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How to automate your company secretarial practice with InfoDocs webinar on demand

Learning objectives    By the end of this event the participant will:  Know how to file annual returns in half the time;  Know how to change a registered address (including minutes and resolution);  Know how to record a share allotment (including registers and certificates); and  Know how to securely share access with your client.  Content  The webinar will cover the following topics:   Filing annual returns quicker.  Changing registered details and other information.  Recording share allotments.  Sharing access. 


0 Hours | R0.00
Joshua Alexandre

Monthly Compliance and Legislation Update Webinar on demand

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 o n how to stay compliant;  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:   SARS: Guides (new, updated & issued): VAT Rulings Process Reference Guide (Issue 2) VAT Reference Guide for Foreign Donor Funded Projects Comprehensive Guide to Capital Gains Tax (Issue 8) Interpretation Notes (updated & issued): Draft Interpretation Note – VAT consequences of points-based loyalty programmes Binding Rulings (Private/Class/General) issued: BPR 341 – Distribution of a bank account as dividend in specie   BPR 342 – Donation by a resident to a foreign trust of property received from another foreign trust Notices and other publications issued: SARS issues Explanatory Notes on Further COVID19 Tax measures SARS Q&As for Employers on COVID19 Tax Relief Updated Table of interest rates: Table 3 – Rates at which interest-free or low interest loans are subject to income tax (reduced on 30 April 2020) Employer Annual Reconciliations - Remember the deadline of 31 May 2020 Tax Court cases: None High Court cases: None Constitutional Court cases: None Supreme Court of Appeal cases: Telkom SA SOC Limited v CSARS (Losses or gains caused by foreign exchange fluctuations) Diageo South Africa (Pty) Ltd v CSARS (single supply of advertising and promotional goods and services to non-resident entities and the applicability of deeming provision applied to goods portion of the supply) CSARS v United Manganese of Kalahari (Pty) Ltd (royalty calculation based on gross sales determined in terms of section 6(2)(b)) IFRS: Standards – What’s new? IFRS Monthly news summary Accounting issues ASB Guide: Accounting for COVID-19 Application of IFRS Standards in light of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Uncertainty: Going concern With reference to all 12 sets of SAICA Educational Material re COVID-19 Financial Reporting IRBA: Guidance: Guide for Registered Auditors – Engagements on LP Trust Accounts (Revised March 2020) IRBA shares guidance with auditors on the implications of COVID-19 on audits and auditors The impact of COVID-19 on Auditor Reporting: Going Concern The impact of COVID-19 on File Assembly (Archiving) Standards: None Legal/Ethics: IESBA - Staff Q&A: COVID-19 Ethics & Independence Considerations Other: IAASB Staff Alert – Audit Considerations Arising from Changes Due to Coronavirus IAASB Support Material – Audit Documentation when using Automated Tools and Techniques CIPC: Notices and Practice Notes issued (enforcement and to customers): Notice 20 of 2020 – Available automated services Notice 21 of 2020 – Company, Close corporation and Co-operative services during Government lock down of South Africa Notice 22 of 2020 – Intellectual Property Notice 23 of 2020 – Recommencement of Services Labour Law: Employment law: Employment Revival Guide (Alert Level 4 Regulations) Updated COVID-19 The Employment Survival Guide Other Laws & Regulations affecting your client AND impact on NOCLAR: This month’s big 5 include: The Disaster Management Act: COVID-19 regulations; The Disaster Management Act: COVID-19 directions for workplaces; The Disaster Management Act: COVID-19 directions for communication and digital technologies sector; The Meat Safety Act: Draft amendment to which animals the Act applies; and The Medicines and Related Substances Act: Exemption from 6 month dispensing requirement Other Acts and articles: Department of Labour released Occupational Health and Safety Measures to reduce and eliminate the escalation of COVID-19 infections in workplaces COVID-19 Potential points of impact on businesses COIDA update: Increase of maximum amount of earnings on which the assessment of the employer shall be calculated (effective from 1 March 2020) Return of Earnings revised prescribed form 2020 – W.As 8 Remember that the 2019 ROE Submission has been extended to 31 May 2020 Compensation Fund released CompEasy FAQs: External user during the reporting of an IOD claim Regulator news: IRBA News & press releases: IRBA opens a COVID-19 webpage IRBA shares guidance with auditors on the implications of COVID-19 on audits and auditors COVID-19 Newsletter Auditors Report IRBA News #49 SAICA press releases & other publications: The SAICA Companies Act Guide (released April 2020) SAICA comments on IRBA Guide on Legal Practitioners Trust Accounts SAICA opens a very comprehensive COVID-19 webpage SAICA FAQs – The impact of COVID-19 on audit considerations SAICA Media release on CoVID-19 TERS misunderstanding Tools that can assist in running your business Companies Tribunal: Submission of Applications during COVID-19 Lockdown 3 Decisions reached on cases heard (0 Name disputes, 2 AGM, 1 Exemption from SEC, 0 Directorship dispute, 0 Reviews) CSOS: Notice to Bodies Corporate on Disconnection of services Competition Tribunal: None SAIBA: None FIC Advisory & Guidance: Innovation Hub launched to promote responsible innovation in the South African financial sector Media statement on the release of the Intergovernmental Fintech Working Group’s (IFWG) Position Paper on Crypto Assets LPC: Extension of submission date for trust account auditors’ reports LPFF: List of banks that have entered into a banking arrangement with the Fund List of recoverable and non-recoverable bank charges (Issued in 2009) FASSET: Mandatory Grant submission deadline has been extended to 31 May 2020 CGSO & National Consumer Commission: CGSO Quarterly Newsletter (January to March 2020) SARS media releases: How to contact SARS with debt queries SARS opens a COVID-19 Media page FSCA publications & press releases: FSCA takes several enforcement actions against Leon Goosen Verskeringsmakelaars CC, including license withdrawal and an administrative penalty of R1,2 million 4 Warnings issued to the public against fraudulent FSPs General Announcements / News Releases: Media articles: How Accountants can help to reshape the world because of COVID-19 Mental health for CAs in challenging times


