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2015 Tax Indaba Day 4 DVD
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DAY 4

STREAM ONE: VAT BACK TO BASICS WORKSHOP


  Significance of the definition of “enterprise”, specific inclusions and exclusions

Victor Terblanche, Director, VAT IT


  VAT registration, Output tax: definition of “supply”, types of supplies and Time and value of supply rules

Redge de Swardt, Associate Director Indirect Tax, EY


  Input Tax

Rozelle van Schaik, VAT Manager, BDO


 

How to avoid VAT leakage and optimise savings

Victor Terblanche, Director, VAT IT


  Dealing with SARS (audits, penalties, VDP) and the importance of PAJA

Rozelle van Schaik, VAT Manager, BDO


  Discussion regarding case law – SARS v Pretoria East Motors (Pty) Ltd

Rozelle van Schaik, VAT Manager, BDO


 

Panel Q & A

Victor Terblanche, Director, VAT IT
Redge de Swardt, Associate Director Indirect Tax, EY
Rozelle van Schaik, VAT Manager, BDO


DAY 4

STREAM TWO:
TACKLING VAT ISSUES FROM A PRACTICAL AND TECHNICAL PERSPECTIVE

     

  Mergers and acquisitions – the VAT implications

Severus Smuts, Director, Deloitte


  Doing business in other jurisdictions in Africa

Maurice Mwaniki, VAT Leader: MEA, GE


  Panel discussion: hot spots in VAT - judicial decisions and VAT amendments 2014

Moderator: Gerard Soverall, Partner/Director Tax Services, PwC
Panellists:
Leon Oosthuizen, Director, EY
Peter Franck
Liezl Crause, Associate Director, KPMG


 

Buying and selling on behalf of....the VAT consequences

Redge de Swardt, Associate Director Indirect Tax, EY


  Managing VAT and financial services with specific reference to apportionment and scrip lending

Ferdie Schneider, Head of Tax, BDO


  Cross-trade import and export

Di Seccombe, Head of Tax Training, Mazars


  Indirect tax consequences of TP adjustments

Folkert Gaarlandt, Indirect Tax Operating Model Effectiveness Leader Africa, EY


  Overview of IncoTerms and implications for cross-border deal structuring

Patrick Mawire, Senior Tax Manager – International Operations Middle East, Africa & Indian subcontinent, GE Transportation




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