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May 11, 2022

PAYE and non-residents

Employment income is generally taxed where the services are physically exercised. The place of contract conclusion, where the employer is based and where the remuneration is […]
May 11, 2022

SA krag aan te skakel?

Vir te lank het krag tekorte SA se ekonomiese groei gestuit. Moontlikhede is nou volop vir ondernemende ondernemings om nie net krag op te wek nie, […]
May 10, 2022

SARS and the never ending cycle of inappropriate verifications

Taxpayer complaints of this nature are now classified as systemic. By Amanda Visser 4 May 2022 The Office of the Tax Ombud recently identified repeated verifications of the […]
April 19, 2022

Du Toit van den Heever: 75 jaar

Du Toit van den Heever fier vanjaar sy 75ste bestaansjaar. Ons het Mnr Willem du Toit waaronder al 4 die huidige direkteure hul klerkskap voltooi het […]
April 11, 2022

Analysing tax exemption for dividends

Dividends are a valuable part of many shareholders’ income, but even though they are exempt from regular income tax, it does not mean that they are […]
April 11, 2022

Keeping things fair in the business race

The purpose of the Competition Act 89 of 1998(“the Act”) is to promote the efficiency, adaptability, and development of the economy, and to ensure that small […]
March 25, 2022

Legal guide to age thresholds for children and young people

The Bill of Rights and the Children’s Act define a ‘child’ as a person under the age of 18 years. This means that all people under […]
March 25, 2022

Theft insurance won’t protect against thieving employees

Every now and then a new news story is published of an employee who steals a great sum of money from the company they work for. […]
March 24, 2022

How will the 2022 Budget changes affect you?

The annual National Budget Speech was delivered on 23 February 2022 by Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana. Practitioners are getting to grips with some of the more […]
February 8, 2022

‘n tyd vir onvergeetlike leiers

Ons onthou die buiten gewone, beter as die gewone, iets wat teen die grein gaan en ons denke net lang genoeg onderbreek om plek daarvoor te […]
February 8, 2022

The difference between registered and unregistered trade marks

We’ve all seen those little subscripted trade mark symbols, the tiny ® and ™, next to the brand names and logos we’ve come to welcome into […]
February 8, 2022

Transfer of assets between spouses: what are the tax implications?

Section 9HB of the Income Tax Act provides for a roll-over of a capital gain or loss when an asset is transferred between spouses during their lifetimes. […]
February 8, 2022

What to do after discovering fraud in your business

Anyone who’s ever had the misfortune to fall prey to credit card fraud, knows that it’s a huge hassle. If you’re running a business, you should […]
January 24, 2022

Do actions speak louder than words in the business world?

It’s one thing to claim your company is customer-orientated, but talk can be cheap regarding what matters most to your business. The businesses that serve their […]
January 24, 2022

The ins and outs of home insurance

Home insurance is there to protect one of the most important assets you own. And when done properly, it will allow you to insure both the structure of your home and the […]
January 24, 2022

VAT: Special dispensation for motor dealers expired

Motor dealers may in certain instances pay an amount to a customer for a second-hand vehicle over the generally accepted trade-in market value reflected in the […]
January 24, 2022

Who qualifies for a special trust and how is it taxed?

Unlike “conventional trusts” that are taxed at a flat tax rate, a special trust is taxed on the same sliding scale applicable to natural persons. The […]
November 16, 2021

Preparing your budget for your dream home

Purchasing a new home is undoubtedly an exciting decision, but it is also an extremely emotional one. A home is where family traditions are brought to […]
November 16, 2021

POPI Act Condition #7: Security Safeguards

Since the POPI Act was introduced, many businesses have taken the time and effort to implement a POPI strategy that complies with the Act’s basic requirements. But for […]
November 16, 2021

Disputing SARS decision and assessments

A taxpayer who is aggrieved by an assessment or decision of SARS against that taxpayer has the right to dispute that assessment or decision. If an […]
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