Online Session: Managing Current Challenges in International Tax
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|Venue ||Online - Microsoft Teams|
|Date ||Tuesday 16th March 2021|
|Time ||11:00 - 14:00|
|Information ||International tax is becoming a more commonly-encountered area for many taxpayers tax practitioners and business people due to increased global mobility of workers and the increase in cross-border transactions. It is essential to understand the principles that apply and be apple to identify high-risk aspects of international transactions.
This 3-hour webinar covers the main principles of international tax and highlights complex areas that need to be carefully managed in order to avoid costly disputes including SARS penalties and interest.
The main topics that will be covered are as follows:
The concept of “residence”: who is/is not a SA tax resident and how does one
change tax residence?
When and how is a SA resident taxed in SA on foreign income and capital
Tax consequences when a person ceases to be a resident
Specific exemptions and provisions including the foreign employment income
exemption pension exemptions rules for accessing retirement savings etc
Relief for double taxation on SA residents
When and how is a non-SA resident taxed in SA?
How do Withholding taxes operate in SA?
Double tax agreements: Basic principles
Note: This course is not refundable by the HRDC as it is being broadcasted from our Johannesburg office.
B Acc (Wits) M Acc (Tax) (UKZN) Chartered Accountant (SA) PhD (Accounting) (Rhodes) After completing her training at Deloitte and qualifying as a Chartered Accountant, Jackie was Group Financial Accountant for a top-100 listed company before moving to academia in where she developed her skills as an academic, authoring, lecturing and researching on a wide range of tax areas and also completing her Masters and Phd qualifications. During that time, she served as Project Director: Tax at the South African Institute of Chartered Account-ants (SAICA) between 2004 and 2006, managing relationships with key stakeholders (especially SARS and National Treasury), enhancing SAICA members’ tax competence and representing SAICA in discussions with Government on tax policy and legislation. Jackie was appointed as Head of the School of Accountancy at Wits University from 2009 until 2013 and then Head of the Department of Accounting at Rhodes University from 2014 until 2020. She now works as an independent consultant, trainer and tax specialist and is a sought-after presenter of tax seminars and webinars. Jackie has presented tax training to tax practitioners, entrepreneurs and businesses around the country for many years and has authored numerous books, articles and publications in the field of taxation including Silke on South African Income Tax. She is the managing author of Silke on Tax Administration, published
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|CPD Units ||3 units on full attendance|
|Seats Left ||45|
|Price ||Rs 1500 |
|Booking Deadline ||Tuesday 16th March 2021|
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