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Bodies Corporate

Individuals: R 598.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Tristan White


Overview:

There is very little known about Home Owners Associations, even more so because there is no one specific Act governing the conduct of a Home Owners Association. Do you know your rights and responsibilities as trustee / director / home owner of a Home Owners Association? What are the audit requirements? Can a Home Owners Association outsource the account record keeping function to a firm? Are levies compulsory? Join us as we look at the basics of Home Owners Associations, specifically what legislation is at play; what your responsibilties are as a trustee / director over an Association; if you have any rights as a home owner; if there is a need for audit and what the accounting requirements are.


Course Content:

During this session, we will Establish a foundational understanding of what a Home-Owners Association is and who the various roleplayers are, Specifically look at any legislation that directly governs an association; and lastly, Consider the financial reporting requirements, account record keeping and audit requirements.


Course Objective:

The objective of this course is to: 1. Build a solid base for understanding the fundamental workings of a Home-Owners Association 2. Gain familiarity with any legislation applicable to Home Owners Associations 3. Understanding a Home Owners Association�s responsibility for financial record keeping / accounting and audit


Who Should Attend?

The following individuals will benefit from attending this course: Trustees / directors of a Home Owners Association Home owners of a given Association Audit managers / seniors who will audit Home Owners (no specific auditing procedures will be discussed during the session, only what the accounting / auditing requirements placed upon Associations are, per supporting legislation)

Individuals: R 885.50 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 3 hrs

Presenter: Yvonne Rossouw


Overview:

Are you aware of your extra responsibilities as the auditor of a body corporate in terms of the STSMA? The Sectional Title Schemes Management Act created new procedures to be performed by the auditor when it became effective in 2016. Join us in this webinar as we unpack these responsibilities and procedures as well as other issues an auditor might face when auditing the financial statements of a body corporate. This advanced course will benefit all seniors, managers and partners engaged in these audits. Junior trainees will also benefit.


Course Content:

The course will start by looking at the legislation applicable to Bodies Corporate and where this affects the audit. Specifically, the following sections will be discussed: Rule 21, 24 and 26 Community Schemes Ombud Services Act and its regulations, specifically looking at: Levies and fees payable Audit considerations for bodies corporate will be discussed Planning and risk assessment Field work Finalisation Taxation Provisions for Bodies Corporate This webinar is only on the principles to be followed and considered during the audit, and will not include a practical exercise on the execution of the audit engagement


Course Objective:

Individuals: R 598.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Yvonne Rossouw


Overview:

The new Sectional Title Schemes Management Act became effective on the 7 October 2016. This Act effectively removes all the governance regulations for a development scheme from the Sectional Titles Act. Some changes have been made to these rules and regulations and it is important that all bodies corporate, as well as the auditors of these, are aware of these changes. All bodies corporate need to appoint an auditor for each year and present audited financial statements at each Annual General Meeting. Audit firms, therefore, have to ensure that their staff members understand these changes and how it might affect the audit. This course is aimed at providing delegates with an understanding of the changes, in context of the Act.


Course Content:

The course will start by looking at the legislation applicable to Bodies Corporate. This includes the new Sectional Title Schemes Management Act. Specifically dealing with the differences between the new STSMA and the STA The course will also take a look at the STSMA Regulations which includes the new regulations with regards to the reserve fund and what the minimum reserve fund should be. These regulations also include the Accounting and Statutory Records requirements, which is of great importance to the auditors Community Schemes Ombud Services Act and its regulations, specifically looking at: � Levies and fees payable � Fidelity insurance Audit considerations for bodies corporates


Course Objective:

The objective of this course is to provide delegates with a basic understanding of the changes in the regulations applicable to bodies corporate. Not only will this course focus on the acts but also at some audit considerations. By the end of this session, delegates should understand the changes to the rules relating to bodies corporate.


Who Should Attend?

This training will be presented at a basic level and trustees on a bodies corporate, owners of units in a sectional title and employees performing an engagement on bodies corporate should attend. It is also recommended that Managers and Partners of an audit team attend to ensure they have an updated understanding of the new laws and regulations Please note that this webinar does not cover the entire STSMA or CSOS Acts in detail, but merely looks at the changes brought about for Bodies Corporate.

Individuals: R 885.50 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 3 hrs

Presenter: Tristan White


Overview:

Body corporates are high risk engagements for auditors and accountants, as multiple sets of legislation affect the accounting function and become relevant for audit. Are you including these accounting implications in your scope of audit work?


