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The real value of the course lies in the practical knowledge shared by one of South Africa’s foremost advocates of Tax Dispute Resolution, Dr Daniel N. Erasmus.

The central aim of this course is to provide a comprehensive grounding in all aspects of dispute resolution from a taxation perspective. The course addresses the important issues within the sector, drawing out key points to ensure you gain a thorough understanding of the topics before completing the final assignment. On completion you will have a thorough understanding of the key dispute resolution principles. The programme will equip you to not only implement the general principles, but will also enable you to engage with the South African Revenue Service.

  • Expand your skills and gain knowledge in an area of considerable commercial interest which will enhance your employability potential in this area
  • Develop an in-depth and practical understanding of dispute resolution
  • Examine the latest policy developments that organisations need to deal with in an increasingly demanding regulatory environment
  • Undertake a flexible, alternative study solution to a traditional on campus programme, tailor-made for working professionals and studied 100% ONLINE
  • Improve your career prospects by gaining a high-level qualification without compromising your work commitments and gain the professional skills and practical experience that businesses are looking for today

CONTENT OVERVIEW

 – The Constitution, the Tax Administration Act and Dispute Resolution
 – Administrative law, Tax Administration Act and Dispute Resolution – Introduction
 – Administrative Justice and Access to Information – Judicial Review
 – ADR Alternative Dispute Resolution
 – Objections and Appeals
 – Rule 31 and Rule 32
 – Rule 56 – Default Judgements and non-compliance with the Rules
 – Tax Liability and Payment under the TAA and Dispute Resolution – section 200 and section 167
 – Tax Refunds/ Vat Refunds
 – Penalties
 – SARS Collections Powers and the Constitution- section 179 and related provisions
 – Tax Compliance Certificates TCC
 – Applications on Notice – Tax Court and High Court Applications
 – Assessments
 – Handling a Tax Audit and Responding to an Audit Letter of Findings – section 42
 – Procedure in the Tax Board and Tax Court

Course Curriculum

INDUCTION (2 Weeks)
INDUCTION: Course Technology Details 00:45:00
INDUCTION: Academic Overview Details 00:45:00
MODULE 1 (11 Weeks)
WEEK 1: Introduction Details 7 days
WEEK 2: Introduction Part 2 Details 7 days
WEEK 3: Judicial Review Details 7 days
WEEK4: ADR Details 00:00:00
WEEK5:  Objections and Appeals Details 00:00:00
WEEK5:  Objections and Appeals Part II Details 00:00:00
WEEK7: Rule 31 and Rule 32 Details 00:00:00
WEEK 8: Rule 56 Details 00:00:00
WEEK 9: Section 200 and Section 167 Details 00:00:00
WEEK 10: Tax Refunds/ Vat Refunds Details 00:00:00
WEEK 11: Assessment Preparation and Discussion Details 00:00:00
Course Quiz 00:07:00
MIDYEAR ASSESSMENT
MODULE 2 (8 Weeks)
WEEK 12: Penalties Details 00:00:00
WEEK 13: Section 179 and related provisions Details 00:00:00
WEEK 14: Tax Compliance Certificates Details 00:00:00
WEEK 15: Applications on Notice Details 00:00:00
WEEK 16: Assessments Details 00:00:00
WEEK 17: Section 42 Details 00:00:00
WEEK 18: Proceudre in the Tax Board and Tax Court Details 00:00:00
WEEK 19: Assessment Preparation and Discussion Details 00:00:00
FINAL ASSESSMENT

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