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Diploma in Payroll Taxes
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The International Institute for Tax & Finance (IITF), together with Thomas Jefferson School of Law (TJSL), San Diego, California, USA is proud to present the Diploma in Personal Taxation for the South African tax practitioner.

2013/03/12
When: 2013/03/12

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Diploma in Payroll Taxes

Presented by the International Institute for Tax and Finance


Starts on the 12 March 2013

BRIEF DESCRIPTION

The International Institute for Tax & Finance (IITF), together with Thomas Jefferson School of Law (TJSL), San Diego, California, USA is proud to present the Diploma in Payroll Taxes for the South African tax practitioner, payroll administrator and human resource managers.

IITF has done some extensive research in Tax Risk Management over the years, and one of the greatest stumbling blocks, when dealing with tax risk, are the payroll taxes. The Revenue Service time and time again audits companies, sometimes with severe ramifications. It is the responsibility of the individual organisations to appoint skilled payroll administrators, and yet there is very limited offerings, from an educational point of view, dealing with payroll taxes.

In 2011, IITF has added this very valuable program to its stable, giving organisations (and tax practitioners) the opportunity to properly skill themselves in this area of taxation.

Together with the international qualification through the American Bar Association accredited Thomas Jefferson School of Law this gives students a very unique qualification, that is unparalleled by anything currently on offer in South Africa.

COURSE CONTENT

  1. Structural outline of the taxation of employees
  2. General structure of fringe benefit taxation
  3. Relevant Definitions
  4. Allowances
  5. Assets acquired at less than full value
  6. Assets- right of use
  7. Bursaries and other educational assistance
  8. Debts paid or waived by employers
  9. Housing Benefits
  10. Interest-free or low interest rate loans
  11. Meals & refreshments
  12. Motor vehicles
  13. Relocation expenses
  14. Services rendered to employees
  15. Share Incentives
  16. Obligations of the Employer
  17. Retirement and retrenchment benefits
  18. Medical and related benefits
  19. Independent Contractors & Personal Service Providers
  20. Expatriates Inbound & Outbound
  21. Paye & Site
  22. Other employment-related taxes
  23. Wording in contracts of employment
  24. Sars Questionnaire

CERTIFICATION

The student will receive an approved, internationally recognised, certification issued by the prestigious Thomas Jefferson School of Law. The following benefits are also offered by TJSL:

  • Internationally recognized certification;
  • Delivery of course material through the IITF CAMPUS online system;
  • Credit towards any other LLM course, offered by TJSL, and commenced within 3 years, by approved students
  • Exclusive database of tax research material;
  • Student will become an Alumni of TJSL;
  • World class international tax specialists as lecturers;
  • The A Dip Payroll Taxes delivers 2 credits towards the TJSL LLM in International Tax and Finance. For more information on the full LLM please visit the LLM Website at www.llm-tax.com.
COURSE FEE

  • Application fee of R 750.00;
  • R 11,995.00 once off; or
  • Payment terms can be arranged;
  • Excludes prescribed books.

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

  • This is a distance learning course. All notes and lecture material will be made available via the internet;
  • A short assignment must be completed after each section;
  • LIVE lectures will be conducted on the internet via our CAMPUS online classroom every week;
  • An exam will be written after each module;
  • Upon successful completion of this course an Advanced Diploma in Payroll Taxes will be issued by Thomas Jefferson School of Law.

PRESENTER
  • Steve Krause


ENQUIRIES REGARDING CONTENT

Student Liason
Lesia du Preez
Tel: +27(0) 10 220 4050
E-mail: lesia@TheIITF.org





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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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