Trusts Beyond 2021: Get the Basics Right (Part 1)


Date: Oct 25, 2021 - Oct 25, 2021

CPD hours: 2 Hours

Time: 15:00 - 17:00

Event Type: Webinar

Presenter: Prof Walter Geach

Trusts are widely considered to be effective planning vehicles that provide several benefits. Considering legislative changes in recent years and court judgments impacting trust law, it is now imperative to consider all the legal and administrative risks affecting trusts.

Get the Basics Right

Overview

Trusts are widely considered to be effective planning vehicles that provide several benefits. Considering legislative changes in recent years and court judgments impacting trust law, it is now imperative to consider all the legal and administrative risks affecting trusts. 

In this comprehensive trust series, we will provide a full perspective on the critical legal and governance aspects to be considered by the various parties involved in trusts: The donors, beneficiaries, trustees, financial planners, tax advisors and accountants.

This Trusts Beyond 2021 series consists of four parts (each webinar can be attended independently):

Webinar 1: Trusts: Get the Basics Right

Webinar 2: Trusts: Important Short and Long-Term Risks and Benefits

Webinar 3: Risks for Trustees and Tax Practitioners in Trust Administration

Webinar 4: Specific Tax Risks Related to Trusts

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Webinar content

Trusts: Get the Basics Right (Part 1) – 25 October 2021

What are the consequences for trustees and beneficiaries?

  • How can a trust be used as a planning tool? 
  • Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA) and Promotion of Access to Information Act (PAIA) on trusts.
  • Trusts vs usufructs.
  • Acquisition of fixed property: Structuring the transaction in a trust versus company (cost versus benefit).
  • Trusts: Planning for estate duty and asset protection for future generations.
  • Business trusts.
  • Special trusts.
  • B-BBEE trusts.
  • How can a trust be terminated if no longer advantageous?
    • Process to be followed.
    • Beneficiaries’ rights and responsibilities.
    • Trustees’ rights.
    • Consequences for donors.
    • Tax consequences on terminating a trust.
  • What are the section 7C considerations that must be considered?

Who should attend?

Tax practitioners, tax managers, financial managers


Presenter

Prof Walter Geach 

Senior Professor, Graduate School of Business, University of KwaZulu-Natal, and Advocate of the High Court of South Africa
BA LLB, MCom, CTA CA(SA)

Prof Geach specialises in taxation, corporate law, trusts, financial accounting, and financial planning, and he is a business consultant and is also a non-executive director of Grindrod Limited. Prof Geach regularly presents seminars throughout South Africa on a wide variety of topics for several professional and business organisations.

He is author of Guide to the Close Corporations Act, Handbook for Executors, Trustees and Curators, Guide to the Companies Act, Capital Gains Tax in South Africa: The Essential Guide, and further co-authored The Financial Advisers Development Series, South African Corporate Business Administration, The South African Financial Planning Handbook, Trusts: Law and Practice and Companies and other business structures.


CPD

This event and successful completion of the online assessment will secure 2 hours verifiable output Tax CPD points per session.


Event Investment

CPD subscribers: Free for all 2021 Tax Practitioner and Tax Accountant CPD subscribers.

Regular price: R495.00

SAIT member: R395.00

Group price (five attendees maximum): R950.00


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