Government has recently indicated that 220 000 employees who are entitled to Temporary Employee / Employer Relief Scheme (TERS) benefits have not yet applied. This is definitely not because employers do not want to obtain the benefit for their employees. It is also not because all employers can afford to pay their own employees in full during this time. The reason for this could be the various obstacles that employers and employees experienced when applying for this benefit, and the enormous frustration this has caused due to time wasted. These obstacles could include the fact that the application process was amended various times, details around the calculation of the benefit being extremely vague, uncertainty about the format of supporting documents, and guidance being updated and amended countless times.
In this webinar, we will attempt to answer the most common questions posed by members and stakeholders about TERS. We will also address the practical difficulties and problems experienced.
Karen van Wyk CA(SA)
Karen Van Wyk is a chartered accountant. She has a passion for taxation and has lectured at a post-graduate level at the University of Johannesburg, the University of the Witwatersrand and the University of Pretoria. She has also been extensively involved in various initiatives of the South African Institute of Tax Professionals (SAIT) and the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA). Karen is a regular presenter of advanced taxation face-to-face CPD sessions and webinars and enjoys interacting with tax and accounting professionals.
Desrae is the Managing Member of the Connold & Associates , who have provide Human Resource Generalist services to companies in the SMME space for 28 years. She is registered as an HR Practitioner with the South African Board of Personnel Practitioners and has over 40 years of HR Generalist experience. Having qualified from Wits University she began working in the HR field after graduating. Although she has always considered herself a generalist Desrae has extensive Industrial Relations Experience and Training and Development Experience. She has worked across 17 industries and has several clients in the Financial Services Industry.
This event and successful completion of the online assessment will secure 2 hours verifiable output Tax CPD points.
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