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2020 Tax Relief Measures during Covid-19: Practical Issues and Guidance on its Implementation
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 Export to Your Calendar 2020/03/30
When: 30 March 2020
From 3:00pm until 5:00pm
Where: Online Webinar
South Africa
Contact: Thabelo Raivhogo
0129437002


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Overview

 

President Ramaphoza announced a number of tax relief measures amid the Covid-19 disaster.

SARS recognise that tax professionals are central to support taxpayers and small businesses during the period of national disaster and announced that SARS will be issuing extensive communication on the implementation of the tax measures through its strategic stakeholders.

This free Webinar is the beginning of a series of Technical Alerts and Webinars that the Tax Faculty, SAIT and SA Accounting Academy will facilitate to keep you updated, including important changes in the SARS systems and processes.

The first live Webinar will be presented on 30 March at 15h00.


Presenter

 

Karen Van Wyk


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