Understand SARS Debt Management and Debt Remedies. May 2020
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
After attending this webinar you will be able to:
- Learn how to deal with SARS Debt Management
- Understand objections and appeals impact on debt collection
- Learn the steps of how to appeal, the documentation required and payment schedule
- Understand the liability of the financial manager regarding unpaid taxes
- Understand the liability of shareholders for tax debt (Section 181)
- Learn how to negotiate a settlement and calculate the settlement amout
- Learn the pitfalls regarding the debt management process
The principle of “pay first argue later” is well entrenched in tax folklore and case law. The aim of this session is to outline what rights taxpayers actually have when dealing with SARS with respect to outstanding amounts.
The following pricing apply:
Ad hoc: R475.00
Subscription: Included for free in Accountant in Practice plus Tax package.
- How do objections and appeals impact debt collection?
- What does “pay now argue later” actually mean?
- What are my options when I owe SARS?
- Under what circumstances may SARS issue third party appointments?
- Legal recourse if SARS has instituted debt collection processes
There are no preconditions for this course.
Recorded webinar made available on a specified date
Carmen Westermeyer graduated in 2001 from the University of Natal, Durban (now UKZN), with a BCom Honours degree in Accounting and completed her articles with PwC in 2004. She has been a member of SAICA since then.
Carmen stayed with PwC for a year as Assistant Manager, venturing into the world of commerce in 2006. In 2008, she was appointed as a lecturer at UKZN and coordinated the Taxation 300 course until December 2010. From 1 January 2010, Carmen took over the role of Academic Leader for the Taxation Department, as well as the coordination of the Postgraduate Taxation Programme. During her time as Academic Leader she had numerous opportunities to liase with SAICA on issues relating to the ITC, as well as being a member of the Tax Committee.
In December 2012 she started running ad hoc training courses for members of the profession. From December 2013, she moved into commercial training and consulting on a full-time basis. She has been involved in various training activities, such as the SAICA SMP training in 2014 and the FASSET Budget and Tax Update in 2015 and 2016.
By attending this webinar, you will be provided with:
– Summarised slide presentation.
– Reference documents and / or course material where available.
– Access to a technical knowledge base.
– Recorded webinar that includes an expert presenter and participant interaction.