Reciprocal Membership Benefits
SAIT is a full member of the International Tax Directors’ Forum (ITDF), and hence its professional members enjoy reciprocal membership benefits of ITDF member countries'.
How does it work?SAIT members who may be on a secondment or other fixed term assignment to another country which has an Institute member of the ITDF, enjoy all the membership benefits and support of the visiting country. By way of example, a SAIT member participating in this secondment arrangement will be placed on the mailing lists of the ‘visiting’ Institute and the SAIT member will receive the benefits available to the visiting Institute’s membership. The member will also be entitled to any discounts granted on products/services provided on a fee-paying basis to ‘visiting’ Institute members.
The eligible member will also be invited to an orientation meeting with representatives of the ‘visiting’ Institute which will cover such matters as; the tax system, the structure of the Revenue authority, the profile of the tax profession, the services provided by the Institute and networking suggestions.
SAIT members in good standing has reciprocal benefits of the following international tax professional bodies:
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