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Monthly legislative updates

Individuals: R 598.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Yvonne Rossouw


Overview:

In an ever-changing business environment, it is imperative that we stay up to date with changes in legislation, standards and regulations. With little time left in the day, it might be difficult to keep abreast of these changes. Let us do the time-consuming task of research for you, sit back and be informed on all the relevant changes in these two hour monthly sessions. They are designed to keep practitioners and their staff up to date with all the latest changes in the profession.


Course Content:

Taxation � SARS court cases � Draft interpretation note � Deductions in respect of improvements to land or buildings not owned by a taxpayer � Binding Private Ruling (BPR) 357 � Donations to a foreign trust of property situated outside the Republic � SARS media release - rental income � Binding Private Ruling (BPR) 361 � Asset-for-share transaction followed by an unbundling transaction � Draft interpretation note � Deduction of medical lump sum payments � Interpretation Note 14 � Allowances, advances and reimbursements � OTO on SARS timelines Company Secretarial � Requirement to voluntarily disclose solvency and liquidity test performed in the annual financial statements � Court case - CGSO and qualifying businesses Legal Update � Draft Guidance On Domestic Prominent Influential Persons And Foreign Prominent Influential Persons, Their Family Members And Known Close Associates � Other FIC guidance � Publications from the Legal Practitioners Fidelity Fund � Information regulator releases guidance on registration of Information officer � Information Regulator on WhatsApp Privacy Policy Employment Law � Restraint of Trade Agreements During Covid-19 � COIDA and domestic workers Accounting � IASB publishes proposed amendments to IFRS 13 and IAS 19 and draft guidance for developing and drafting disclosures � Auditing � Refocussed IRBA strategy aims to enhance audit quality and address gaps � IRBA's Second AQI Report � IFIAR 2020 Global Inspections Findings Survey Report


Course Objective:

After attending this course, delegates will be aware of current updates in the business environment.


Who Should Attend?

These sessions are aimed at all professionals within a business environment who might benefit from legislative updates, but specifically accounting, auditing, and tax professionals. It may also be beneficial to HR managers, as well as members of regulatory bodies who need to comply with CPD requirements.

Individuals: R 598.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Yvonne Rossouw


Overview:

In an ever-changing business environment, it is imperative that we stay up to date with changes in legislation, standards and regulations. With little time left in the day, it might be difficult to keep abreast of these changes. Let us do the time-consuming task of research for you, sit back and be informed on all the relevant changes in these two hour monthly sessions. They are designed to keep practitioners and their staff up to date with all the latest changes in the profession.


Course Content:

Taxation � SARS update on claiming home office expenses � PAYE administrative penalties � BPR 367 � Employment tax incentive � News from the tax Ombud � Taxpayer liability for capital gains tax on disposal not declared to SARS Company Secretarial � Discontinuation of enterprise search on the CIPC e-services website � Business rescue practitioners making unilateral amendments to an adopted business rescue plan � Rotation of Auditors In terms of section 92 of the Companies Act Legal Update � B-BBEE practice note Employment Law � Can employees be disciplined for participating in recent unrest Accounting � IASB proposes narrow-scope amendment to IFRS 17 � Who can still claim TERS � IASB proposes reduced disclosure requirements for subsidiaries Auditing � Assurance Fees Payable To The IRBA With Effect From 1 April 2021 � IRBA opens consultation on Enhancing Disclosures in Audit Reports � IRBA disciplinary matter matters


Course Objective:

After attending this course, delegates will be aware of current updates in the business environment.


Who Should Attend?

These sessions are aimed at all professionals within a business environment who might benefit from legislative updates, but specifically accounting, auditing, and tax professionals. It may also be beneficial to HR managers, as well as members of regulatory bodies who need to comply with CPD requirements.

Individuals: R 598.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Yvonne Rossouw


Overview:

In an ever-changing business environment, it is imperative that we stay up to date with changes in legislation, standards and regulations. With little time left in the day, it might be difficult to keep abreast of these changes. Let us do the time-consuming task of research for you, sit back and be informed on all the relevant changes in these two hour monthly sessions. They are designed to keep practitioners and their staff up to date with all the latest changes in the profession.


Course Content:


Course Objective:

After attending this course, delegates will be aware of current updates in the business environment.


Who Should Attend?

