In this four-part series, Nico Theron will cover some of the most common areas of practice regulated by the Tax Administration Act (TAA).
In particular, the series will cover:
- How to make corrections to returns (both in favour of SARS and taxpayers).
- The imposition and remittance of penalties.
- How to draft an objection.
- How to apply for payment arrangements and debt compromises.
Dealing with Tax Returns and Voluntary Disclosure (Part 1)
Tax return corrections can either be required in favour of the taxpayer or in favour of SARS. When in favour of a taxpayer, the taxpayer is seeking a reduced assessment. When in favour of SARS, SARS should be issuing an additional assessment. In this webinar, Nico Theron will discuss:
- An overview of the remedies available to try and secure a reduced assessment.
- An overview of the voluntary disclosure programme when an assessment is understated to mitigate penalty exposure associated with additional assessments.
Competencies developed in this CPD
After part one in this webinar series, you will be:
- Able to make corrections on tax returns (both in favour of the taxpayer and of SARS).
- Competent to advise clients on the remedies available to secure a possible reduced assessment.
- Updated on the voluntary disclosure programme – able to mitigate penalty exposure when an assessment is understated.
This Tax Administration Series consists of four parts (each webinar can be attended independently):
Part 2: Effectively Apply for Remission/Reduction of Tax Penalties and Interest
12 May 2022 | Click here to read more.
Part 3: Drafting SARS Objections and Appeals
7 June 2022 | Click here to read more.
Part 4: Negotiating Tax Debt and Payment Arrangements with SARS
7 July 2022 | Click here to read more.
Click here to view the full series.
MTP(SA), BCom Law (cum laude), BCom Honours Taxation, MCom Taxation (SA and International Tax)
Nico is the founder of Unicus Tax Specialists SA, a niche tax advisory services firm that specialises in corporate tax and VAT, more specifically in the context of advance tax rulings, tax dispute resolution and voluntary disclosure program applications.
This event and successful completion of the online assessment will secure 2 hours verifiable output Tax CPD points.
CPD subscribers: Free for all 2022 CPD subscribers.
Regular price: R495.00
SAIT member: R395.00
Group price (five attendees maximum): R950.00
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