SARS eFiling grows in first two weeks of 2019 Tax Season PRETORIA, Saturday 13 July 2019 – The South African Revenue Service (SARS) is pleased to announce that there has been an increase of five percent in the uptake of […]
SARS ditches drop boxes and certain printed forms PRETORIA, 29 June 2018 – The South African Revenue Service (SARS) says in a recent media release it will remove drop boxes for the submission of income tax returns and other paper […]
Shutterstock Jannie Rossouw, University of the Witwatersrand South Africa is bracing itself for the first increase in Value Added Tax (VAT) in many years. The hike is part of the government’s efforts to contain a budget deficit. VAT is set […]
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BUDGET SPEECH | and TAX Implications of Section 7C for Trusts?
Most of the 2017 budget speech speculations were around whether Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan would increase VAT, introduce a new ‘supertax’ on wealthy individuals or be ‘braaied’ himself.
When human resource companies consult with organisations on human resources matters, it is evident that employing persons with disabilities is the furthest thing from their minds. Instead of exploring ways in which to recruit and integrate disabled people into their […]
“The rich makes the most money, with as little as possible work and pay the fewest taxes. The middle class works the hardest and pay the most taxes. The poor are just there to scare the middle class” – Anonymous […]
Below follows a few of the South African (SA) Taxes that is applicable in our daily lives and businesses: Income Tax Personal Tax and SITE Capital Gains Tax Donations Tax Estate Duty Companies Tax Secondary Tax on Companies Farmers Tax […]