unisa vat course 2024-2025

By | September 2, 2022

unisa vat course 2024-2025

unisa vat course 2024-2025

unisa vat course 2024-2025

Learn more about unisa vat course 2024-2025 from this page.

Duration: One year

Target group:

  • The course is suitable for:
  • Employees of SARS
  • Individuals working in smaller businesses with a more formal business structure, such as a close corporation or company
  • Persons involved in VAT audits and investigations
  • Persons involved in VAT matters in public practice
  • Persons who want to further their studies in the field of taxation

Admission requirements:

  • Senior certificate, National Senior Certificate, or NQF level 4 equivalent qualification

Registration periods:

  • The course begins on March 1. The registration deadline is February 29th.

Course leader details:

  • Ms O Swart CA(SA)
    Office AJH van der Walt-building (Muckleneuk campus, Pretoria) UNISA
    Tel: 012 429 4382
    E-mail: VATenquiries@unisa.ac.za

Program administrator:

  • Ms Paulinah Matidza
    Taxation SLP Administrator
    UNISA Centre for Lifelong Learning
    Nkoana Simon Radipere Building (Room 1-87)
    Unisa Main Campus
    Tel: 012 429 4404
    Email: Matidmp@unisa.ac.za
    or CTAXenquiries@unisa.ac.za
    Application Link www.unisa.ac.za/applyslp

Purpose statement:

  • The course’s goal was to teach students the principles of Value-Added Tax in a hands-on manner. It covers the entire VAT field, with a focus on the calculation and recording of VAT transactions.



    • Content: Study Guide 1: Introduction Background information on VAT Accounting basis under the VAT Act Periods of registration and taxation Different types of supply Taxable goods Supplies that are exempt Imported goods and imported services Tax invoices and other supporting documentation Study Guide 2: Input Tax on the VAT Return Considered supplies Time and supply value Changes in usage necessitate adjustments. Exports A going concern’s supply Deregistration Study Guide 3: Fixed property transactions for the VAT return Estates of the deceased VAT and insolvent estates The agricultural industry Services in finance Objection and appeal under the Tax Administration Act, tax liability, payment and recovery of tax Penalties, interest, and other sanctions, as well as considerations for planning and transitional rules

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