Staying up-to-date and relevant has always been critical for success. This is especially true in the tax profession where it is important that you are equipped to balance compliance and minimise tax risk on the one side and are able to ad
d value to your clients’ businesses and processes on the other.
Join Professor Jackie Arendse for the Monthly Tax Update 2020 where she will present an overview of the most important and interesting budgetary proposals that will impact individuals, households and businesses in the year to come. Being prepared for the intended and upcoming changes means being an efficient and informed tax professional who can guide clients in the right direction in the ever-changing tax environment.
As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, multinational companies will come under immense stakeholder pressure to drive profits while governments and tax authorities will become even more scrutinous about ensuring that multinational companies
are paying the taxes owed in their jurisdictions. Now is the time for multinational groups to conduct a thorough review of their processes to ensure effective monitoring and oversight of transfer pricing policies.
To help manage possible tax challenges that may arise from transfer pricing issues, the series will focus on the following key questions:
What is the arm’s-length principle?
What is the importance of a functional analysis?
What transfer pricing methods are available?
What are the current challenges of finding comparables?
What recent case law is relevant and impacts transfer pricing?
The series will also unpack recent developments and international cases on transfer pricing which will focus the development of transfer pricing in the future.
What is the arm’s-length principle? 16 September 2020
The importance of a functional analysis – 8 October 2020
Transfer pricing methods and comparability – 14 October 2020
Recent developments and cases – 19 October 2020
Resolving disputes with SARS often takes up ever-increasing amounts of time. Managing the process as efficiently as possible requires a good knowledge of the rules of the game. This webinar provides practical, useful guidance on how to na
vigate the process and effectively manage SARS queries, audits and the dispute resolution process.
The Tax Administration Act is very technical and specific. It is essential for every tax professional or business person responsible for managing tax risk, to have a good understanding of the rules and processes. This webinar explains, in understandable language and with a very practical focus, the steps to be followed and the responsibilities of the taxpayer/tax practitioner.
The course content will cover:
The audit process.
Handling SARS queries.
Managing the dispute resolution process, including:
Requests for reasons for an assessment.
Lodging an objection and the process thereafter.
What to do when there is a problem with the objection process.
The pay-now-argue-later principle and applying for a suspension of payment.
Movement of goods across the borders of the republic is an integral part of our economy. The customs environment is constantly changing and staying up-to-date with these changes are crucial. This contributes to the controversy that exists
In this webinar, we unpack the following:
SARS detention of containers:
Typical queries from SARS.
Delays at the border posts.
SARS audits – focus on valuation as well as imports from BELN countries and the upliftment for VAT purposes.
Current trends in customs.
Updates from SARS customs.
Webinars in this series:
12 October: Controversy in customs
26 October: Customs hot topic
12 November: Customs update
Broad-based black economic empowerment (B-BBEE) is expected to remain a feature of the South African business environment. Without B-BBEE ownership, it is near impossible to achieve a sustainable B-BBEE status. With South Africa now offic
ially on level 1 lockdown, with most of our economy having re-opened, this is a good time to get to grips with why B-BBEE is important and the requirements of the scorecard, how to structure sustainable B-BBEE ownership transactions that make business sense and understanding employment equity legislation.
After attending this webinar, delegates will have gained an understanding of:
An overview of the B-BBEE codes and the “why” of the legislation.
The various options that are available for small and medium-sized business to increase their B-BBEE ownership score and how to structure such transactions optimally.
Understanding employment equity and how it links to B-BBEE (including recent amendments to the Employment Equity Bill).
The session will also outline easy examples of how to structure transactions optimally from a B-BBEE perspective.
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