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Tax Professional EISA Preparation Course

  • Lectures 23
  • Modules 10
  • Duration 2 months
  • Language English
  • Reviews (5)

Description

The last hurdle that you need to overcome to obtain the Tax Professional Qualification is the External Integrated Summative Assessment (EISA). Our Tax Professional EISA Preparation Course is designed to help you prepare for the EISA. The course is self-paced. In other words, you can determine your own pace or follow our recommended course programme. You just have to ensure that you have worked through all the material before the simulated exam. You will need a minimum of 6 weeks to work through all the course material. Therefore, you should commence with the course by no later than 1 August 2017.


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Curriculum

The EISA

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

Knowledge Refresher: Income Tax

The purpose of this module is to provide a brief overview of the principles of the Income Tax Act and to share some tips on how to avoid common pitfalls encountered when completing & submitting income tax returns (ITR12 & ITR14).

Knowledge Refresher: PAYE

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

Knowledge Refresher: Value-Added Tax

The purpose of this module is to provide a brief overview of the key principles of the Value-Added Tax Act and to share some tips on how to avoid common pitfalls encountered when completing & submitting the VAT201

Tax accounting

The purpose of this module is to revise the basic principles of tax accounting.

Tax opinions

The purpose of this module is to revise the principles underpinning tax opinion writing.

Tax Dispute Resolution

The purpose of this module is to revise the core principles of tax dispute resolution and to provide practical tips on how to mediate tax disputes.

Non-compliance

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

Simulated EISA

The simulated EISA is scheduled for 21 and 22 September 2017 and consists of 2 papers: Paper 1 will be released on 21 September 2017 at 8:30 and Paper 2 will be released on 22 September 2017 at 8:30.

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...
Johan Heydenrych
Johan Heydenrych
Johan is currently a Director at KPMG in South Afr...
Joubert Botha
Joubert Botha
Joubert Botha is currently a Director at KPMG in S...
Madelein Van Zyl
Madelein Van Zyl
Madelein Van Zyl is currently a Director at KPMG i...
Vian Strydom
Vian Strydom
Vian Strydom is currently a Director at KPMG in So...
Elle-Sarah Rossato
Elle-Sarah Rossato
Elle-Sarah Rossato is currently an Associate Direc...
Chantelle Haines
Chantelle Haines
Chantelle joined KPMG SA in 2010 as an audit train...
Catherine Light
Catherine Light
Catherine started as an Audit trainee at KPMG in 2...
Luan Fouche
Luan Fouche
Luan participated in the academic article program...
Julia Moore
Julia Moore
Julia joined KPMG SA in 2015 as an admitted attorn...

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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.