Deciding to live location independent to pursue a career that supports the island-hopping, “working near the waves” lifestyle does come with a few considerations and some irritating admin.
Social media is full of South Africans wondering (pleading) where their refunds are, having been quick of out the blocks come July 1.
Deciding to emigrate isn’t as simple as selling your house and booking a flight abroad, of course, and that’s especially true when it comes to dealing with SARS.
If you live in South Africa and your social media feeds show luxury assets, you better hope you have the payslips to justify that high life.
According to one recent estimate, as many as 85% of working from home tax deduction claims submitted by individual taxpayers are being rejected by SARS.
In May, SARS announced it was forming an HWI unit, aimed at improving compliance amongst the country’s wealthiest citizens.
SARS is being rather proactive this year, with the first batch of ‘welcome letters’ to high wealth individual taxpayers already sent out.
Submitting a tax return to SARS is always a rather nervy affair, and now a proposed amendment to the law has practitioners worried about the implications.
Most of us don’t really know what we’re doing when we fill out tax returns, which is why people are prone to making these four crucial mistakes.
SARS is getting ready to come down hard on anyone who fails to file their tax returns by the December deadline.
Payroll managers and employees need to take note of these three stealthy tax hikes that you might have missed.
July has popped in for a visit, and that means you can begin with the joys of filing your taxes. Before you get stuck in, you should consider a few things.
The Taxation Laws Amendment Bill of 2017 is just as boring as you would imagine, but there’s something in there that will have a big impact on South African expats.
Plenty of folks have made serious cash from dabbling in cryptocurrencies, so you knew it was only a matter of time until the tax man came knocking.
Remember when you were growing up and tax was just something you heard adults moaning about? Yoh, those were the days. Here’s what the next tax year has in store.
We might be in the middle of the 2016/17 tax season, but on Monday, SARS released a whole lot of stats regarding last year’s one. Some vital info in there, too.
This morning we heard about Johann Rupert losing patience with Zuma once and for all – this time it’s SA’s biggest banks firing shots.
There has been much confusion of late regarding exactly how much of that $1,5 billion you’d be left with if you struck gold. The experts answer.
Tax return season ends THIS Friday and if you’re one of those last minute people who’re scrambling their situation together, check out these top tips.