A provident fund allows you to take the full lump sum at retirement - you are not forced to purchase an annuity. But should you?
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Tax-free investment accounts are gaining popularity and should have a place in everybody’s investment plan.
As this is a leap year, 29 February marks the end of the financial year. All information up to this date will be included in your 2019/2020 tax return.
One of the great frustrations for retirees is the fact that they usually pay tax on their retirement income despite having paid tax during their working lives.
Treasury has set its sights on incomes earned by South Africans overseas, which may cause many to rethink their plans to work abroad.
Freelancers need to understand their tax obligations: far too many land up in financial difficulty as they have not made provision for their tax.
Your payslip contains important information including your contribution to UIF, your tax code, your payroll number, gross pay and net pay.
An analysis of what the Budget Speech changes mean to low and high income earners.
The minister of finance has announced a Special Voluntary Disclosure Programme (VDP) for taxpayers with undisclosed foreign assets.
The Tax Administration Laws Amendment Act of 2015, which was promulgated on 8 January 2016, contains a provision that may negatively affect taxpayers with complex financial affairs.