving on any challenges he encounters, Hensen is ideally placed to assist any clients navigate through the constantly changing tax environment.

Events

New Covid-19 relief announced for businesses

Yesterday, the Government announced a further round of financial support for businesses impacted by COVID-19. This is targeted at businesses that have been impacted in the red light setting. Below is a summary of the new COVID-19 support payment for businesses: Each payment will be $4,000 per business plus $400 per full-time employee, capp...

Global Minimum Tax Looms

In a landmark deal set to reform the international tax landscape, 130 OECD member countries including New Zealand signed up to an agreement to address concerns that multinational entities (“MNE”) should pay their fair share, wherever they operate. Of the 139 countries involved in the discussions, 9 declined to sign up to the agreement being ...