Course Content:

Simplify the accounting requirements which become relevant to the auditor, arising from all the following legislation: - Sectional Titles Schemes Management Act + Regulations + Rules + Annexures - Community Schemes Ombud Service Act + Regulations + Annexures Identify and clarify the audit requirements of a body corporate.


Course Objective:


Who Should Attend?

Auditors, Bookkeepers, Financial accountants, Fourth year SAICA trainees, Fifth year SAICA trainees, Audit managers, Audit partners and Engagement Quality Control Reviewers

Individuals: R 437.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 3 hrs

Presenter: Caryn Maitland


Overview:

Calling accountants, auditors and trustees that work with Bodies Corporate On the 7th October 2016 the Sectional Titles Schemes Management Act amended the Management Rules affecting how Bodies Corporate are run, managed, levied, accounted for and audited. These workshops are aimed at looking at the amendments and unpacking the implications for all parties from residents and trustees, to accountants and auditors, together with acknowledging the new role of the Community Schemes Ombudsman what hasn't changed is the income tax and VAT consequences. Although when viewed through the changed perspective of the new regulations, it is always good to go back to the basis and ensure that you are applying the income tax and VAT Acts correctly. The facilitator will also be taking you through a refresher and reminding you how the taxing of Bodies Corporate works in this 2 workshops


Course Content:

A detailed analysis of the Sectional Titles Schemes Management Act rules looking at: The key changes to the regulations The responsibilities of the trustees an members The accounting and auditing of bodies corporate The tax consequences of bodies corporate


Course Objective:

To update and refresh delegates knowledge on bodies corporate and from a legislative, assurance, accounts, and tax perspective.


Who Should Attend?

Anyone who works with bodies corporate.

Individuals: R 437.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 3 hrs

Presenter: Caryn Maitland


Overview:

Calling accountants, auditors and trustees who work with Bodies Corporate. On the 7th October 2016 the Sectional Titles Schemes Management Act amended the Management Rules affecting how Bodies Corporate are run, managed, levied, accounted for and audited. These workshops are aimed at looking at the amendments and unpacking the implications for all parties, from residents and trustees, to accountants and auditors, together with acknowledging the new role of the Community Schemes Ombudsman What hasn't changed is the income tax and VAT consequences. Although when viewed through the changed perspective of the new regulations, it is always good to go back to the basis and ensure that you are applying the income tax and VAT Acts correctly. The facilitator will also be taking you through a refresher and reminding you how the taxing of Bodies Corporate works in this 2 workshops.


Course Content:

A detailed analysis of the Sectional Titles Schemes Management Act rules looking at: The key changes to the regulations The responsibilities of the trustees and members The accounting and auditing of bodies corporate The tax consequences of bodies corporate


Course Objective:

To update and refresh delegates knowledge on bodies corporate and from a legislation, assurance, accounts, and tax perspective.


Who Should Attend?

Anyone who works with bodies corporate

Individuals: R 598.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Tristan White


Overview:

There is very little known about Home Owners Associations, even more so because there is no one specific Act governing the conduct of a Home Owners Association. Do you know your rights and responsibilities as trustee / director / home owner of a Home Owners Association? What are the audit requirements? Can a Home Owners Association outsource the account record keeping function to a firm? Are levies compulsory? Join us as we look at the basics of Home Owners Associations, specifically what legislation is at play; what your responsibilties are as a trustee / director over an Association; if you have any rights as a home owner; if there is a need for audit and what the accounting requirements are.


Course Content:

During this session, we will Establish a foundational understanding of what a Home-Owners Association is and who the various roleplayers are, Specifically look at any legislation that directly governs an association; and lastly, Consider the financial reporting requirements, account record keeping and audit requirements.


Course Objective:

The objective of this course is to: 1. Build a solid base for understanding the fundamental workings of a Home-Owners Association 2. Gain familiarity with any legislation applicable to Home Owners Associations 3. Understanding a Home Owners Association�s responsibility for financial record keeping / accounting and audit


Who Should Attend?

The following individuals will benefit from attending this course: Trustees / directors of a Home Owners Association Home owners of a given Association Audit managers / seniors who will audit Home Owners (no specific auditing procedures will be discussed during the session, only what the accounting / auditing requirements placed upon Associations are, per supporting legislation)

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