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2018 Webinar: The In's and Out's of Cross-Border Employees
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When: 17 May 2018
From 3:00pm until 5:00pm
Where: Online Webinar
South Africa
Contact: Thabelo Raivhogo

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For the past number of years, a rising portion of managerial and technically-skilled employees have been travelling the globe. Learn about the tax implications of South Africans working abroad and foreign employees who travel to South Africa. We also cover basic tax and payroll advice, with special emphasis on the less-generous 2017 tax exemption for South African employees working abroad.

Course Content:

  • UIF and the equalised individual (discussion, disclosure and practical issues)
  • Post-retirement medical aid (outbound returns to SA and employer liability towards retirees in respect of post-retirement medical aid contributions)
  • Typical undisclosed benefits in the expat world
  • Requests from tax consultants to change payroll disclosure (outbound) – Should one just comply?


Vedika Andhee Partner
Ernst & Young Advisory Services (Pty) Ltd

Event Investment

Member: R375.00

Non-member: R455.00

Company Price: R860.00

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