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4th National Tax Conference - The Tax Administration Act, 2011 - 16 and 17 May - (19/04 Onwards)
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The Tax Administration Act is a major piece of legislation that will affect every single person responsible for tax in South Africa. While the overall aim of the Act is to incorporate into one piece of legislation certain generic administrative provisions that were previously duplicated in various tax acts, the TAA does much more besides this, including significantly extending SARS' powers.

2013/05/15
When: 2013/05/15
08:00 - 17:00
Where: Sandton Convention Centre
8 Fredman Drive
Sandton
Johannesburg, Gauteng  2196
South Africa
Contact: Nadia du Plessis


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OVERVIEW:

The Tax Indaba is an event that is aimed at addressing pertinent issues related to all aspects of tax. These issues will be tackled in both the strategic and practical levels with the aim of benefitting you. The focus of the Indaba is to “bridge the gap between tax practitioners, corporate tax advisors and regulators”.  

This is definitely the tax event to attend.  It is the only one of its kind, as it is the collaborative work of a number of associations:
Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)
Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT(SA)
Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA)
Chartered Secretaries Southern Africa (CSSA)
Institute of Accounting and Commerce (IAC)
South African Institute of Tax Practitioners (SAIT)

The involvement of all of these associations ensures a diverse and informative event.  Taking place over five days, Tax Indaba 2014 gathers expert presenters from all over the world and from the various disciplines in tax.  It is an event that no one involved in South African tax can afford to miss!

There are various issues and changes that impact on tax practitioners, both corporate and individual. The Indaba gives you an opportunity to enhance your knowledge on the latest tax matters and developments making it easy for you to improve your understanding and be able to comply with regulatory requirements.  The Indaba will be streamed, allowing you to choose those sessions that will benefit you most whether you are a taxpayer, practitioner, investor or in-house tax professional.

COURSE CONTENT:

Key topics to be discussed include:
  • Strategic overview on South African tax
  • Tax Administration Act
  • Mining Tax Stream
  • Personal Income Tax Stream
  • Tax Risk Management  
  • International Tax

Be sure to book your seat now to ensure that you are part of this industry gathering tackling the latest regulatory requirements and many other tax issues affecting the South African market.


WHO SHOULD ATTEND
  • Financial Director
  • Chief Financial Officer
  • Financial Manager
  • Financial Analyst
  • General Manager: Tax
  • Tax Accountant
  • Tax Advisor
  • Tax Manager
  • Tax Controller
  • Taxation Specialist
  • Tax Auditor
  • Auditor
  • Accountant

PRESENTER/S:

  • Judge Dennis Davis, Chair,  Davis Committee
  • Adv. Eric Mkhawane, CEO, Tax Ombud
  • Logan Wort, Executive Secretary, African Tax Administration Forum
  • Clem Sunter
  • Prof. Jackie Arendse, Visiting Associate Professor, University of the Witwatersrand
  • Mike Schὕssler, Director, Economists.co.za
  • Prof. Chris Evans, Professor, School of Taxation and Business Law Australian School of Business
  • Prof. Mathew Lester
  • Alvin Mosioma, Executive Director, Tax Justice Network- Africa (Kenya)
  • Patrick Zimba Mawire, Senior Tax Manager - International Operations Middle East, Africa, Turkey & India, GE Transportation
  • Lwandile Makaula, Chief Advisor: Group Tax, Eskom Holdings
  • Prof. Pieter van der Zwan, Associate Professor, North West University
  • Di Seccombe, National Head: Tax Training and Seminars, Mazars
  • Keith Engel, Partner, EY
  • Dr. Beric Croome, Tax  Executive, Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs
  • Ben-Schoeman Geldenhuys, Director, KPMG South Africa
  • Adv. Leon J Bekker, Maisels Group
  • Bill Joubert, Director, Deloitte
  • Kyle Mandy, Head Tax Technical Director, PwC
  • Dawid van den Berg
  • Dale Cridlan, Director, Norton Rose Fulbright South Africa
  • Ernest Mazansky, Director, Werksmans Tax
  • Johan van der Walt, Director: Tax, DLA Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr
  • Veli Ntombela, Head of Tax, Sizwe Ntsalube Gobodo
  • Graeme Saggers, Director, Nolands Advisory Services Africa
  • And more

 

EVENT INVESTMENT:

Price: Register before 11April 2014 Register between 12 April 2014 and 16 May 2014 Register after 23 May 2014
Five days

R7 499(+VAT @ 14%)= R8 548.86

SAVE R2000

R7 999(+VAT @ 14%)= R9 118.86

SAVE R1000

R8 499(+VAT @ 14%)= R9 688.86
Four days

R5 999(+14% VAT)= R6 838.86

SAVE R2000

R6 499+(14% VAT)= R7 408.86

SAVE R1000

 R6 999(+14% VAT)= R7 978.86
Three days

 R4 499(+14% VAT)= R5 128.86

SAVE R1 000

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SAVE R500

 R5 499(+14% VAT)= R6 268.86
Two days

 R2 999(+14% VAT)= R3 418.86

SAVE R1000

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SAVE R500

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One day

R1 499(+ 14% VAT)= R1 708.86

SAVE R1000

 R1 999(+14% VAT)= R2 278.86

SAVE R500

R2 499(+14% VAT)= R2 848.86

 


 


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WHY REGISTER WITH SAIT?

Section 240A of the Tax Administration Act, 2011 (as amended) requires that all tax practitioners register with a recognized controlling body before 1 July 2013. It is a criminal offense to not register with both a recognized controlling body and SARS.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS TO REGISTER

The Act requires that a minimum academic and practical requirments be set to register with a controlling body. Click here for the minimum requirements of SAIT.

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