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2015 Webinar: New in the Tax field: Barter Transactions & Debit Loans
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2015/06/22
When: 22 June 2015
From 15:00 until 17:00
Where: webina online session
Presented live from
South Africa
Contact: Silvia Motaung


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Overview

Join us on the 22nd of June to cover what is new in the tax field.

The following topics will be discussed during this webinar:

  • A brief reminder of what is new in the tax field:
    • Here we will cover recent regulations and other notices issued by SARS. The constitutional court recently considered this in the in duplum rule in Paulsen and another v Slip Knot Investments. Does it apply to a tax debt
  • The tax consequences of barter transactions:
    • The recent South Atlantic Jazz Festival tax case will be used to set the context. Whilst the focus would be on the Value-added Tax aspect some of the basic principles of gross income and deductions will also be covered.
  • Debit loans:
    • In tax case 13 512 the taxpayer convinced the court that the debit loans were not subject to the secondary tax on companies. We will revisit the dividends tax consequences of debit loans in order to understand if this decision has any impact on the deemed dividend subject to the dividends tax.
An opportunity for questions are available during the webinar.

 


Presenter

Piet Nel CA(SA)

Piet Nel is a CA(SA) and currently practices as an independent tax consultant. At the moment he is involved in a project to write training material to be used for the training of tax technicians in Lesotho. He previously lectured in tax at a post graduate level at the University of Pretoria and Unisa. Recently he was the project director for tax at SAICA. In addition, he has also presented numerous tax seminars and workshops to tax practitioners for more than a decade. Piet has published a number of articles in tax journals and also made regular contributions to tax and accountancy magazines, radio and TV tax talk shows.

 
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