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This seminar will focus on South African employees rendering services outside of South Africa, including the individual and employees’ tax implications, assignment related documentation, allowances and benefits typically provided to outbound expatriate employees, international mobility policy development to standardise the processes and procedures to be followed in respect of an assignee’s relocation, the entitlement to assignment related benefits and allowances, repatriation and reintegration

2014/03/19
When: 19 March 2014
From 13:00pm until 16:30pm
Where: KPMG Crescent Auditorium
Parktown
Johannesburg, Gauteng 
South Africa
Presenter: 85 Empire Road
Contact: Ingrid Erwee


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OVERVIEW:

This seminar will focus on South African employees rendering services outside of South Africa, including the individual and employees’ tax implications, assignment related documentation, allowances and benefits typically provided to outbound expatriate employees, international mobility policy development to standardise the processes and procedures to be followed in respect of an assignee’s relocation, the entitlement to assignment related benefits and allowances, repatriation and reintegration of the assignee and the immigration implications (visa/work permit applications). This seminar will also include an overview of recent legislative amendments and the 2014 Budget proposals impacting inbound and outbound expatriate.


COURSE CONTENT:

Key topics to be discussed include:

1. Inbound and outbound expatriate employees:

  • Recent legislative amendments
  • Budget 2014

2. South African employees rendering services outside of South Africa including:

  • Individual and employees’ tax implications for the employee and employer, respectively;
  • Allowances and benefits typically provided to outbound expatriate employees;
  • Assignment related documentation (secondment agreements etc);
  • International mobility policy development to standardise the –
  • Processes and procedures to be followed in respect of an assignee’s relocation;
  • Entitlement to assignment related benefits and allowances.
  • Repatriation and reintegration policies and procedures.
  • The immigration implications (visas, work permit applications etc.)

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

 

 


 

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