September is an important milestone in the annual payroll tax legislation amendment cycle. The changes proposed by the Tax Amendment bills that will impact payroll offices and payroll systems will be explained in this webinar.
The amendment bill that makes significant changes from last year to this important new requirement to enable pre-retirement access to a portion of one's retirement assets, while preserving the remainder for retirement has been published, and will be explained in the webinar.
The requirements for this year's Interim Tax Certificate submissions will be explained.
Significant progress has been made regarding the submission of employee tax certificates on a monthly basis. You will be updated on the status of these new requirements which will have a huge impact on every payroll system and every payroll office in the country.
Other important payroll tax matters will be included in the webinar depending on progress. On the labour law front, I hope we will have certainty on the implementation dates of the important Amendment Bills for the Compensation Fund and Employment Equity.
The webinar will bring you up to date, help you with these proposed changes, and look ahead as best we can in uncertain times.
Rob is a founding member of the Payroll Authors Group of South Africa, a body that represents the payroll industry in discussions with the statutory bodies since 1989.
As chairman of the PAGSA, his focus over the past 34 years has been on the diverse legislation that governs the employment and payroll industry.
He is held in high regard as an employment tax expert and is a respected writer and presenter at tax seminars and workshops around the country.
Niel Nel worked for SARS in a wide range of operational areas from 1977 until his retirement in January 2023. He was instrumental in the implementation of all phases of the PAYE system, the e@syFile and eFiling systems, as well as the Skills Development, UIF Contributions, and the Employment Tax Incentive systems. Niel collaborated with the PAGSA and other external stakeholders for many years and managed the SARS/PAGSA relationship from March 2020 until his retirement. He is now a Managing member of the PAGSA.
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