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Recent tax changes introduced not only tax rate increases, but also modifications to interest attribution rules as a result of adjustments to trust legislation.

These recent changes have brought about significant adjustments to individual taxes payable and the calculation thereof, and has resulted in changes to the ITR12 (individual tax return) for the 2017 submission year.

The Changes to Individual Tax Return and Taxation of Individuals Seminar will cover the amendments to the ITR12 return, requirements from SARS in completing and submitting the ITR12 return, as well as other changes that will affect individual taxpayers in the future.

Course Content

    Topics covered include the following:

  • 2017 ITR12 changes and updates
  • SARS compliance relating to the ITR12 submission
  • Dividends withholding tax changes for individuals
  • Travel allowance and employer-provided vehicles
  • Retirement rules and fringe benefits
  • Medical rebates
  • Other deductions available to individuals
  • Capital gains, primary residence and partial business use
  • Exempt investment income and REITS (Real Estate Investment Trusts)
  • Basic foreign-sourced income
  • Independent contractors and the application on the ITR12


Piet Nel

Piet is the Head of the School of Applied Tax at the Tax Faculty. He formerly lectured in taxation at UNISA and the University of Pretoria at postgraduate level and acted as study supervisor to master’s students. Prior to joining the Tax Faculty, Piet was the project director for tax at SAICA. Over a period of more than two decades, Piet presented numerous tax seminars and workshops to tax practitioners. Piet is also well known in the media, regularly appearing on radio and TV talk shows. He actively contributes to the tax thought in South Africa and regularly publishes articles in professional journals and other magazines.




Section 240A of the Tax Administration Act, 2011 (as amended) requires that all tax practitioners register with a recognized controlling body before 1 July 2013. It is a criminal offense to not register with both a recognized controlling body and SARS.

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