Tax is an integrated discipline, and in a business, it is essential to understand the rules around tax implications leading to taxable income, to ensure that tax optimisation is embedded within the company / close corporation / trust.
This webinar will provide awareness and some specific tools to the taxpayer, both small and medium business owners - to enable the taxpayer to claim all legitimate deductions from their income - in order to arrive at taxable income.
Completion of the webinar will enable the taxpayer to confidently claim business expenses incurred in the production of income and to ensure that the business is efficient in determining its taxable income.
This webinar is designed for individuals, financial staff, business owners, students or any person wanting to educate themselves on personal and company income tax who have no or very little understanding/knowledge of how it really works.
This session provides much-needed insight on the tax framework as well as the basics of tax optimisation.
- 2022 Budget Highlights (2023 Tax Year)
- The Tax Framework (corporate taxpayers & individual taxpayers)
- Exempt Income
- Tax-Free Investment
- Dividends Tax (S64 of the Income Tax Act)
- Tax Thresholds
- Tax treatment of the varying classes of taxpayers:
- Sole Proprietors and Partnerships
- Close Corporations and PTY LTD Companies
- Micro Business – Turnover Tax
- Small Business Corporations (SBC)
- Independent Contractors
- Personal Service Providers
- Revenue Deductions
- Capital Allowances
- Schedule of Wear and Tear Allowances
- Taxable Income and Accounting Income
- Working from Home
- Capital Gains Tax (CGT) – the basics
- Provisional Tax – the basics
Note: If you're unable to attend the live webinar on the scheduled date, you can still book and pay for the webinar – the course notes and a copy of the recording will be provided for self-study in your own time
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