2 Hours | R195.00
Lettie Janse van Vuuren

5 Steps to Launching & Maintaining a successful virtual firm webinar on demand

Overview With most companies working from home at the moment, it’s more important now than ever to make sure your business is lined up for success in a remote working environment. Join us on 5th May, where Jason Blumer, a virtual fir m expert will be walking us through his ‘5 Steps to Launching & Maintaining a Successful Virtual Firm’. We’ll cover: The proactive ideal model of a virtual firm - a strategic move that takes a lot of planning  The reactive surprise model - What to do and what not to do to set yourself up for success now and in the future  Jason Blumer is the CEO of a virtual accounting firm, Blumer CPAs. He is also the Founder of the Thriveal CPA Network, helping entrepreneurial accounting firm owners to connect, learn from each other, and grow. There will be worksheets for you to download, to make this a truly interactive and useful session. Don’t miss out on an excellent opportunity to learn how to do things right and turn the remote working environment to your advantage.


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Jason Blumer

How to file an annual return in half the time with InfoDocs webinar on demand

Learning objectives By the end of this event the attendee will: Understand the requirements of Section 33 of the Companies Act 71 of 2008; Understand the requirements of Section 30 of the Companies Regulations of 2011; Know who is requir ed to submit annual returns and whether to submit with AFS or FAS; Know how to calculate annual return fees; Know how to check when annual returns are due or outstanding; and Know how to submit annual returns in half the time. Content The webinar will cover the following topics: Section 33 of the Companies Act 71 of 2008 explained. Section 30 of the Companies Regulations of 2011 explained. Requirements for submitting annual returns: With AFS, or With FAS? Calculating CIPC annual return fees. Checking annual return fees due dates. Submitting annual returns 2 times quicker!


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Joshua Alexandre

Practice Management - The Code of Ethics, Quality Control and NOCLAR webinar on demand

Learning objectives  By the end of this webinar you should understand: Ethical standards based on a professional code of conduct. Quality control for practices performing audits, reviews of financial statements and other agreed upon p rocedures. NOCLAR - what it is, laws applicable to it and who it applies to. Content The webinar will cover the following topics in detail:  Ethical standards and considerations in terms of a professional code of conduct. New and revised rules adopted by professional bodies. The IAASB and quality control. Quality control for audits, reviews and other engagements.  NOCLAR What are the laws and regulations applicable to it? Who does it apply to? What is it and what are its objectives?


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Prof.Humphrey Gowar

How to get a minimum of 2 new clients every month from LinkedIn webinar on demand

Learning objectives   By the end of this event the participant should:  Understand how to identify and find their ideal client;  Know how to position their services for success;  Know how to b uild an automated lead generation funnel; and   Know how to create new clients every single month on autopilot.  Content  The webinar will cover the following topics:   Identifying your ideal client.  Finding your ideal client.  Digital marketing defined.  Harnessing the power of digital marketing.  Receiving new clients on autopilot! 


0 Hours | R0.00
James Molfetas

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