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SARS operational webinars going forward

23 July 2014   (12 Comments)
Posted by: Author: SAIT CPD and Events
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Author: SAIT CPD and Events

After the success of Tuesday’s SARS single registration webinar, SAIT is delighted to inform its members that SARS has committed to hosting SARS operational webinars on the following dates:

19 August 2014
16 September 2014
14 October 2014
11 November 2014

These webinars will be presented at absolutely no cost and they’re a must attend for any tax practitioner. The webinars will be focused on difficulties experienced by tax practitioners in their dealings with SARS. Further details would be provided in due course by SAIT’s CPD Department.

Comments...

Erich Bell says...
Posted 30 July 2014
Please see the following article for a recording to the single registration webinar: https://sait.site-ym.com/news/184255/SARS-operational-webinars---you-have-the-opportunity-to-choose-the-topic.htm.
Erich Bell says...
Posted 30 July 2014
Dear Kevin A tax practitioner would be provided with an override code where the other tax practitioner has not responded to the transfer request within five days. Should the other tax practitioner decline the transfer request, then the tax practitioner and the client would have to personally deal with the tax practitioner refusing the transfer.
Kevin S. Meissenheimer Mr says...
Posted 30 July 2014
Thank you SAIT and SARS. I was able to do the quiz without referring to my notes. I was also able to assist a client by confirming his bank details on the RAV01 form after appointing myself as his representative. Keep it up. PS: The taxpayer override is still problematic - how long should it take to get an override code? I have a number of clients who attempted to register themselves as e-filers and have never been able to log in because they did not record their user name or password. Can SARS not cancel registrations of e-filers who have not been active for a period of time, e.g. 24 months?
Obey Mlambo says...
Posted 30 July 2014
Thank you SAIT, Is it possible that these webinars are available to download and listen offline, because currently, it appears as if you need a permanent internet access every time you want to refer back to them. It will be most helpful if they can be available to download
Leoni A. Steyn (Grobbelaar) Sr says...
Posted 25 July 2014
Thank your SARS and SAIT. The answering of the questions after the webinar was also very informative.
Lizwi M. Damoyi says...
Posted 24 July 2014
Thank you SAIT
Otto J. la Grange says...
Posted 24 July 2014
Aangesien Afrikaanssprekendes ook belasting betaal sal dit waardeer word indien van die materiaal in ons moedertaal voorsien kan word.
Rene V. Wuis says...
Posted 24 July 2014
Most welcome news. Thanks to SAIT and SARS for this initiative. Could we ask SAIT to make available a recording of these webinars, so that we can have refer back to the information. This will also be most helpful when break-up of sound is an issue during the actual webinar
Barend Klopper says...
Posted 24 July 2014
My thanks to SAIT for this initiative, which is really appreciated. However, I would just like to add that I was also one the many who experienced broken-up sound from the moment that the "online" demo of the e-filing website started. Prior to that, the sound was perfect my side. It is suggested that SAIT please look into this technical difficulty. Thank you.
Simangaliso A. Magagula says...
Posted 24 July 2014
It was a a great webinar. Keep up the good work.
Louise D. Drescher says...
Posted 24 July 2014
Thank you for organising this! Its great!!
Lindy J. Kruuse (Mullins) says...
Posted 24 July 2014
Fantastic to hear! It was very valuable. Well done team!

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