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October 28, 2020

The POPIA is in Effect: What This Means for You

Data is everywhere. In fact, because of the nifty autosave setting on the word processer used for writing this sentence, new information is being added to […]
October 28, 2020

Bursaries and scholarships: The tax rules are changing

Over the past several years, many employers and employees have made use of the beneficial tax treatment of bursary and scholarship schemes, as provided for in […]
October 28, 2020

We offer Xero cloud accounting solutions for your business

If you want your business to work smarter and faster, cloud accounting software is a wise investment. Working in the cloud will give you a better […]
September 11, 2020

Pasop vir swendelary tydens die belastingseisoen

Aan die einde van Augustus 2020 was ‘n groot kredietburo in Suid-Afrika die teiken van ‘n data-inbraak waartydens miljoene privaat datarekords van individue en maatskappye gekompromitteer is. Sulke data-lekkasies, tesame met die belastingindiening seisoen, bied die […]
September 11, 2020

How your business can do more by doing less

If there is anything that the time of COVID-19 has taught us, it is that technological preparedness is an essential part of running any business. In the past […]
September 11, 2020

Real estate – The smart investment

Buying real estate is more than finding the right home or location for your business – owning property is an investment that holds more benefits than you […]
September 11, 2020

Vroeë kansellasie van ‘n huurkontrak deur die huurder

2020 was ‘n onvoorspelbare jaar, om die minste te sê. Dit lyk amper asof elke nuwe week sy eie onsekerhede en bekommernisse inhou. In sulke tye is dit […]
August 26, 2020

Die voortdurende effek van COVID-19 op die eiendomsmark 

Alhoewel die werklike effek van die inperking eers oor ’n paar maande sigbaar sal wees, sodra die stof rondom die heropening van die ekonomie gaan lê het, is die […]
August 26, 2020

Is business interruption insurance the key?

A business interruption insurance policy typically caters for a decrease in turnover or profit (depending on the type of cover); an increase in operating expenses and […]
August 26, 2020

Understanding the debt review process

In these difficult economic circumstances, you may find yourself in a position where you are unable to pay your debt. The National Credit Act makes provision […]
August 26, 2020

Belastinggevolge van leningsrekeninge wat met dividendbetalings afgehandel is

Ingevolge die Wet op Belastingadministrasie kan die Suid-Afrikaanse Inkomstediens (SAID), in antwoord op ’n aansoek, bindende privaatmenings (BPR) uitreik en duidelik maak hoe die Kommissaris die bepalings van […]
July 23, 2020

Where to find money when you have no money

As COVID-19 has ravaged the economy and stripped it bare of tens of thousands of jobs, there is a real threat to the livelihoods of many […]
July 23, 2020

Video Conferencing Safety Tips

In the past few months, COVID-19’s unwelcome visit has led to the increased need for social distancing and, by extension, new methods of communication within and […]
July 23, 2020

Stop consuming your savings

On the 5th of March, South Africa confirmed its first coronavirus case and less than a month later, the country had already completed a full week […]
July 23, 2020

Gee om vir jou geliefdes deur om te gee vir hul toekoms

Ons het dit almal al in films en romans gesien: ’n jong, niksvermoedende persoon word eendag wakker om uit te vind dat hulle ’n buitengewone groot […]
July 21, 2020

Auto Assessment by SARS – SARS will do the filing for you

  In August, SARS will assess a significant number of taxpayers automatically.  If you accept the outcome, you do not have to complete a return because […]
May 19, 2020

VAT CONCERNS FOR INTERNATIONAL SERVICE PROVIDERS

On 3 April 2020, the Supreme Court of Appeal delivered a judgement against Diageo South Africa (Pty) Ltd (“Diageo SA”) in a value-added tax (“VAT”) matter […]
May 19, 2020

TELKOM’S INSENSIBLE GAINS AND LOSSES

The Supreme Court of Appeal (“SCA”) delivered judgement on 25 March 2020 in a matter that primarily deals with gains or losses caused by foreign exchange […]
May 19, 2020

OORDRAG VAN GENOTEERDE AANDELE NA ’N KOLLEKTIEWE BELEGGINGSKEMA IN RUIL VIR ’N DEELNEMENDE BELANG

Baie saketransaksies word ingevolge Artikel 42 van die Inkomstebelastingwet aangegaan. Die Artikel laat in wese die oordrag van ’n bate deur ’n persoon aan ’n maatskappy […]
May 19, 2020

VERVOERDIENSTE AAN WERKNEMERS: BINDENDE ALGEMENE BESLISSING 50

Ingevolge die Wet op Belastingadministrasie kan die Suid-Afrikaanse Inkomstediens (“SAID”) Bindende Algemene Beslissings (“BAB“) oor sake van algemene belangstelling of belangrikheid uitreik en die kommissaris se toepassing of interpretasie van die belastingwet rakende hierdie sake duidelik maak.   BAB 50 gee duidelikheid oor die sogenaamde ‘geen waarde‘ bepaling ten opsigte van die lewering van vervoerdienste deur ’n werkgewer aan sy werknemers.  Agtergrond  Werkgewers lewer gereeld vir werknemers vervoerdienste vanaf hul huise na die werkplek. Alhoewel dit meestal van toepassing is op plekke waar werk afgeleë is, soos in die boerdery– of mynbousektor, het die lewering van sulke dienste ook algemeen geword in stedelike gebiede waar verkeersopeenhopings aansienlike ure van die werknemers in beslag neem. Ingevolge die Sewende Bylae tot die Inkomstebelastingwet, wat oor byvoordele handel, is hierdie vervoerdienste belasbaar as ’n byvoordeel in die hande van werknemers. Die voordeel kan egter geen waarde trek as daar nie aan sekere voorwaardes voldoen word nie, wat effektief geen belastinggevolge vir die werknemer tot gevolg het nie. Verwarring het dikwels ontstaan ​​oor die toepassing van die ‘geen-waarde‘-bepaling, veral waar die vervoer aan ’n derde party uitgekontrakteer word.  Paragraaf 2(e) van […]
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