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2018 Webinar: Surviving a SARS payroll audit
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When: 10 October 2018
From 9:00am until 11:00am
Where: Online Webinar
South Africa
Contact: Tshepo Magopa

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Businesses running a payroll are frequently subject to a SARS audit which entails much more than the reconciliation of salary and benefit figures. During a payroll audit, SARS evaluates whether internal controls are in place and are operating effectively, whether a full payroll process exists and also whether all figures are in adherence to SARS business requirement specifications (BRS) and prevailing tax legislation.

The purpose of this webinar is provide guidance on how to survive a SARS payroll audit.

Course Content

  • Basics of an audit in terms of the Tax Administration Act
  • Scope of audit
  • SARS questionnaire
  • Benefit policies and processes
  • BRS considerations
  • Tax reconciliations
  • ETI reconciliations
  • Interaction with the auditor
  • Preparation and delivery methods
  • Payroll audit assessment


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