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Dispute Resolution (Module 1)

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Overview

Do you struggle with administrative processes such as lodging objections and resolving problems with SARS? Attend the Dispute Resolution Webinar to gain clarity.

Tax administration is becoming one of the most challenging and time-demanding aspects of a tax professional’s work. Differences in assessments, disallowed expenses and the various penalty provisions of the Tax Administration Act are some of the main issues encountered.

Over the course of two webinars, we will outline the various penalty provisions in the tax legislation (focusing on VAT and income tax), explain the circumstances in which penalties can be waived or reduced, and unravel the process to be followed in order to access such relief.

Due to the technical nature of Tax Administration Act, it is essential for every business person, who is responsible for managing tax risk, to understand the rules of the game and the processes that have to be followed in effectively resolving problems with SARS.


Course Content

Webinar 1

  • Outline of the various penalty provisions in the Tax Administration Act, an explanation of which penalties apply when and how the penalties are calculated; and
  • The various circumstances under which penalties can be remitted, waived or reduced.
Webinar 2
  • The objection process and onus of proof;
  • What to do when there is a problem with the objection process;
  • The pay-now-argue-later principle and applying for a suspension of payment.

Presenter

Nico Theron
BCom Law (cum laude); BCom Honours Taxation; MCom Taxation (SA and International Tax)

Nico is the founder of Unicus Tax Specialists SA. He specialises in corporate tax and VAT, more specifically in the context of advance tax rulings and tax dispute resolution.


 

 

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