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Payroll

Basic Payroll Administration Training

Basic Payroll Administration Training from SA Payroll Association

SA PAYROLL ASSOCIATION REPRESENT THE PAYROLL PROFESSION IN SOUTH AFRICA

BECOME A MEMBER AND ENJOY SOME OF THE MANY BENEFITS ON OFFER, KEEP UPDATED WITH THE LATEST LEGISLATION BY ATTENDING ONE OF THE MANY TRAINING COURSES-

 

TRAINING COURSES 

29th June Johannesburg Emoluments
Magistrates Court Act
Current Legislation
EAO’s – current position
Debt in SA and impact on Payroll
How to manage EAO’s in Payroll
New Legislation 975.00 (Morning)

Should you wish to get more information or book for this course click here

SA Payroll Association

SA Payroll Association News & Training

NEWS FROM SA PAYROLL ASSOCIATION

COID Salaries Ceiling: This has increased to 403 500.00 with effect 1 April 2017

COID Compensation Benefits: Increased effective 1 April 2017. The details can be seen here

UIF: Still no increase in the earnings contribution side of UIF.

SA PAYROLL ASSOCIATION

The Directors of the South African Payroll Association are excited to announce the SAPA Conference 2017, scheduled for:
6 – 7 September 2017 at Emperors Palace in Johannesburg, 12 September 2017 in Cape Town and 14 September 2017 in Durban.

SARS Budget 2017

Budget 2017 Tax Guide

 
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SARS Budget 2017

Budget 2017 Tax Guide

This SARS pocket tax guide has been developed to provide a synopsis of the most important tax, duty and levy-related information for 2017/18

Who is a Provincial Tax Payer?

SARS Budget Speech 2017          Budget 2017 Tax Guide
Retirement fund lump sum benefits consist of lump sums
from a pension, pension preservation, provident, provident
preservation or retirement annuity fund on death, retirement
or termination of employment due to attaining the age of
55 years, sickness, accident, injury, incapacity, redundancy or
termination of the employer’s trade.

Click here for the full Budget 2017 Tax Guide

Tax Tables 2017

News Flash – Updated Tax Tables 2017

NEWS FLASH

Updated Tax tables 2017 and Tax rebates for the period from 1 March 2017 to 28 February 2018

Tax Table 2017

Tax Tables 2017

  • Subsistence allowances
    • Meals and incidental costs, an amount of R397 per day is deemed to have been expended.
    • Incidental costs only, an amount of R122 for each day which falls within the period is deemed to have been expended.
    • Where the accommodation to which that allowance or advance relates is outside the Republic of South Africa, a specific amount per country is deemed to have been expended. Details of these amounts are published on the SARS website under Legal Counsel / Secondary Legislation / Income Tax Notices / 2017
Tax Fraud

Be On Alert for Tax Fraud and Customs Crime

What to do if you find out there may be Tax or Custom Crime happening in your workplace –

REPORT A TAX OR CUSTOMS CRIME

SARS wants to make reporting a tax or customs crime easy for you. If you want to see what they consider a suspicious activity click here. They have even created an online form for you to complete.

Tax Fraud

SARS – TAX CRIME AND CUSTOMS CRIME

What do you need to get together before you start?

  • It’s useful if you have an ID number; Tax Reference number of the person you are reporting. But it’s not essential. Even a car registration number will help
Equal pay for work of equal value

Wholesale and Retail Wage Increase

Wholesale and Retail Wage Increase is effective from the 1st February 2017, read below on who this applies to.

Wholesale and Retail Wage Increase

Wholesale and Retail Wage Increase.

Sectoral Determination 9: Wholesale and Retail Sector

The employment of all wholesale and retail workers are governed by this legislation.

The determination sets –
  • minimum wages
  • working hours
  • number of leave days
  • termination rules

Application

Sectoral Determination 9 applies to all employers and workers in the wholesale and retail sector, including those associated with-
  • merchandising,
  • warehousing, or
  • distribution operations.
The determination does not apply to workers who are covered by-
  • another sectoral determination, or