Catch Up CPD: Accounting and Tax 2021

Date

18 September, 2021

Time

Bundle of the most popular Accounting and Taxation webinars hosted during 2021.

R 5655 VAT Incl.

Product Information

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

Knowledge, provisions and practical implications regarding various Accounting and Tax topics. Detail provided per topic in the Content section.

DESCRIPTION

This Catch-up CPD 2021 bundle consists of the most popular webinars hosted during the year and was created to ensure that members who are not CPD compliant can obtain the necessary verifiable CPD credits.

This e-learning intervention gives you access to professional and technical content that ensures both your knowledge and skills are maintained so you remain professionally competent.

This Catch-up CPD bundle offers the following topics:

PRICE     

R7,250.00 value’s worth of CPD offered at R5,655.

CPD events included
Type
CPD units
Ad Hoc Price
Ethics, Independence and NOCLAR 2021
Accounting
4
R 475
Financial Statements – The Impact of COVID-19
Accounting
4
R 475
Reporting Engagements 2021
Accounting
4
R 475
Annual IFRS for SME Update 2021
Accounting
4
R 575
Drafting Wills – An Additional Revenue Stream
Accounting
2
R 475
Overview and Recent Amendments to Companies Act 
Accounting
5
R 575
Business Rescue Engagements 2021
Accounting
4
R 475
Management Accounts 2021
Accounting
3
R 475
Budget and Tax Update 2021
Tax
4
R 575
Best Practice: SARS Income Tax Audit 2021
Tax
5
R 575
Best Practice: SARS Vat and Payroll Audit 2021
Tax
5
R 575
Current Tax Issues for Individual Taxpayers
Tax
4
R 575
Ethics for Tax Practitioners
Tax
5
R 475
Farming Tax 2021
Tax
2
R 475
TOTAL
57
R 7,250
for only R2,450

CONTENT

This Catch-up CPD bundle offers the following topics:

1. Ethics, Independence and Noclar 2021

Presented by Caryn Maitland CA(SA) | 4 units | What you will learn

  • Be able to reflect on their ethical challenges and responses;
  • Be able to apply ethical decisions in difficult situations;
  • Understand the various rules of professional conduct that apply to them;
  • Understand NOCLAR and the general application thereof; 
  • Understand international norms and legislative prescription critical to all accounting professionals; and
  • Have relevant guidance and source material to navigate their engagements with clients.
2. Financial Statements – The Impact of COVID-19

Presented by Caryn Maitland CA(SA) | 4 units | What you will learn:

  • Be aware of the areas of the financial statements that will be affected by the pandemic, taking into account financial reporting issues and Companies Act considerations;
  • Be aware of important considerations and disclosure related to going concern and subsequent events;
  • Be able to assess the indicators of impairment relating to goodwill, tangible assets and financial assets; and
  • Be able to see how the pandemic has affected fair values and market values.
3. Reporting Engagements 2021

Presented by Jako Liebenberg CA(SA) | 5 Units | What you will learn:

  • Understand the differences between the three types of reporting engagements;
  • Understand the specific engagement standards that guide them;
  • Understand common law, contract law and statutory law obligations when performing a reporting  engagement;
  • Understand independence and other ethical considerations in relation to reporting engagements; and
  • Be able to accept, perform and complete the different type of engagements.
4. Annual IFRS for SME Update 2021

Presented by Caryn Maitland CA(SA) | 5 units | What you will learn:

  • Be aware of all relevant amendments to IFRS for SMEs.
  • Reference IFRS for SME in client consultations.
  • Be aware of the Comprehensive Review Project.
  • Understand how these changes affect accountants and their clients.
  • Understand how to practically apply the changes.
  • Understand the impact of the pandemic on financial reporting.
5. Drafting Wills

Presented by Jako Liebenberg CA(SA) | 2 Units | What you will learn:

  • Understand legislation governing wills and deceased estates;
  • Understand the importance of having a will that is legally enforceable.
  • Understand the basic structure of a will;
  • Understand the basic requirements for drafting a will;
  • Be able to draft a legally enforceable will; and
  • How to use the service of drafting a will as additional revenue source.
6. Overview and Recent Amendments to Companies Act (including CIPC powers)