These sessions are aimed at all professionals within a business environment who might benefit from legislative updates, but specifically accounting, auditing, and tax professionals. It may also be beneficial to HR managers, as well as members of regulatory bodies who need to comply with CPD requirements.

Individuals: R 598.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Yvonne Rossouw


Overview:

In an ever-changing business environment, it is imperative that we stay up to date with changes in legislation, standards and regulations. With little time left in the day, it might be difficult to keep abreast of these changes. Let us do the time-consuming task of research for you, sit back and be informed on all the relevant changes in these two hour monthly sessions. They are designed to keep practitioners and their staff up to date with all the latest changes in the profession.


Course Content:

Taxation � SARS tax court decision � African Continental Free Trade Area � Published guide: How to download the new SARS eFiling Browser � Published manual: Return and Submission of HTML5 forms via eFiling - External Manual � Amendment Acts as promulgated on 20 January 2021 � Discussion paper - Advance Tax Rulings System � Former SARS Customs officer sentenced to an effective six years for corruption � Latest news from Tax Ombud � Company Secretarial � Disparity of registration numbers and incorporation dates � Delay in issuing certificates and filing confirmations � News from Consumer Ombud � Latest decisions from the Companies Tribunal Legal Update � Promotion of Access to information update - extension of submission of manuals Employment Law � Amendments to Basic Conditions of Employment Act and National minimum wage Acts amounts Accounting � SAICA 2021 Training regulations � IFRS educational material - Going concern�a focus on disclosure Auditing � Online submission of assurance work declaration and firm related information 2021 � IRBA public inspections report � Guidance to Highlight the Ethical and Auditing Implications Arising from Government-Backed COVID-19 Business Support Schemes General � FSCA news


Course Objective:

After attending this course, delegates will be aware of current updates in the business environment.


Who Should Attend?

These sessions are aimed at all professionals within a business environment who might benefit from legislative updates, but specifically accounting, auditing, and tax professionals. It may also be beneficial to HR managers, as well as members of regulatory bodies who need to comply with CPD requirements.

Individuals: R 598.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Yvonne Rossouw


Overview:

In an ever-changing business environment, it is imperative that we stay up to date with changes in legislation, standards and regulations. With little time left in the day, it might be difficult to keep abreast of these changes. Let us do the time-consuming task of research for you, sit back and be informed on all the relevant changes in these two hour monthly sessions. They are designed to keep practitioners and their staff up to date with all the latest changes in the profession.


Course Content:

Taxation � SAICA Article - Loan conversion into shares � UPDATE ON SARS� OPERATIONAL AND TAX ADMINISTRATION MATTERS � Interpretation Note 68 (Issue 3) � Provisions of the Tax Administration Act, 2011, that did not commence on 1 October 2012 under Proclamation No. 51 (GG 35687) � Draft Interpretation Note 91 (Issue 2) � Concession or compromise of a debt � Government agencies destroy illegally imported vehicles � Court cases � Arrest of SARS officials for alleged corruption � Tax Practitioner Connect Issues 2020 Company Secretarial and Employment Law � Companies Tribunal Judgements Legal Update � Financial Action Task Force public statement on jurisdictions under increased monitoring Employment Law � LAC on resignation to escape disciplinary action � Can employers impose mandatory COVID vaccination Auditing � IRBA, IESBA and IAASB Jointly Issue Staff Guidance on Navigating the Heightened Risks of Fraud and Other Illicit Activities During the COVID-19 Pandemic � IAASB Communique Details Plans to Develop Separate Standard for Audits of Less Complex Entities General � FSCA news


Course Objective:

After attending this course, delegates will be aware of current updates in the business environment.


Who Should Attend?

These sessions are aimed at all professionals within a business environment who might benefit from legislative updates, but specifically accounting, auditing, and tax professionals. It may also be beneficial to HR managers, as well as members of regulatory bodies who need to comply with CPD requirements.

Individuals: R 598.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Yvonne Rossouw


Overview:

In an ever-changing business environment, it is imperative that we stay up to date with changes in legislation, standards and regulations. With little time left in the day, it might be difficult to keep abreast of these changes. Let us do the time-consuming task of research for you, sit back and be informed on all the relevant changes in these two hour monthly sessions. They are designed to keep practitioners and their staff up to date with all the latest changes in the profession.


