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Unisa Certificate Course in Taxation
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Overview

This certificate course is designed to advance your career as a professional. The course will enhance your applied working and practical knowledge of the fundamentals of taxation that will secure the once qualified, you can register as a tax practitioner with SARS and gain professional membership with the South African Institute of Tax Professionals. 

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Course Delivery

The course in delivered by The Tax Faculty and accredited by UNISA. 

**Please note that the July 2017 intake will commence in July with the Business Tax module, and in January 2018 the Individuals Tax module.**

 


Course Programme

The course covers the entire field of taxation (including value-added tax), excluding certain specialised areas and will enable course participants to calculate the tax of individuals including: farmers, partnership and  sole traders

It includes the taxation of companies, close corporations and trusts.

This course is aimed at beginners as well as students who only need to update their knowledge in the discipline of Taxation

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Who should enrol for this course?

This course will benefit:

 Grade 12 learners and other individuals keen to register as tax practitioners with SARS and SAIT

• Bookkeepers keen to advance their career to become a qualified professional

• Individuals refreshing their tax knowledge

• Farmers and persons involved in smaller businesses with a more formal business structure such as a close corporation or company people in employment

The holders of public office (e.g. SARS officials)

Sole traders will find this course very beneficial for personal and business purposes.

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Registration

The Course in Taxation (June 2017 intake) commences on 11 July 2017.

Registrations must be received by 15 June 2017.  No registrations will be accepted after the 15 June 2017

 


 

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WHY REGISTER WITH SAIT?

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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