Join payroll expert, Rob Cooper, for a jam-packed morning where he will bring you up-to-date with all the happenings in the payroll arena.
The past year has forced massive changes in virtually all aspects of our lives, and employment-related taxes is an area that we can expect the authorities to leverage off the changes that were forced on us during 2020. While this can result in significant changes to the legislation, this shake-up will most probably lead to improvements in our payroll world.
Following this Budget Review taking place on 24 February 2021, the proposals that impact on payroll systems and employers will be summarised and the following topics will be addressed:
UIF: The TERS benefit is likely to be followed by the Reduced Work Time benefit – what is it?
PAYE and PIT: Far-reaching administration reforms for the future.
Home office expenses: Areas of concern.
The following items from the newly-promulgated Amendment Acts are also included:
Provident fund payouts: Important changes and protection of vested interests.
February 2021 tax certificates: Rejection of tax certificates by the SARS employment tax validation process.
Employment tax incentive: Rollover anomaly to be fixed and other matters of interest.
Bursaries: Reclassifying remuneration as exempt bursaries.
Foreign employment remuneration: The late change and the payroll administration complications.
CEO of Payroll Authors Group of South Africa (PAGSA)
Rob Cooper completed his B.sc in Computer Science at the University of Pretoria in 1971. Many years of design and programming of various financial systems followed, including the development of payroll systems for different environments.
He was one of the founders of Softline (1986) – now known as Sage – and spent many years developing world class payroll systems and taking the Sage business to new heights Over the last fifteen years, his focus has been on the numerous pieces of legislation that govern the employment and payroll industry and he is a respected expert, presenting at tax seminars and workshops.
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