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TAX BREAKS NO. 412 MAY 2020 EDITION

THE COVID-19 lockdown currently in place will have an impact on tax-related matters. This includes contact with SARS, returns and payments due to SARS, as well as disputes. It also has an impact on employers and their employees.
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TAX BREAKS NO. 411 APRIL 2020 EDITION

Employer tax breaks during the lockdown.
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TAX BREAKS NO. 410 MARCH 2020 EDITION

FINANCE MINISTER Tito Mboweni’s 2020 National Budget speech was as positive as it could have been, given the current economic climate.
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TAX BREAKS NO. 409 FEBRUARY 2020 EDITION

ONE OF the first paragraphs in the annual tax report published by National Treasury and SARS gives one of the main reasons why public infrastructure is deteriorating and living standards for a large section of the population are falling.
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TAX BREAKS NO. 408 JANUARY 2020 EDITION

ON 26 November 2019 the National Assembly passed the latest tax bills, which is set to be promulgated by President Ramaphosa a-er it has been passed by the National Council of Provinces. On the face of it, some concessions have been made for individual taxpayers, but these offer cold comfort in the bigger scheme.
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TAX BREAKS NO. 407 DECEMBER 2019 EDITION

Taxpayers are becoming increasingly disgruntled with the current state of affairs in South Africa. FOR SOME time now there have been murmurs of a tax revolt amongst South African taxpayers. For too many reasons to mention, South African taxpayers, sometimes publicly, contemplate the notion of disregarding their tax obligations.
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TAX BREAKS NO. 405 OCTOBER 2019 EDITION

When does tax advice become a fringe benefit? Supreme Court of Appeal hands SARS a big win over BMW and their ‘Big 4’ advisors.
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TAX BREAKS NO. 404 SEPTEMBER 2019 EDITION

The NHI wrecking ball entrenches SA’s terminal illness. Taxes will certainly rise—but will access to healthcare improve?
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TAX BREAKS NO. 403 AUGUST 2019 EDITION

Three ways SA businesses can save, and even earn. The first step involves determining your tax liability.
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TAX BREAKS NO. 402 JULY 2019 EDITION

Levelling the playing fields? Why South Africa should seriously consider taxing its wealthy citizens.
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