Karen van Wyk GTP(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. 


Events that was hosted by Karen van Wyk GTP(SA)

Event Start Date CPD Hours Status
2020 A 360-degree view of Individual taxpayers 08 July 2020 4
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2020 Webinar: Covid-19 TERS Q&A Webinar with UIF C... 18 May 2020 1
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Covid-19 TERS Q&A Webinar with UIF Commissioner 15 May 2020 1
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2020 Webinar: COVID-19: TERS Q&A: ALL YOU NEED TO... 07 May 2020 2
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2020 Tax Relief Measures during Covid-19: Practica... 30 March 2020 2
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Webinars on Demand presented by Karen van Wyk GTP(SA)

Title Hours
2020 Webinar: COVID-19: TERS Q&A: ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW 2
2020 Tax Relief Measures during Covid-19: Webinar 2 - Supporting Liquidity through grants and government aid - Free Webinar 2
2020 Tax Relief Measures during Covid-19: Practical Issues and Guidance on its Implementation - Free webinar 2
Covid-19 TERS Q&A Webinar with UIF Commissioner 1
Contextualising the gross income definition 0.5
Year of assessment requirement contained in the gross income definition 0.5
The meaning of the amount in cash or otherwise in the context of the gross income definition 0.5
The meaning of received by or accrued to in the context of the gross income definition 0.5
The meaning of capital in nature in the context of the gross income definition 0.5
The distinction between residents and non-residents in the context of the gross income definition 0.5
An introduction to special inclusions in gross income 0.5
The meaning of expenditure and losses in the context of the general deduction formula 0.5
The meaning of actually incurred in the context of the general deduction formula 0.5
The meaning of carrying on a trade in the context of the general deduction formula 0.5
The meaning of year of assessment in the context of the general deduction formula 0.5
The meaning of in the production of income in the context of the general deduction formula 0.5
The meaning of not of a capital nature in the context of the general deduction formula 0.5
Introduction to assessed losses from the perspective of a natural person taxpayer 0.1
Ring-fencing of assessed losses of natural persons 0.5
Fringe benefit: Acquisition of asset below actual value 0.5
Fringe benefit: Right of use of an asset 0.5
Fringe benefit: Right of use of a motor vehicle 0.5
Fringe benefit: Meals, refreshments and vouchers 0.5
Fringe benefit: Right of use of residential accommodation 0.5
Fringe benefit: Free or cheap services 0.5
Fringe benefit: Low interest rate loans and loan subsidies 0.5
Fringe benefit: Medical aid contributions and retirement fund contributions 0.5
Fringe benefit: Medical expenses and insurance premiums incurred by the employer 0.5
Fringe benefit: Discharge of debt 0.5
Share plans offered by employers 0.5
Deduction claiamble by the employee iro contributions to retirement funds 0.5
Deduction claimable iro donations to PBO's - section 19A 0.5
Local passive income earned by residents 0.5
An overview of retirement lump sum benefits 0.5
Retirement lump sum benefits 0.5
The basic principles related to Captital Gains Tax 0.5
Primary residence exclusion 0.5
Roll-over of capital gains 0.5
General and specific exemptions from donations tax 0.5
Calculation of Donations Tax and liability for Donatiosn Tax 0.5
The link between donations tax and other taxes 0.5
Provisional tax calculations 0.5
Provisional tax penalties and interest 0.5
Tax implications of interest deductions 0.5
Income Tax consequences of leases 0.5
Section 23C: The interaction between deductions and VAT 0.5
Assessed loss considerations related to non-natural persons 0.5
Cost of an asset for purposes of claiming a capital allowance 0.5
The tax considerations related to small business corporations 0.5
Manufacturing asset allowances 0.5
Income Tax treatment of moving costs 0.5
Capital allowances claimable on residential units 0.5
Capital allowances claimable on low-cost residential units 0.5
Capital allowances claimable on buildings in Urban Development Zones 0.5
Tax consequences related to debt reduction 0.5
Limitation of allowances claimable by lessors 0.5
Capital allowances claimable on intagible assets 0.5
Capital loss limintation and exclusion principles 0.5
Roll-over of capital gains 0.5
Basic working of and exemptions related to Securities Transfer Tax 0.5
Small business corporations: Introduction of basic principles 0.1
Provisional tax requirements and principles related to trusts 0.5
Exemptions from donations tax 0.5
Tax consequences of a deceased taxpayer 0.5
Tax consequences of a deceased estate 0.5
Provisional tax calculations and payments 0.5
Provisional tax penalties and interest 0.5
Income tax exemptions for residents and non-residents 0.5
IAS 12 Deferred tax 0.5
Calculating deferred tax 0.5
Elements of the financial statements 0.5
Accrual basis of accounting 0.5
Financial statements reports 0.5
IAS12 Current tax Knowledge Video 0.5
Accounting for Income Tax 0.5
Prior year under or over provision Knowledge Video 0.5
Introduction to deferred tax 0.1
Accounting for deferred tax 0.5
Deferred tax assets and deferred tax on equity 0.5
Introduction to tax disclosures in the financial statements 0.5
Note to the financial statements: Income tax expense 0.5
Note to the financial statements: Deferred tax 0.5
Comprehensive example: Current tax and Deferred tax 0.5
Accounting for penalties and interest in the financial statements 0.5
ITA34C Assessment 0.5
SARS statements of account 0.5
Reconciliation of the current tax liability 0.5
Accounting for dividend tax in the financial statements 0.5
Accounting for foreign tax credits in the financial statements 0.5
Accounting for donations tax in the financial statements 0.5
Accounting for payroll taxes in the financial statements 0.5
Ratio's included in AFS 0.5
360 Degree View Of Individual Taxpayers 4
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