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2018 Webinar: Tax on Death
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 Export to Your Calendar 2018/11/27
When: 27 November 2018
From 9:00am until 11:00am
Where: Webinar
South Africa
Contact: Thabelo Raivhogo
0129410416

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Overview

Death has long been a triggering event for taxation. Tax implications upon death include estate duty and the deemed sale of all assets for income tax purposes. This course covers the legal modalities associated with property transfers on death (e.g., from a natural person to estate and then to heir and/or testamentary trusts). It also covers the most frequently encountered income tax and estate duty provisions as well as the basic tax and testamentary administration associated with these charges.


Course Content

Content to follow


Presenter

Piet Nel


Event Investment

SAIT member: R375

Non Members: R455

Company Price: R860


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