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Monthly Compliance and Legislation Update - October

Learning objectives  After attending this webinar you will: Be aware of the latest legislative changes and what it means for your business, practice, and your clients; Be able to inform your staff and clients on how to stay comp liant; Adapt business models to fit new legislative landscapes; Receive references to documents and guides;  Have access to your own technical resource; and  Have access to the presenter via email for follow-up Q & A. Content  These are examples of the topics covered that will include legislative, regulatory, industry standards, items and guides that have been issued and/or updated during the preceding month and will be covered in the webinar:  Accounting: Updates regarding financial reporting and the accounting pronouncements, e.g. proposed and effective changes to International Accounting Standards (IAS), IFRS, IFRS for SMEs, etc. It also encompasses important news from IFAC, SAICA, standard-setting authorities and other relevant role players in the financial reporting field. Auditing and assurance services: Updates regarding new auditing pronouncements, e.g. proposed and effective changes to International Standards of Auditing (ISAs), South African Auditing Practice Statements (SAAPS), etc. It also encompasses important news from IRBA and other relevant role players about assurance services (i.e. auditing and independent review), non-assurance services, etc. Company secretarial: Updates and important notices released by CIPC, the Companies Tribunal and the Compliance Unit. It may also include general information on upcoming deadlines and other relevant information regarding the performance of company secretarial and related services. Employment law: This usually includes updates to the BCEA, sector-specific determinations setting out minimum wage rates, as well as publications containing lessons to be learnt from case law and judgments, e.g. CCMA, Labour Court, Supreme Court of Appeal, etc. Other laws and regulations: This usually includes publications regarding various other Laws and Regulations, e.g. BBBEE, Consumer Protection Act, National Credit Act, Occupational Health and Safety Act, etc. Overview of SAICA Big 5 for SMPs: Overview of the developments in the profession as highlighted by SAICA e.g. NCR Guidance, Draft Acts, Regulations, Bills, Amendment Acts, Government Gazette Notices, etc. Taxation: Overview of the developments in the tax profession as highlighted by SAIT e.g. new income tax pronouncements, interpretation notes, guides, etc. It also encompasses important news about SARS operations,eFiling, etc. Regulatory news: Updates to notices, articles, guides and press releases from relevant regulators in our industry, e.g. IRBA, SAICA, SAIT, FIC, FSB,JSE,LawSociety SA and Fidelity Fund, Estate Agency Affairs Board (EAAB), SAIBA, FRSC etc. General announcements: Includes notices, articles and press releases from relevant stakeholders, e.g. ombudsman, etc. It also encompasses important news about SARS operations,eFiling, Newspaper articles, Technical magazines, Regulators issuing general news items, General media articles.


2 Hours | R195.00
Caryn Maitland

IAS 38 Intangible Assets

Learning objectives By the end of this event the participant should: Understand the scope of IAS 38Intangible Assets; Understandthe IAS 38 definition of intangible assets; Understand the accounting treatment of intangible assets under IAS 38; and Know how to recognise and measure intangible assets under IAS 38. Content The webinar will cover the following topics:  IAS 38 scope. Definition of "intangible assets". How to identify an intangible asset. How to recognise an intangible asset. Measurement of an intangible asset. Disclosure of intangible assets.


2 Hours | R195.00
Anton van Wyk CA(SA)

Tech Talk with Caryn: Companies Act and Legislation Update

Learning objectives By the end of this event the participant should: Have a working knowledge of the current position of key legislation; Have a practical approach to handling these statutes in their day to day lives; Understand the impl ications of non-compliance and enforcement; and Have useful information to communicate to their organisation and client base. Content The webinar will cover the following topics: Companies Act and proposed amendments. The Protection of Personal Information (POPI) Act. The Disaster Management Act as affected. Regulator News. Other matters of interest.


2 Hours | R195.00
Caryn Maitland

IFRS for SME Section 27 Impairment of Assets

Learning objectives By the end of this event the participant should: Understand the requirements ofIFRS for SMEs Section 27Impairment of Assets; Know how to practically perform impairment testing on assets; and Know how to disclose impairment. Content The webinar will cover the following topics:  Scope ofIFRS for SMEs Section 27Impairment of Assets. Asset impairment indicators. Impairment of inventories. Impairment of other assets. Goodwill impairment. Disclosure.


2 Hours | R195.00
Anton van Wyk CA(SA)

The practice managers guide to running a successful practice


0 Hours | R0.00
Nestene Botha CA(SA)

Technology in Bookkeeping

Learning objectives By the end of this event the participant should: Know that new technology is changing the old way of doing things; Understand current tech trends in the field of accounting; Understand what this means in practical ter ms; Understand key strategic moves that will ensure survival; and Gain practical insight on various tech that may be used to run the accounting practice. Content The webinar will cover the following topics: Tech trends in the accounting sector. What is Artificial Intelligence (AI)? AI and the bookkeeper/accountant. Harnessing the power of new tech. Strategic moves for survival. Consideration of the POPI Act and other cyber security legislation.


2 Hours | R195.00
Russel Ngobeni
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