• Have you implemented all the latest Tax and Legislative changes for this tax year into your payroll system yet?
  • Have you set up the new IRP5 codes correctly and are you splitting and accumulating employee financial information according to these new codes?
  • Have you taken advantage of these changes and, where appropriate, found ways to pass the benefits on to your employees?
  • Are you confident that your IRP5’s will be ready for the August interim submission?

Agenda

Registration:

7.30 to 9.00

Session 1:

9.00 to 10.30

Chapter 1 – Quick review and reminder of Tax and Legislative changes due for the 2019/2020 year.

Chapter 2 – Upcoming changes – General changes and the Tax Laws Amendment Bill 2019.

Chapter 3 – A health check on the IRP5 changes (new codes and how they must be used).

Session 2:

11.00 to 12.30

Chapter 4 – Making sense of all the UIF confusion – what’s changed, what’s in limbo, the declaration  file and the UI19 Form.

Chapter 5 – Employees’ take home pay has been severely dented recently – suggestions on how to reduce some of the pain.   

Chapter 6 – SA taxpayers working abroad – how the new changes will impact them. – what are their options.  

Q and A:

12.30

Lunch:

12.45 to 13:30

Topics

Other items we will be discussing include:

Some “need to know” rules and important information about working in an offshore, tax friendly environment. The rules and regulations are changing thus making this once attractive way to make money a lot less attractive – for employers and for employees.

There have been a number of changes to UIF legislation in the past two years. But confusion still abounds. We will look at what’s actually changed, what’s still in limbo and how all this affects the UIF data submission process, the claim process and value of benefits paid.

Salary sacrificing, remuneration structuring and receiving benefits in lieu of an increase – all designed to reduce our ever increasing tax burden and maximise our take-home pay. But what can you do versus what can’t you do, and of course, what does SARS think about this – that’s the dilemma.  

Dates and Venues

26 Sept 2019
Southern Sun Elangeni Durban
27 Sept 2019 Gateway Hotel Umhlanga, Durban
30 Sept 2019 CSIR International Convention Centre Pretoria
03 Oct 2019 Emperors Palace Johannesburg
04 Oct 2019 Indaba Hotel Johannesburg
07 Oct 2019 Lord Charles Hotel Cape Town
08 Oct 2019 Venue D’Aria Cape Town

Rob Nowicki

Chairman at PSIber Group (Pty) Ltd.

Robert Nowicki has been involved in the design and development of Payroll, HR and Tax systems for over thirty years, both locally and internationally. He was a founder of one of the first PC based Payroll/HR applications in South Africa and also pioneered the concept of cloud-based Payroll/HR Services, with the launch of PSIberWORKS in 2000. This initiative resulted in the birth of online tax payments and returns – formally known as MyTax.co.za, which later became the highly accredited SARS e-filing service. His extensive knowledge of employee-related payroll and tax matters and his ability to convey all this in a relaxed and easy to understand manner, has made him a popular speaker at seminars and conferences.

If any of these questions are worrying you then you need to be doing a
“health check” on your payroll by attending our

MID YEAR PAYROLL TAXES AND
ASSOCIATED LEGISLATION UPDATE SEMINAR

later this year.

IN PARTNERSHIP

JOHANNESBURG   |   PRETORIA   |   CAPE TOWN   |   DURBAN

For More information contact:

Bongiwe Dube – 031 303 9852 / bongiwe@confco.co.za