Presented by Edith Wilkins | 5 Units | What you will learn:

  • Understand a broad overview of the Companies Act;
  • Understand the main purpose of the Act;
  • Understand specific parts of the Act that directly affect the accountant’s work;
  • Understand different stakeholders’ roles, responsibilities and liabilities; and
  • Know how the CIPC enforces the Act and monitors compliance with financial reporting standards.
7. Business Rescue Engagements 2021

Presented by Caryn Maitland CA(SA) | 4 units | What you will learn:

  • Understand business rescue in its full context;
  • Understand financial distress vs going concern;
  • Understand business rescue proceedings;
  • Understand the roles, rights and responsibilities of stakeholders; and 
  • Know how to become a licenced business rescue practitioner.  
8. Management Accounts 2021

Presented by Caryn Maitland CA(SA) | 3 units | What you will learn:

  • Know the importance of understanding the business and identifying key elements that need to be tracked and reported on.
  • Understand minimum requirements needed in the reports for directors to meet their fiduciary duty.
  • Know the importance of conveying information in an easily digestible manner.
  • Be able to identify additional services and revenue streams for the accountant’s practice.
  • Be able to effectively assist clients in their decision making process.
9. Budget and Tax Update 2021

Presented by Prof. Jackie Arendse | 4 Units | What you will learn:

  • Be informed about the important tax proposals  and amendments contained in the 2021 Budget Speech.
  • Train your staff regarding the latest amendments.
  • Inform your clients about relevant developments in taxation.
10. Best Practice: SARS Income Tax Audit 2021

Presented by Johan Heydenrych CA(SA) | 5 Units | What you will learn:

  • Better prepared for SARS audits and investigations
  • Well versed in cases dealing with prepayments, stock valuations and section 24C
  • Understand how a precautionary and anticipatory approach to ITR14 preparation can avoid costly disputes with SARS
11. Best Practice: SARS Vat and Payroll Audit 2021

Presented by Johan Heydenrych CA(SA) | 5 Units | What you will learn:

  • Familiar with salary sacrifice principles and cost to company principles.
  • Better equipped when it comes to setting of travel allowances, including the reimbursement of fuel, maintenance, e-Toll, and business-related km.
  • Able to understand bursaries and study loans.
  • Able to understand relocation allowances.
  • Familiar with section 8C gains and losses.
  • Familiar with section 7C variable remuneration.
  • Better equipped when it comes to home study costs, wi-fi, cell phones and computers.
  • Familiar with gifts, awards, and incentive trips.
  • Able to complete IT 14SD reconciliations.
12. Current Tax Issues for Individual Taxpayers

Presented by Corlia Faurie CA(SA) | 4 Units | What you will learn:

  • Get a summary of what was disclosed in the country’s annual budget speech;
  • Understand how the individual taxpayer is affected;
  • Know the new income tax bands and how to calculate the tax; 
  • Understand common practical issues affecting individual taxpayers; and
  • Be aware of other recent legislative changes affecting income tax.
13. Ethics for Tax Practitioners

Presented by Caryn Maitland CA(SA) | 5 Units | What you will learn:

  • Understand general ethics considerations.
  • Be able to reflect on ethical challenges and responses.
  • Be able to apply ethical decisions in difficult situations.
  • Understand the various rules of professional conduct that applies to you.
  • Have a clear understanding of NOCLAR and the general application thereof.
  • Have insight into international norms and legislative prescription critical to all accounting professionals.
  • Be able to refer to the relevant guidance and source material to navigate engagements with clients.
14. Farming Tax

Presented by Carmen Westermeyer | 2 Units | What you will learn:

  • Know how to calculate farming income.
  • Know how to apply the relevant ringfencing provisions.
  • Know how to calculate and apply the relevant farming deductions.

REQUIREMENTS

There are no preconditions for this course.   

Moderate level. 

Recorded webinar made available on a specified date.

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