Barbara Curson

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Barbara is a CA(SA) with post graduate qualifications in tax and international tax. Her experience includes working for auditors, large corporates, and Sars. Economics, financial corruption and tax policy are among her interests.
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South Africa gets its first transfer pricing guide

20 Apr 2022 /  Barbara Curson
A mammoth undertaking that makes all relevant information available in one publication.
2

Taxpayer suffered severe prejudice at the hands of Sars

2 Mar 2022 /  Barbara Curson
Sars kisses R8.4m goodbye.
3

As we await the words of our first citizen …

10 Feb 2022 /  Barbara Curson
What we really want is action and accountability – an open letter to President Cyril Ramaphosa.

Saica announces APC exam rewrite details

26 Jan 2022 /  Barbara Curson
Candidates will be able to use their own or firm-provided laptops this time.
2

Treasury turns its attention to the vaping market

20 Jan 2022 /  Barbara Curson
Not an unexpected move.
4

Sisulu didn’t criticise the judiciary, she insulted it

13 Jan 2022 /  Barbara Curson
By accident or design?
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The growing concerns around cross-border transfer pricing in Africa

20 Dec 2021 /  Barbara Curson
Documentation has become more voluminous and complex.

The transfer pricing complexity of digitised supply chains

15 Nov 2021 /  Barbara Curson
For one thing, it has completely upended the physical presence test.
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Tourism Relief Fund scoring system was ‘unlawful’ and ‘invalid’

19 Oct 2021 /  Barbara Curson
SCA finds that the minister of tourism failed to apply her mind to the matter properly.
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SIU strikes at Digital Vibes corruption scandal

30 Sep 2021 /  Barbara Curson
Mkhize continues to deny that he and his family benefitted.
12

Corporate taxpayers on their experiences with Sars

22 Sep 2021 /  Barbara Curson
PwC survey indicates that more businesses expect to be audited.
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Plugging the tax gap – if Sars can identify it

21 Sep 2021 /  Barbara Curson
If it could be calculated and analysed, Sars would be able to see where it should be directing its energy and resources.
17

Toxic workplaces and sexual harassment still common in professional firms

20 Aug 2021 /  Barbara Curson
A top London-based financial newspaper refers to 'a culture of fear at the world’s leading accounting firms', hinting at the scale of the problem from which South Africa is not immune.
15

Were the Guptas the disease or the parasite?

16 Aug 2021 /  Barbara Curson
Corruption did not start with the Guptas, they merely leveraged it.
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Treasury finds R36.2bn but SA’s fiscal situation remains serious

29 Jul 2021 /  Barbara Curson
Taxpayers must be up to date with compliance before asking for assistance.

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