PAYE and UIF Compliance

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Published: September 28, 2020

How this webinar will benefit your business

  1. Save time and money

Inefficient tax processes and outdated procedures eat into your productivity and profits, and can even result in penalties which could easily have been avoided.

  1. Protect your employees

Learn how to ensure your valued employees are protected by UIF should they become unable to perform their duties, or if you have no choice but to retrench workers.

  1. Compliance with confidence

Putting off your VAT, PAYE and UIF obligations only results in more stress down the line. Learn how to tackle them now so you can get on with running your business.

PAYE and UIF Compliance

Protecting your business and employees by ensuring PAYE and UIF Compliance is vital is running a business. KPMG’s Angela Jacobs and Rodney Mthi, host this webinar and share their knowledge about PAYE and Tax Compliance.

Duration: 1 hour 30 mins.

 

 

 

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