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Beware the unpaid CGT shock

Beware the unpaid CGT shock

Many taxpayers may not be aware that the payment of capital gains tax (CGT) is due before you receive your investment tax certificates. This affects existing provisional taxpayers as well as any resident taxpayer who disposes of an asset and earns...

Tips for expats to get tax ready

Tips for expats to get tax ready

Tanya Tosen, Master Mobility Specialist at Tax Consulting SA, has some tips for expats to make sure they have all their ducks in a row when it's time to file their tax return. Adding to the challenges of 2020, the South African Revenue Services...

Be careful when claiming home office expenses

Be careful when claiming home office expenses

By Darren Britz, Admitted Attorney, and Laurence Mbokwane, Tax Consultant, at Tax Consulting SA Many South Africans who had to start working from home due to the national coronavirus lockdown imposed on businesses will not yet be able to claim home...

New laws for expats

New laws for expats

By Carla Rossouw, tax lead, Allan Gray The laws around tax for South Africans who live and work abroad have changed and it's important to work out whether or not you are now expected to pay tax on income you earn outside of the country. As of 1...

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