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2017 Tax Congress by Shepstone & Wylie - Durban
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2017/06/08
When: 08 June 2017
From 8:00 am until 16:30 pm.
Where: Oyster Box Umhlanga Rocks
KZN
South Africa
Contact: Thabelo Raivhogo
012 941 0400


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Topics :

Tax Amendments

Recent Tax Judgments

The Tax litigation enviroment in South Africa

Independent Auditing/Accounting Firms: What you need to know for 2017/2018

Custom Contraventions

Tax Relief on Pensions in Respect of Foreign Service and a report back on the future of Provident funds

Economic Review & Forecast

Government`s Carbon Tax Plans

VAT: Latest Developments

The Employment Tax Incentive Act: Practical Guidance for Employers on How to Comply

Tax Considerations for doing Business with and within Africa

Transfer Pricing

Exchange Control

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Congress Chair

Keith Engel
Chief Executive Officer, The South African Institute of Tax Professionals (SAIT)

Speakers:

Walter Geach,
Departmental Chair, Department of Accounting, Faculty of Economic and Managment Services, University of the Western Cape

Anton Lockem,
Head of Tax, Shepstone & Wylie Attorneys

Panayiotis Stais,
Senior Counsel

Isaah Mhlanga,
Economist, Rand Merchant Bank

Andrew Staude,
Tax Partner, Shepstone & Wylie Attorneys

Ray Eskinazi,
Independant Taxation Consultant and former Global Head of Tax at Sasol Limited

Rob Cooper,
Payroll & Tax Expert, Sage VIP

Johan Kotze,
Tax Executive, Shepstone & Wylie Attorneys

Workshops - Facilitated by:

Jonathan Baron, Partner, BKDO Auditors

Zama Mgwedli, Customs & Excise Partner, Shepstone & Wylie Attorneys

Carlyle Field, Partner, Shepstone & Wylie Attorneys

Anton Lockem, Head of Tax, Shepstone & Wylie Attorneys

CPD

This event and successful completion of the online assessment will secure 8 hours verifiable output CPD points/units.

Including the following professional bodies. SAICA, CIMA, SAIPA, SAIBA, ACCA, FPI, CSSA, LSSA, FISA, ICBA, IAC, AAT

 

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