2018 - EISA Mock Exam Course

  • Lectures 31
  • Modules 9
  • Duration 1 months
  • Language English
  • Reviews (5)

Description

The Tax Faculty EISA Mock Exam Course is a shortened version of the full EISA preparation course. The aim is to prepare the candidates for the final Exam by completing a mock exam. This will be marked and competency gaps will be identified and communicated to the candidate.


Course Delivery and Accreditation

This course is delivered by The Tax Faculty which is an accredited Skills Development Provider for the Tax Professional Occupational Certificate. 


This course is for you If

You have registered for the 2018 Tax Professional EISA exam on the 22nd and 23rd November 2018. 


What will you learn

In order for Candidates to successfully complete the EISA, they need  to demonstrate the required level of competence in the evaluation of the following occupational tasks:

  • Registering a taxpayer and finalising income tax, payroll tax and VAT returns;
  • Reviewing or auditing tax balances;
  • Mediating tax disputes;
  • Writing tax opinions. 


Curriculum

Instructors

Prof. Piet Nel CA(SA)
Prof. Piet Nel CA(SA)
Piet is a chartered accountant with more than 25 y...
Christo Theron CA(SA)
Christo Theron CA(SA)
Christo is a Chartered Accountant and holds a Mast...
Annelie  Laage CA(SA)
Annelie Laage CA(SA)
Annelie is a chartered accountant with a love for...

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      The Online Etymology Dictionary explains that the origin of job is from the obsolete phrase jobbe of work in the sense of piece of work, and most dictionaries list.

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      The Online Etymology Dictionary explains that the origin of job is from the obsolete phrase jobbe of work in the sense of piece of work, and most dictionaries list.

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    The Online Etymology Dictionary explains that the origin of job is from the obsolete phrase jobbe of work in the sense of piece of work, and most dictionaries list the Middle English gobbe meaning lump (gob) as the origin of jobbe. Attempts to link the word to the biblical character Job seem to be folk etymology.