Annual Payroll Tax Seminar

Annual Payroll Tax Seminar

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This year has seen changes to the law that have been complicated by the submission of three sets of Amendment Bills – the first batch in July, the second in September and the third in October.

These changes will be promulgated by early 2017 and their impact on payrolls and employers will be explained in detail in the 2017 Annual Payroll Tax Seminar in March.

Some interesting topics that will be included:

    • 2017 Budget proposals
    • Latest tax certificate submission requirements
    • Retirement reform changes are not over yet
    • Are the difficulties experienced with ETI data on tax certificates a thing of the past?
    • The Minister of Finance has announced a tax revenue shortfall of R43 billion – where is it going to come from?
    • The position with the Learnership tax incentive
    • Increased tax relief for bursaries
    • In what way will dividends be taxed?
    • A look into tax projects down the road                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       


Book your seat now and let payroll expert Rob Cooper explain the legislation in layman’s terms to ensure you are well equipped for the new tax year.


Annual Tax Seminar 2017



28-Feb-17 Emperors Palace, Kempton Park
01-Mar-17 Sage Conferencing, Woodmead
02-Mar-17 Emperors Palace, Kempton Park
03-Mar-17 Silverstar Casino, Muldersdrift
06-Mar-17 Sage Conferencing, Woodmead- FULLY BOOKED
07-Mar-17 CSIR Pretoria, Pretoria
08-Mar-17 Centurion Lake Hotel, Centurion - FULLY BOOKED
09-Mar-17 Gateway Hotel, Umhlanga, Durban- FULLY BOOKED
10-Mar-17 Crystal Towers, Cape Town - FULLY BOOKED
13-Mar-17 Silverstar Casino, Muldersdrift
14-Mar-17 Meropa Casino, Polokwane
15-Mar-17 Sage Conferencing, Woodmead- FULLY BOOKED
16-Mar-17 Windmill Casino, Bloemfontein
17-Mar-17 Quest Conference, Vanderbijlpark

Emnotweni Hotel, Nelspruit

27-Mar-17 Gateway Hotel, Durban
28-Mar-17 Sanlam Head Office, Cape Town
29-Mar-17 Garden Court, East London
30-Mar-17 NMMU North Campus, Port Elizabeth
31-Mar-17 King George Hotel, George
03-Apr-17 Crystal Towers, Cape town- FULLY BOOKED
04-Apr-17 Emperors Palace, Kempton Park
05-Apr-17 CSIR Pretoria, Pretoria
 06-Apr-17 Sage Conferencing, Woodmead


Price and time

Price:  R2 195 p.p. excl. VAT 
SLC Price:  R1 950 p.p. excl. VAT.

Duration:  09:00-12:30 


About the speaker
Rob Cooper

Rob Cooper completed his B.Sc in Computer Science at the University of Pretoria in 1971. Many years of design and programming of various financial systems followed, including the development of payroll systems for different environments.

He was one of the founders of Softline (1986) - now known as Sage - and spent many years developing world class payroll systems, taking the Sage business to new heights.

Over the last fifteen years, his focus has been on the numerous pieces of legislation that govern the employment and payroll industry, and he is a respected expert, presenting at tax seminars and workshops.

Rob is also one of the founding members and current chairman of the Payroll Authors Group of South Africa, a body that liaises with statutory bodies on behalf of payroll system suppliers when dealing with proposed or problematic areas of employment legislation.




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