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The cost of political deafness for taxpayers

6 Feb 2020 /  Amanda Visser   5
Tax ombud's independence is necessary – but government isn't getting back to him.

The costly business of trying to get accountants of the right calibre

31 Jan 2020 /  Amanda Visser    28
There's tension between what the education system delivers and what accounting and tax professions require.

Sars, the Public Protector and the matter of taxpayer privacy

24 Jan 2020 /  Amanda Visser   10
A constitutional right is the central issue in the battle to have Jacob Zuma’s financial information made public.

An important date with the taxman is around the corner

23 Dec 2019 /  Amanda Visser   11
The February payment is the most crucial for provisional taxpayers – and don't assume that you aren't one.

Troubling new interpretation of tax credits and deductions on foreign income

10 Dec 2019 /  Amanda Visser   7
Taxpayers may bear the full brunt of double taxation without relief.

A theory of a tax revolt: Is South Africa on the brink?

27 Nov 2019 /  Roshelle Ramfol   71
South Africans seem increasingly restive about paying taxes to a government mired in corruption allegations.

Some proposals to ‘tighten’ SEZ tax regime withdrawn

20 Nov 2019 /  Amanda Visser   2
But concerns raised by tax and manufacturing experts will have to wait.

Tax practitioners are being told to ‘toe the line’

15 Nov 2019 /  Amanda Visser   28
Or face being deregistered and barred from practicing.

Exactly who is entitled to obtain confidential taxpayer information?

13 Nov 2019 /  Amanda Visser   5
It’s now up to the courts to give clarity on the matter.

Treasury retains cap on investments in venture capital companies

6 Nov 2019 /  Amanda Visser   8
A move that may put the future of some VCCs in jeopardy.

Mboweni says ‘rock the boat’, but there are no waves

31 Oct 2019 /  Amanda Visser   8
Taxpayers must brace themselves for even more increases.

Tax is an important weapon in clawing back ‘ill-gotten gains’

24 Oct 2019 /  Amanda Visser    16
Money received by corrupt means is still income, and is subject to income tax.

SA faces possible tax revenue shortfall of R50-R98bn

17 Oct 2019 /  Patrick Cairns   38
Commissioner seen to be making the right moves to restore Sars and get tax-collection targets back within reach, but it might take a while.

Be aware of the tax treatment on restricted shares

9 Oct 2019 /  Amanda Visser   
Grey tax areas, especially for start-up businesses, are tricky.

Tax ruling against BMW has implications for all

1 Oct 2019 /  Adriaan Kruger   17
Court rules that tax consulting fees paid by employers should be seen as part of an employee's income and are thus taxable.
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