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Non-profit organisations: Important tax law frameworks
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Interest-free loans appear to be receiving renewed attention from SARS, especially those between companies and shareholders that could have had STC implications prior to the introduction of dividends tax. This webinar training session will highlight the current law, including case law, relating to interest-free loans. The session aims to equip delegates with the know-how to advise clients on effectively making use of interest-free loans without attracting unnecessary tax implications.

2013/03/27
When: 2013/03/27
15:00pm - 17:00pm
Where: Webinar online session: 2 hours verifiable output CPD
Presented live from
Gauteng
South Africa
Contact: Sylvia Motaung
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Understanding and working within the frameworks set by tax laws by Pieter van der Zwan
Overview

Non-profit organisations exist widely and can play a significant upliftment role in the South African economy. The tax law relating to these entities, particularly entities that are only partially exempt, such as public benefit organisations, has developed over time to become rather complex.

This webinar training session will highlight the current law, including interpretation notes, relating to the taxation of exempt entities (other than state institutions). In particular, the session will focus on the taxation of partially exempt entities such as public benefit organisations and body corporates. The session aims to equip delegates with the know-how to advise clients on effectively making use of the entities concessions available to these entities within the framework set by the relevant tax laws.

Presenter

Professor Pieter van der Zwan

Pieter is an associate professor at the North-West University (NWU) where he is the leader of the Taxation Program. He teaches taxation to honours chartered accountancy and masters degree students. He received the award as the best lecturer on the NWU's Potchefstroom Campus in 2011.

He is a qualified Chartered Accountant. He completed his articles at KPMG and spend time in KPMG’s technical department after completing his articles. Since joining the NWU, Pieter has been involved in private practice as a technical advisor to audit firms and companies on tax and IFRS matters. In addition, he has also presented numerous tax and IFRS seminars and workshops to auditors, accountants and finance divisions of companies over the past 4 years.

Pieter has published a number of articles in accredited academic journals and also makes regular contributions to tax and accountancy magazines (including TaxTalk).

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