Monthly Tax Update – January 2020

Available from

31 January, 2020



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A summary of the most recent and relevant tax laws. January 2020.

R 475 VAT Incl.

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After attending this webinar you will be able to:

  • Advise clients as to the latest tax amendments.
  • Train your staff to prepare tax returns in line with the latest amendments.
  • Issue a newsletter to your clients informing them about relevant tax law, rulings, notes, judgements, and developments in tax law.
  • Develop new tax structures for clients.
  • Adjust your tax working procedures.


Our monthly tax update webinars will save you time and money. We sift through all the latest changes and amendments and present in an easy to understand summarised format.

This saves you R10000 worth of effort each month.

The webinars are presented in conjunction with SAIT and The Tax Faculty and presents you with a recording of an expert presenter and recorded Q&A from practitioners just like you.

They ask all the hard questions so you don’t have to.


The following pricing apply:

Adhoc: R475.00

Subscription: Included for free in Accountant in Practice plus Tax package.


Study Unit 1 – Tax News Flash

SARS Customs destroys illegally imported goods valued at over R7 million
Expat Tax – Countdown to implementation kicks off

Study Unit 2 – General Developments

Interpretation Notes Issued By SARS Or Updated By SARS

Study Unit 3 – Tax Publication

List of qualifying physical impairment or disability expenditure – effective from 1 March 2020
VAT 404 – Guide for vendors

Study Unit 4 – Tax Preparation of Legislation

Draft guide to building allowances (Issue 2)

Study Unit 5 – Caselaw – Africa Cash & Carry v SARS

Africa Cash & Carry (Pty) Ltd v CSARS (783/18) [2019] ZASCA 148 (21 November 2019)
Whether SARS proved that the methods of assessment used were reasonable;
whether the tax court ought to have remitted the assessment;
section 89quat interest.
Background, arguments for SARS and for the Taxpayer and Judgement.

Study Unit 6 – Caselaw – SARS v Clicks

CSARS V CLICKS RETAILERS (PTY) LTD (58/2019) [2019] ZASCA 187 (3 December 2019)
Whether amounts received from earlier sales, used to finance future expenditure are on the same contract for purposes of section 24C of the ITA.
Background, arguments for SARS and for the Taxpayer and Judgement.

Study Unit 7 – Caselaw – SARS v SPUR

SARS V SPUR GROUP (PTY) LTD (A285/2019; A285/2018 ZAWCHC (26 November 2019; 12 November 2019)
Whether contributions made by an employer to an employee share incentive trust are made “in the production of income” (section 11(a) of the Income Tax Act 58 of 1962 (“the ITA”)).
Background, arguments for SARS and for the Taxpayer and Judgement.

Study Unit 8 – Caselaw – Taxpayer v CSARS

TAXPAYER V CSARS Case numbers: 13798; 13931 & 14294 (17 September 2019)
The meaning of a “right” and “asset” for purposes of the Eighth Schedule to the ITA (CGT).
Background, arguments for SARS and for the Taxpayer and Judgement.

Study Unit 9 – SARS Dispute Resolution & Judgments 2019-2013

An Overview of  SARS Dispute Resolutions & Judgments 2019-2013


There are no preconditions for this course.
Moderate level.
Recorded webinar made available on a specified date


Nico Theron

MTP(SA), BCom Law (cum laude), BCom Honours Taxation, MCom Taxation (SA and International Tax)

Nico is the founder of Unicus Tax Specialists SA, a niche tax advisory services firm that specialises in corporate tax and VAT, more specifically in the context of advance tax rulings, tax dispute resolution and voluntary disclosure program applications.


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.

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