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Vat for Bookkeepers 2020 - Webinar on Demand

Learning objectives By the end of this event the participant should: Have a good understanding of how VAT is administered in South Africa. Have a broad understanding of the VAT Act. Have a practical understanding of how to work with VAT in the accounting cycle. Know the penalties and interests for late submission of returns and payments due. Understand that VAT payable or refundable affects the cashflow of a business. Content The webinar will cover the following topics:  The VAT Act and VAT administration in South Africa; Compulsory and voluntary registration for VAT; Responsibilities resulting from VAT registration; Important VAT terms: taxable supplies. input tax (purchase tax). output tax (sales tax). Standard rate, zero rate and exempt supplies. What is non-allowable? Invoice basis. Payment basis. Important VAT rules: the keeping of VAT records. the preparation and presentation of invoices accounting for VAT on deposits. accounting for VAT bad debt relief. the correction of VAT errors. Interest and penalties for mistakes and delays. VAT and business cash flow.

2 Hours | R475.00
Russel Ngobeni

Practice Management: Client acceptance procedure - Webinar on demand

Learning objectives After attending this webinar you will: Know the correct client acceptance procedures. Understand how to document this procedure. Understand how this procedure assists in planning the rest of the engagem ent. Course content  Deciding on what type of client to accept. Documenting the client acceptance procedure. Using a client acceptance checklist. Incorporating client data into the engagement plan. Re-evaluating current clients.

0 Hours | R0.00
Seanego Phillemon Thupishi 

2020 Tax Relief Measures during Covid-19: Webinar 5: Consumer Markets - Webinar on demand

WEBINAR TOPICS: How the Consumer Protection Act affects the accrual of income by the taxpayer. Prepayments, section 24C, cancellations and rescheduling of events. What are the VAT and Income tax implications of various types of penalties an d additional charges levied by the suppliers of goods and services where services are cancelled or postponed by consumers? What are the VAT and income tax implications of increased levels of bad and doubtful debts? What are the income tax and VAT implications where the taxpayer incurs penalties and interest due to e.g. late payment of rent?

2 Hours | R0.00
Johan Heydenrych

IFRS for SMEs Section 23 Revenue - Webinar on demand

Learning objectives By the end of this event the participant should: Understand the purpose of IFRS for SMEs Section 23 Revenue; Understand how to recognise revenue; Understand how to measure revenue; Understand ho w to present revenue in the AFS; and Know how to disclose revenue in the AFS. Content The webinar will cover the following topics:  Overview. Recognising revenue. How to measure revenue. Presentation of revenue. Disclosure considerations.

2 Hours | R475.00
Anton van Wyk CA(SA)

Reporting Engagements - Webinar on demand

Learning objectives By the end of this event the participant should: Understand the difference between the various engagement standards Understand the common law, contract law and statutory law obligations when performing an engag ement. Understand independence as it relates to each type of engagement and other ethical considerations. Be able to accept, perform and complete the different type of engagements. Content The webinar will cover the following topics:  Independent Review vs Audit vs Agreed-upon-procedure vs Compilation. Who can perform the different types of engagements Who regulates the different types of engagements Calculating the PIS. The structure of the standards that should be applied and recent amendments. What the standard requires related to accepting, performing, completing and reporting under each engagement type. Common law, contract law, statutory law requirements for each engagement type. Code of conduct and Quality control requirements.

4 Hours | R575.00
Jako Liebenberg

2020 Tax Relief Measures during Covid-19: Webinar 3: Employer and Employee (PAYE and UIF Specific)

WEBINAR TOPICS: Understanding the application for special dispensation through which employees will receive wage payment through the Temporary Employee Relief Scheme – and unpacking the application form; PAYE payment deadlines falling w ithin the lockdown period; Understanding the SMME portal for Small Business Development where small businesses can complete a from for funding assistance with rental and operational costs – unpacking the form; Understanding the application to Temporary Employee Relief Scheme for any employees who might fall ill through exposure at their workplace; Unpacking the Easy-Aid guide for employers (reduced work time benefits/illness benefits/dependents benefits) Employers/clients who pay weekly wages - should pay their staff in advance for the duration of the lock down period and wait for compensation from the UIF and if the UIF will pay the employer or employee. How will the temporary lay-offs be treated for UIF and what is the expected turn-around time for claims to be paid? Will any electronic way of submitting these claims be made available to fast track this, as business is still concerned about the well-being of its employees in these times, even if difficult decisions need to be made. Implications of the temporary reduction of contributions to UIF and SDL. Implications of delaying 20% of the PAYE obligations by 4 months for tax compliant employers with turnover less than R50m

0 Hours | R0.00
Rob Cooper

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