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Sugar Tax must be implemented with supporting educational programme

Sugar Tax must be implemented with supporting educational programme

South African Institute of Professional Accountants (SAIPA) questions Constitutionality of FICA Bill

South African Institute of Professional Accountants

9 February 2017

South African Institute of Professional Accountants (SAIPA) questions Constitutionality of FICA Bill

Carbon tax is no silver bullet

South African Institute of Professional Accountants

9 February 2017

 Carbon tax is no silver bullet

Likely VAT increase must be handled creatively, says South African Institute of Professional Accountants (SAIPA)

South African Institute of Professional Accountants

9 February 2017

Likely VAT increase must be handled creatively, says South African Institute of Professional Accountants (SAIPA)

SAIPA EXECUTIVE, FAITH NGWENYA, APPOINTED TO EDINBURGH GROUP CHAIRMAN’S COMMITTEE

Congratulations to SAIPA’s Technical & Standards Executive, Faith Ngwenya, on her recent appointment to the Edinburgh Group (EG) Chairman’s Committee. The EG currently has 19 member bodies represented by 27 members. SAIPA has been a member of the group for just under 10 years.

Business Rescue Accreditation Green Light For SAIPA Members

The Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) has accredited the South African Institute of Professional Accountants (SAIPA) to regulate its members that are eligible to be business rescue practitioners in line with Companies Act. SAIPA is one of the first two professional organisations so to be accredited by the CIPC, as part of a broader plan to regulate the business rescue sector.

The heritage of wealth

The heritage of wealth

Authored by: Bongani Coka

Chief Executive

South African Institute of Professional Accountants (SAIPA)

Professional Development Essential in Tax Environment

The South African Institute of Professional Accountants says some of the amendments of the draft Tax Administration Laws Amendment Bill will have a direct impact on the tax practitioners, particularly SMEs and that they need to be in a position to respond effectively through professional development.
 

SAIPA’s National Accounting Olympiad results show the future of the accountancy profession is in good hands

SAIPA’s National Accounting Olympiad results show the future of the accountancy profession is in good hands

SAIPA’s National Accounting Olympiad results show the future of the accountancy profession is in good hands

SAIPA’s National Accounting Olympiad results show the future of the accountancy profession is in good hands
 
The future bodes well for the South African accountancy profession as the top six learners achieved an average of more than 90% at the National Accounting Olympiad run by the South African Institute of Profess
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