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Comprehensive Guide to TAA in Practice

R1811,25 Including VAT

Our comprehensive TAA (Tax Administration Act) in practice course covers the following topics over 4 modules:

  • Assessments,
  • Prescription,
  • SARS’ pre-assessment obligations,
  • Tax refunds, objections, and appeals,
  • Remedies other than objection and appeal;
  • The voluntary disclosure program
  • Advance tax rulings
  • Penalties and penalty remittance grounds and procedures;
  • Tax registrations;
  • Onus of proof;
  • Suspension of payment;
  • Returns and the duty to keep records.

We make sure that when we teach something, we don’t simply rehash the sections. Our aim is to really give you value and upskill you so you can do your job better.

This bundle includes all four modules:

Module 1 – Returns, Registrations and Assessments

This is one of the modules of the comprehensive TAA in practice course which focuses exclusively on tax registrations, returns, and records and assessments. In particular, this course covers amongst others:

  • Who should register for income tax, VAT, PAYE, and how to go about doing that.
  • Who should submit income tax returns, VAT returns, PAYE returns and third party returns, what type of return to submit, when to submit the return.
  • What taxpayers’ obligations are in terms of keeping records and how long the records must be kept, and how the records must be kept.
  • What are assessments, when they are issued, the different types of assessments, when they prescribe and the importance of SARS delivering a notice of assessment.

Module 2 – SARS’ Information gathering Powers and Penalties

This is one of the modules of the comprehensive TAA in practice course which focuses exclusively on SARS’ information gathering powers and penalties. In particular, this course covers amongst others:

  • What are SARS’ obligations before raising an assessment and the consequences for SARS if they don’t comply.
  • What are the type of penalties SARS can impose, when and how they can impose it and what the procedures are for remittance of those penalties.

Module 3 – Tax Controversy

This is one of the modules of the comprehensive TAA in practice course which focuses exclusively on tax controversy. In particular, this course covers amongst others:

  • What is subject to objection and appeal.
  • How and when to object.
  • How to request reasons for an assessment.
  • What are the remedies other than objection and appeal.
  • How and when to appeal.

Module 4 – VDP and Advance Tax Rulings

This is one of the modules of the comprehensive TAA in practice course which focuses exclusively on the voluntary Disclosure Program (VDP) and Advance Tax Rulings. In particular, this course covers amongst others:

  • How to apply for VDP relief.
  • The requirements for the granting of VDP relief.
  • When taxpayers can apply to SARS for rulings and how to apply for rulings.

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