Course Content:

Taxation � Binding Class Ruling (BCR) 077 � Capital gains tax consequences of in specie distribution by company to its shareholders � BPR 366 � Distribution in specie of shares � Guide on the Determination of Medical Tax Credits (Issue 12) � Comprehensive Guide to Dividends Tax (Issue 4) � Average Exchange Rates Tables � Draft Binding General Ruling � Purchase of different types of annuities at retirement � SARS's Cease to be a Resident webpage � Draft Public Notice � Electronic form of record keeping Company Secretarial � The SCA on Conflicts of interest within the context of business rescue � List of Accredited Professional Bodies whose members are eligible to be licensed as business rescue practitioners as at 01 June 2021 � Notice To All Close Corporations Without Accounting Officer Legal Update � POPI and PAIA update and extensions � Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) legal practitioner�s inspections Accounting � SAICA Retention of records guide updated Auditing � New Quality Management Implementation Guides � Proposed Conforming and Consequential Amendments to IRBA Pronouncements arising from the International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board's (IAASB) Quality Management Standards � Audit Development Programme Reloaded Phase 1


Course Objective:

After attending this course, delegates will be aware of current updates in the business environment.


Who Should Attend?

These sessions are aimed at all professionals within a business environment who might benefit from legislative updates, but specifically accounting, auditing, and tax professionals. It may also be beneficial to HR managers, as well as members of regulatory bodies who need to comply with CPD requirements.

Individuals: R 632.50 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Yvonne Rossouw


Overview:

In an ever-changing business environment, it is imperative that we stay up to date with changes in legislation, standards and regulations. With little time left in the day, it might be difficult to keep abreast of these changes. Let us do the time-consuming task of research for you, sit back and be informed on all the relevant changes in these two hour monthly sessions. They are designed to keep practitioners and their staff up to date with all the latest changes in the profession.


Course Content:

Taxation � Submissions of ITR for the 2021 year � Draft IN 28 (Issue 3) � Deductions of home office expenses incurred by persons in employment or persons holding an office � Interpretation Note 93 (Issue 3) � The taxation of foreign dividends � Interpretation Note 117 � Taxation of the receipts of deposits � List of Qualifying Physical Impairment or Disability Expenses (Draft for Public Comment) � Latest Tax Practitioner Connect � SARS court case - Loyalty programs � Other court judgements Company Secretarial � CIPC notices


Course Objective:

After attending this course, delegates will be aware of current updates in the business environment.


Who Should Attend?

These sessions are aimed at all professionals within a business environment who might benefit from legislative updates, but specifically accounting, auditing, and tax professionals. It may also be beneficial to HR managers, as well as members of regulatory bodies who need to comply with CPD requirements.

Individuals: R 598.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Yvonne Rossouw


Overview:

In an ever-changing business environment, it is imperative that we stay up to date with changes in legislation, standards and regulations. With little time left in the day, it might be difficult to keep abreast of these changes. Let us do the time-consuming task of research for you, sit back and be informed on all the relevant changes in these two hour monthly sessions. They are designed to keep practitioners and their staff up to date with all the latest changes in the profession.


Course Content:

Some of the topics for this months agenda are: Taxation � VAT Section 72 Decisions Process Reference Guide � Binding General Ruling (BGR) 56 � Application for a decision under section 72 � CIT Audit letters � SARS court cases Legal Update � Legal practice council rule amendments Employment Law � Unemployment Insurance Fund Introduces e-Compliance Certificate Online System Accounting � SAICA Revised IFRS Circular 1/2021 � Headline Earnings � IASB publishes proposed amendments to IAS 21 to clarify the accounting when there is a lack of exchangeability Auditing � Final IESBA revisions to code - Non assurance services and fee-related provisions � IRBA disciplinary matters


Course Objective:

After attending this course, delegates will be aware of current updates in the business environment.


Who Should Attend?

These sessions are aimed at all professionals within a business environment who might benefit from legislative updates, but specifically accounting, auditing, and tax professionals. It may also be beneficial to HR managers, as well as members of regulatory bodies who need to comply with CPD requirements.

Individuals: R 598.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Yvonne Rossouw


Overview:

In an ever-changing business environment, it is imperative that we stay up to date with changes in legislation, standards and regulations. With little time left in the day, it might be difficult to keep abreast of these changes. Let us do the time-consuming task of research for you, sit back and be informed on all the relevant changes in these two hour monthly sessions. They are designed to keep practitioners and their staff up to date with all the latest changes in the profession.


