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Decision on scrap metal trade restrictions taken in ‘bad faith’

30 Jul 2021 /  Amanda Visser   9
'The price of scrap will collapse. This will take many of the smaller recyclers out of business' - XA International Trade Advisors' founder.

Why Ireland is taking on most of the world in tax fight

26 Jul 2021 /  Peter Flanagan, Bloomberg    1
As allies seek to set a global minimum rate of at least 15%.

Tax implications arising from the devastating insurrection and carnage

23 Jul 2021 /  Barbara Curson   26
That which couldn’t be stolen was smashed to bits.

Tax disputes gathering dust

23 Jul 2021 /  Amanda Visser   11
But there are ways to avoid disputes with Sars.

Slow progress on chrome ore tax is hurting government’s pockets

22 Jul 2021 /  Jonathan Faurie   7
And putting around 3 000 jobs at immediate risk, according to Save SA Smelters.

Auto-assessments: Your tax return hasn’t been filed until you say ‘Yay’ or ‘Nay’

8 Jul 2021 /  Amanda Visser   10
Taxpayers should note that their acceptance – or rejection – of an auto-assessment is not automatic: they must let Sars know whether they agree with it or not.

How does the new global tax deal impact Africa?

6 Jul 2021 /  Barbara Curson   1
When powerful countries are driving – or curtailing – proposed reform, how strong is the continent's voice?

Global taxation nears historic deal amid last-minute hurdles

2 Jul 2021 /  Christopher Condon and William Horobin, Bloomberg   2
Still face multiple significant obstacles to completing an ambitious plan that has been years in the making.

Filing season will be a virtual experience due to Covid-19

2 Jul 2021 /  Amanda Visser   7
Sars branches remain closed for the next six weeks – but the encouraging news is that internal corruption investigations have resulted in more than 100 resignations and dismissals, and 10 criminal convictions.

Global tax talks in 10-day sprint for deal as hurdles endure

1 Jul 2021 /  Isabel Gottlieb and William Horobin, Bloomberg  
In the final stretch of talks, governments around the world are jostling to safeguard their tax sovereignty and win a bigger share of levies on tech giants.

Could the holes in the healthcare system speed up tax reform?

30 Jun 2021 /  Barbara Curson   1
Pursuing a system of unitary taxation to prevent multinational corporations from avoiding tax is among the recommendations in the drive to achieve sustainable health coverage in Africa.

Sars gets kicked to touch in Lesotho number plate case

30 Jun 2021 /  Ciaran Ryan   36
Its appeal against a high court ruling was thrown out last week – and a multi-billion-rand court action is now planned against it.

Sars surges ahead with voluntary disclosure overhaul, but is it enough?

29 Jun 2021 /  Barbara Curson   4
End-to-end administrative function within this unit is on the cards.

Taxpayers beware, Sars will catch up on any undeclared income

25 Jun 2021 /  Barbara Curson   37
The case of a wealthy taxpayer who failed to disclose a capital gain on his 2009 tax return.

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