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Overview

Tax research is a core competency required by tax professionals and serves as the basis for tax expertise. The strength of any point or argument begins with finding the relevant tax materials. Despite its importance, the skill of focused tax research is one of the most overlooked learning areas in the profession.

The purpose of this webinar is to provide tax professionals with an awareness of the array of tax materials available. The course is aimed at junior and mid-level professionals working at firms, serving as in-house staff or working in government and in academia. In this two-hour webinar, Professor Keith Engel will equip you with the skills and techniques required for tax research that is necessary when preparing opinions, tax controversy and tax compliance.


Course Content

  • Importance of quality tax research (a rare skill)
  • Legislative history and process
  • SARS interpretation
  • Judicial decisions
  • Treatises, journals and articles
  • International research

Presenter

Keith Engel, Chief Executive Officer, South African Institute of Tax Professionals

Keith Engel is the Chief Executive Officer for the South African Institute of Tax Professionals. As part of his core duties managing the Institute, he is heavily engaged in tax at a policy, legislative and interpretative level (e.g., with National Treasury, Parliament, SARS, the Davis Tax Committee and the private sector). His role also includes presentations and participation in regional African tax issues. Outside of the institute, he regularly teaches at the University of Johannesburg and is an honorary adjunct professor at the University of Cape Town, North Western University and Rhodes University. Keith is well known for his leading role at National Treasury in the formulation of tax legislation from 2000 to 2013.


 

 

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