NEWS | 1 MARCH 2020 – DO YOU AS EMPLOYER HAVE YOUR DUCKS IN A ROW?

The amendment to section 10(1)(o)(ii) of the Income Tax Act (“foreign employment exemption”) takes effect from 1 March 2020. Presumably, employees that would be affected thereby have done the necessary planning to sidestep any potential additional tax that may follow the amendment; or at least did their homework to attenuate the impact thereof. A question […]

NEWS | SOUTH AFRICAN EXPATS IN SHARK INFESTED WATERS – EXPAT TAX LAW CHANGE COMMENCING MARCH 2020

South African expats have been subjected to vast amounts of conflicting information regarding the amended expat law change, causing uncertainty and panic in their preparations for 1 March 2020.

NEWS | THE EXCHANGE CONTROL REGULATION OF MONEY IN SOUTH AFRICA TO ABROAD

With several alarming indicators showing that more South Africans are leaving the country, an increasing number of people have started to research their options on how to move money offshore. Tax Consulting SA has also noted a large increase in individuals who are expatriating funds and investing these funds offshore.

NEWS | PROVISIONAL TAX: PENALTIES AND INTEREST

The current problem Provisional taxpayers find themselves on the receiving end of penalties and interest from SARS on a regular basis. While they may attempt to dispute the penalties, they resign themselves to the payment of interest because, as many tax practitioners will tell you, that’s what you have to do.

NEWS | SOUTH AFRICAN TAX LAW – IS MAURITIUS YOUR NEW HOME?

South Africans living and working abroad are faced with possible taxation on their foreign earned income. The reason for this, is the amendment of section 10(1)(o)(ii) of the Income Tax Act No. 58 of 1962 – this section is commonly known as the “expat exemption”.