Earn your taxation ethics & standards CPD
11 November 2014
Posted by: Author: SAIT CPD and Events
Author: SAIT CPD and Events
1 July 2013 has come and gone, but it will always be
remembered as a defining moment of the South African tax profession - the date
on which the statutory requirement of the regulation of tax practitioners was
introduced through the Tax Administration Act 2011, as amended.
Tax practitioners that do not perform their work with
the required diligence will be subject to disciplinary action by their
How did this change your day-to-day working landscape
as a SARS registered tax practitioner? How did you prepare yourself for this
new role? Are you equipped to protect yourself and have recourse if you are
under complaint by SARS or a taxpayer?
The Changing Landscape of the Tax Practitioner 2013 DVD will
assist you as tax practitioner to
- understand the:
- SAIT Code of Conduct and;
- SA Tax Standards and engagement letters for different
type of client relationships
pertinent question such as:
- How are my client relationships being influenced?
- Which verification, enquiry questions and review
functions are required under the new landscape?
- What is the code of conduct and disciplinary process
- What is the minimum standards with regards to
practicing as a tax practitioner after 1 July 2013?
- How much direct supervision is required from the
supervisor (partner) in the firm?
If you attended the Changing Landscape of the Tax
Practitioner seminar in 2013 or ordered the DVD you can click
here to earn your verifiable output ethics & standards CPD hours.
you didn’t attend the seminar or purchased the DVD in 2013, you can order the