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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.

Retirement funds and salaries aren’t safe from the taxman

21 Jul 2022 /  Joon Chong
Sars has the power to appoint third parties to collect outstanding tax debts from both types of sources.

Expat confusion as Sars disables tax residency checkbox

20 Jul 2022 /  Thomas Lobban
A large number of taxpayers and tax advisors mistakenly believed that merely ticking the box meant they had ceased tax residency …

Taxpayer confidentiality: different courts, different rules

18 Jul 2022 /  Amanda Visser
A case for broadening the Tax Court’s jurisdiction.

When can creditors target your pension?

7 Jul 2022 /  Adriaan Kruger
Sars has more power than others and legislation allows it to bypass lengthy legal steps.

Tax filing season off to a slow start due to technical issues

6 Jul 2022 /  Amanda Visser
Slow response time on eFiling fixed.

Tax practitioners and their controlling bodies now held to a higher standard

30 Jun 2022 /  Amanda Visser
Sars introduces new rules to regulate the profession.

Tax emigration: Definitions of resident and non-resident are ‘misaligned’

23 Jun 2022 /  Amanda Visser
Creating complexity and uncertainty.

Sars wins R71m Vat case against Capitec

22 Jun 2022 /  Barbara Curson
Banking group claimed a notional input tax deduction on an exempt supply.

Tax implications of working ‘remotely’ in SA for a foreign company

18 Jun 2022 /  Martin Bezuidenhout
Take note.

Tax implications of working ‘remotely’ in SA for a foreign company

17 Jun 2022 /  Martin Bezuidenhout
Tax residency is what determines the tax regime applicable in SA.

New concerns about agreements for protection against anti-dumping

15 Jun 2022 /  Amanda Visser
Companies struggling to survive ask for investment and job creation commitments.

WTO set to debate tariffs on $26.7trn in global e-commerce

13 Jun 2022 /  Bryce Baschuk, Bloomberg
If its moratorium isn't reauthorised consumer prices for cross-border Amazon.com purchases, Netflix movies, Apple music, and Sony PlayStation games could rise.

Fuel retailers rebuked for raising fuel levy and tax issues

13 Jun 2022 /  Roy Cokayne
DMRE's plea 'is for the industry not to veer into tax-related matters'.

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