Course Content:

Taxation VAT Fraud sentence SARS court cases New Estates webpage SARS� Right To Liquidate A Taxpayer Update On SARS' Operational And Tax Administration Matters Ranking of tax debts in a business rescue Company Secretarial and Employment Law Companies Tribunal judgements Unilateral change of retirement age Accounting SAICA CPD declarations SAICA member portal Applying IFRS Standards in 2020� impact of covid-19 Auditing AICPA, IESBA and IAASB Staff Jointly Issue Guidance on Important Considerations Regarding the Use of Specialists in the COVID-19 Environment IAASB discussion paper - Fraud and going concern


Course Objective:

After attending this course, delegates will be aware of current updates in the business environment.


Who Should Attend?

These sessions are aimed at all professionals within a business environment who might benefit from legislative updates, but specifically accounting, auditing, and tax professionals. It may also be beneficial to HR managers, as well as members of regulatory bodies who need to comply with CPD requirements.

Individuals: R 563.50 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Yvonne Rossouw


Overview:

In an ever-changing business environment, it is imperative that we stay up to date with changes in legislation, standards and regulations. With little time left in the day, it might be difficult to keep abreast of these changes. Let us do the time-consuming task of research for you, sit back and be informed on all the relevant changes in these two hour monthly sessions. They are designed to keep practitioners and their staff up to date with all the latest changes in the profession.


Course Content:

Taxation Extended PAYE relief due to COVID Importation of a second-hand vehicle - documentation requirements Updated guide: Manage Value Added Tax on Imported Services SARS court cases Binding Private Ruling (BPR) 352 � Taxation of employees participating in an option programme Binding General Ruling (BGR) 55 � Sale of dwellings by fixed property developers following a change in use adjustment under section 18(1) or 18B(3) Binding Private Ruling (BPR) 354 � Cash grants to an employee incentive trust and the transfer of share awards to qualifying employees Guide on Third Party Appointments via eFiling Company Secretarial and Consumer Related Issues Submission of Annual Financial Statements using Generally Recognized Accounting Principles (GRAP) in XBRL The JSE issues further guidance on disclosure obligations Court case - analyses of debt prescription Employment Law The importance of consistent discipline Flagging an employee for allegation of misconduct Auditing Publications from LPFF regarding Legal practitioners trust account EAAB waiver and deadline Non-authoritative support for using automated tools and techniques when performing audit procedures


Course Objective:

After attending this course, delegates will be aware of current updates in the business environment.


Who Should Attend?

These sessions are aimed at all professionals within a business environment who might benefit from legislative updates, but specifically accounting, auditing, and tax professionals. It may also be beneficial to HR managers, as well as members of regulatory bodies who need to comply with CPD requirements

Individuals: R 517.50 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Yvonne Rossouw


Overview:

In an ever-changing business environment, it is imperative that we stay up to date with changes in legislation, standards and regulations. With little time left in the day, it might be difficult to keep abreast of these changes. Let us do the time-consuming task of research for you, sit back and be informed on all the relevant changes in these two hour monthly sessions. They are designed to keep practitioners and their staff up to date with all the latest changes in the profession.


Course Content:

Taxation � Draft Interpretation Note on Disposal of Assets by Deceased Person, Deceased Estate and Transfer of Assets between Spouses � Draft Tax Exemption Guide for Institutions, Boards or Bodies � Draft Tax Exemption Guide for Companies Wholly Owned by Institutions, Boards or Bodies � Latest Tax Practitioner newsletter � Emergency tax relief - second batch of draft bills � Draft Interpretation Note � Reduced Assessments: Meaning of �Readily Apparent Undisputed Error� � Director held accountable for VAT of company � Crypto Assets and Tax Company Secretarial � Notice to Accounting and Auditing professional bodies on reportable irregularities � Section 45 financial assistance and the recent Steinhoff court case � Directorship disputes decided by the Tribunal Legal Update � The LPC extends the dates for submission of trust account audit reports � Trade union representative at CCMA Employment Law � Temporary relief scheme for looted employers Auditing � IRBA guide on the implementation of search and seizure provisions published for comment


Course Objective:

After attending this course, delegates will be aware of current updates in the business environment.


Who Should Attend?

These sessions are aimed at all professionals within a business environment who might benefit from legislative updates, but specifically accounting, auditing, and tax professionals. It may also be beneficial to HR managers, as well as members of regulatory bodies who need to comply with CPD requirements.

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