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SA women still at a disadvantage when it comes to tax

10 Aug 2022 /  Fifi Peters
Underlying socioeconomic conditions mean women earn less, perform more unpaid caring work, and must make their lower incomes stretch further: Dr Lee-Ann Steenkamp, Stellenbosch Business School.

Equal pay but unequal taxes

9 Aug 2022 /  Dr Lee-Ann Steenkamp
SA women carry a greater tax burden.

Wealth tax – is the rumour being realised?

5 Aug 2022 /  Jashwin Baijoo
It may be for the greater good, but implementation would need to follow an approach that strives to keep contributing taxpayers in the country.

A minefield of taxes lies ahead for crypto asset transactions

4 Aug 2022 /  Joon Chong
Work on new tax and financial regulatory laws that will apply to crypto assets has already begun, and Sarb is taking the lead.

Examine your Sars auto assessment before accepting it

2 Aug 2022 /  Nzinga Qunta
Sars assumes you accept the assessment unless you choose to 'edit' it; verify details as you're liable for mistakes or omissions: Somaya Khaki, Saica.

What the proposed wealth tax means for the economy

1 Aug 2022 /  Fifi Peters
To raise R45bn – the current cost of the social relief of distress grant per annum – you’d have to tax R45bn from 133 000 taxpayers: BER chief economist Hugo Pienaar.

Africa might not benefit from new international tax rules

28 Jul 2022 /  Amanda Visser
Some countries are waiting to see the outcome of negotiations.

I’ve retired, why can’t I make another one-third retirement fund withdrawal?

28 Jul 2022 /  Elke Brink
Fund rules limit members to a single one-third withdrawal.

What are the tax implications of withdrawing R700k from my pension preservation fund?

26 Jul 2022 /  Tanya Joubert, Devon Card and Michael Haldane
Three advisors answer this reader's question.

The big ‘must do’ when claiming foreign tax credits

26 Jul 2022 /  Amanda Visser
Taxpayers often conveniently opt not to tick all the boxes …

Could you be a provisional taxpayer without realising it?

25 Jul 2022 /  Amanda Visser
Determination must be made annually and in time to meet filing obligations.

Despite strike, taxpayers must still meet tax season deadlines – Sars

22 Jul 2022 /  Amanda Visser
Even though they face delays and closed offices.

Sars claims R931m in tax and penalties from Mirror Trading International

22 Jul 2022 /  Ciaran Ryan
Says liquidators did not file returns and failed to carry out their duties as deemed public officers.

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