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Annual Tax Update 2020-2021

The year is almost over and 2021 is around the corner. Are you ready for 2021? Attend the Annual Tax Update to prepare you for what's coming your way in 2021.


4 Hours | R295.00
Prof. Jackie Arendse

Webinar: Compliance Series - Corporate taxpayers eFiling training - 2020 (Session 5)

Overview Do you need eFiling training and would like to know the ins and outs of eFiling? Join us for this practical case study-based workshop where we will navigate through the eFiling system and share useful tips and tricks along the way.


2 Hours | R195.00
Mandy Graaf CA(SA)

2020 Practical Q&A With Prof Jackie Arendse - Essentials Of International Tax (Session 5)

Overview Do you have questions related to relevant and topical matters and don't know where to find the answers? We have the answers for you! We are very excited to launch our new Q&A based webinar (series). The webinar (series) will focus on practical issues experienced and problems and difficulties arising in practice. What makes this webinar (series) different? The webinar will include pre-loaded videos covering the technical principles related to the topic which delegates can view at their own convenience Delegates have the opportunity to submit questions that they have of practical issues and problems and these will be addressed in the live Q&A event Delegates will obtain 3 hours verifiable CPD for each session aftersuccessful completion of assessment The world is becoming smaller and millions of businesses situated in different countries transact with each other on a daily basis. There are some risks associated with this (such as transfer pricing) and there are also some benefits related to this (such as reduced tax via double tax agreements). In this session we will be answering questions related to the practical difficulties experienced and questions arising related to international tax.


1 Hours | R99.00
Prof. Jackie Arendse

2020 Webinar: Tax Practice – On the Move - October

With this recording, we aim to bring to you, the Tax Practitioner, the latest tax practice news and latest SARS information. Each monthly interactive one-hour session will feature two parts: Segment 1: Tax News (30 minutes) Legislative updates. SARS operations and trends. SARS legal and policy. New case law. Special focus: Home office expenses for salary earners. Speaker: Jean du Toit from Tax Consulting South Africa. Summary: Each week, SAIT issues the Weekly Tax Practice Highlights to its members. The newsletter is curated weekly by SAIT’s tax experts with years of industry experience to identify, investigate, and discuss the most relevant tax-related issues that arose in the past week, and cast forward to anticipate future events. The intention is to assist tax professionals in a very practical way, not only to stay up to date but also to share a ‘behind-the-scenes' look with matters they would otherwise not be privy to. During the monthly tax news, Jean du Toit, provides a general overview and summary discussion of the past month's weekly tax practice highlights. Jean touches on legislative amendments and general tax-related events, more importantly, he focusses on SARS updates and practical operational matters. As with the Weekly Newsletter, the aim is to assist tax professionals keep up to date with changes that may affect their tax practice. Segment 2: Tax Expert(s) on Topical Matters(s) (30 minutes) Speaker: Angelika Goliger Summary: The effect of COVID-19 on the economy has necessitated the unprecedented Supplementary Budget speech, delivered on Wednesday, 24 June 2020. The concern regarding the economy has also created significant interest this year in the Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS), to be delivered by the Minister of Finance, Tito Mboweni on 28 October 2020. The MTBPS is presented to Parliament in October/November each year, and usually addresses the medium-term economic outlook, outlines fiscal policy proposals, and lists the sectorial allocations. It is critical during the current COVID-19 crisis, for the tax industry to take note of government’s priorities and proposed allocations as set out in the MTBPS. In contrast to prior years, the spend on COVID-19 related matters, and the depressive effect the pandemic had on South Africa’s economic outlook will be analysed and discussed. SAIT would like to offer members the opportunity to gain insight into the MTBPS by way of a presentation through an experienced economist, specifically focussing on the MTBPS and taxpayers. Please note that guest speakers' deliveries will be pre-recorded to limit connectivity issues, however, they will be available on the day of the webinar to answer questions live via the chat function.


1 Hours | R99.00
Angelika Goliger, Jean du Toit

Essentials of International Tax Part 4 - Basic Principles Of Double Tax Agreements

Overview This 4-part series provides an introduction to the basic principles that apply in international tax. The videos will take you through the key aspects that inform the South African tax treatment of international transactions, including &nd ash; The concept of “residence” How residents and non-residents are taxed in South Africa Basic principles of Double Tax Agreements and how to use a Double Tax Agreement. The series contains 3,25 hours of content and takes you through the main principles of international tax using examples to illustrate complex concepts. Part 1: Introduction and the concept of “residence” (30 minutes) This video introduces the series and explains how to determine whether a person is a “resident” for South African tax purposes, exploring the concepts of “ordinary residence”, “the physical presence test” and “place of effective management”. Part 2: How residents are taxed on international transactions (1 hour) In this video the presenter explains how a person that a “resident” under the Income Tax Act is taxed in South Africa on foreign income and capital gains. The video also discusses the deemed disposal that arises when a person ceases to be a resident. In addition, the video explains the principles of the foreign tax rebate provided in section 6quat of the Income Tax Act. Part 3: How non-residents are taxed in South Africa (30 minutes) The video explains how non-residents are taxed in South Africa on income and capital gains. The concept of “source” is explained and the video includes a discussion of the various withholding taxes that apply, including the dividends withholding tax, interest withholding tax, royalties withholding tax and the withholding tax on the sale of immovable property. Part 4: Basic principles of Double Tax Agreements (45 minutes) Double Tax Agreements play a crucial role in determining the tax liability on international transactions. This video explains the types of double tax and the role played by Double Tax Agreements. In the video, the presenter explains the different models and main features of Double Tax Agreements and takes you through a step-by-step process of how to apply a Double Tax Agreement in determining the South African tax liability on an international transaction.


0.75 Hours | R99.00
Prof. Jackie Arendse

Essentials of International Tax Part 3 - How Non Residents Are Taxed In SA

Overview This 4-part series provides an introduction to the basic principles that apply in international tax. The videos will take you through the key aspects that inform the South African tax treatment of international transactions, including &nd ash; The concept of “residence” How residents and non-residents are taxed in South Africa Basic principles of Double Tax Agreements and how to use a Double Tax Agreement. The series contains 3,25 hours of content and takes you through the main principles of international tax using examples to illustrate complex concepts. Part 1: Introduction and the concept of “residence” (30 minutes) This video introduces the series and explains how to determine whether a person is a “resident” for South African tax purposes, exploring the concepts of “ordinary residence”, “the physical presence test” and “place of effective management”. Part 2: How residents are taxed on international transactions (1 hour) In this video the presenter explains how a person that a “resident” under the Income Tax Act is taxed in South Africa on foreign income and capital gains. The video also discusses the deemed disposal that arises when a person ceases to be a resident. In addition, the video explains the principles of the foreign tax rebate provided in section 6quat of the Income Tax Act. Part 3: How non-residents are taxed in South Africa (30 minutes) The video explains how non-residents are taxed in South Africa on income and capital gains. The concept of “source” is explained and the video includes a discussion of the various withholding taxes that apply, including the dividends withholding tax, interest withholding tax, royalties withholding tax and the withholding tax on the sale of immovable property. Part 4: Basic principles of Double Tax Agreements (45 minutes) Double Tax Agreements play a crucial role in determining the tax liability on international transactions. This video explains the types of double tax and the role played by Double Tax Agreements. In the video, the presenter explains the different models and main features of Double Tax Agreements and takes you through a step-by-step process of how to apply a Double Tax Agreement in determining the South African tax liability on an international transaction.


0.5 Hours | R49.00
Prof. Jackie Arendse
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