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Generalist Tax Technician Exam Course

  • Lectures 11
  • Modules 5
  • Duration 9 hours
  • Language English
  • Reviews (5)

Description

Do you need to prepare for the SAIT Generalist Technician Exam? Our course will help you do just that.


Curriculum

Tax Technician Entry Exam

The purpose of this module is to explain how the exam works, what you can expect and how you should study.

Employees' Tax

The purpose of this module is to provide a brief overview of the principles of PAYE

Value-Added Tax

The purpose of this module is to provide a brief overview of the key principles of the Value-Added Tax Act

Tax Administration

The purpose of this module is to revise principles pertaining to the consequences of non-compliance

Instructors

Piet Nel
Piet Nel
Piet is a chartered accountant with more than 25 y...
Wessel Smit
Wessel Smit
Wessel is a chartered accountant and specialises i...
Christo Theron
Christo Theron
Christo is a recognized specialist in the field of...

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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.

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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.