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Employees and Payroll Withholding

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Overview

The recent tax law changes have brought about significant adjustments to employees’ tax and payroll.

Changes to the Employment Tax Incentive Act has resulted in additional administration for employers, and this affects the manner in which Employment Tax Incentive (ETI) will be refunded by SARS to employers who are not able to claim the full ETI amount during the six-month tax certificate cycle.

In January 2017 the Unemployment Insurance Amendments Act was promulgated which includes some very beneficial changes.

Further changes to tax certificates during August 2017 for mid-year submissions will cater for all of the legislation changes.

All of these amendments will be covered at the Employees & Payroll Withholding Seminar which will be held in April, including proposals from the 2017 budget that will affect us in the future.


Course Content

    Topics covered include the following:

  • Adjustments to the retirement reform legislation
  • Dividends and their impact on remuneration
  • ETI changes
  • PAYE and VAT for non-executive directors
  • Tax certificate requirements for August 2017
  • Good news from the UIF authorities
  • Learnership tax incentive to increase
  • Bursary tax relief now and in the future
  • The definition of “private travel” and the use of multiple owned employer vehicles and retail market value
  • Residential accommodation

Presenter

Rob Cooper

Rob Cooper is the Director of Legislation at Sage VIP Payroll & HR. As one of the company’s founders, he has an in-depth understanding of the impact of legislation on the HR and payroll software industry.

Over the last 20 years, his focus has been on the diverse legislation that governs the employment and payroll industry. Rob is a founding member and the current chairman of the Payroll Authors Group of South Africa, a body that liaises with statutory bodies on behalf of payroll system suppliers, and is a respected presenter at seminars and workshops around the country.

Rob completed his B.Sc in Computer Science at the University of Pretoria in 1971.


 

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