‘White monopoly capital' is just a ploy to avoid SA’s real problems, say two analysts.
If SA were a company with its own share price, how would it perform, asks Jac Laubscher.
Employers must factor climate change into working conditions, says Mandi Smallhorne.
South Africans working abroad hardly live extravagantly or travel the world over - and the job comes at the painful cost of friends and family, says an expatriate.
The South African Expatriates Tax Petition Group seeks to advance the interests of South Africans earning income outside of South Africa and who might become liable under new legislation to pay more taxes.
Until I have confidence that my hard earned money goes to the benefit of the people of South Africa, I will do all in my legal power to not pay taxes, writes a Fin24 user.
A South African working in Dubai is disturbed by a proposal that could subject him to paying tax back home.
Budget 2017 contains updated tax tables and company employees will be paying more tax and taking less home at the end of the month, explains a payroll expert.
The latest Tax Statistics report reveals that the majority of taxpayers are aged between 25 and 54.
The Gauteng province had the largest number of taxpayers for the 2015 tax year in South Africa, according to the tax statistics report.
Sars and National Treasury released its latest tax statistics report this week. Here are seven facts you should know.
The Tax Season runs from 1 July and 25 November is the tax deadline for non-provisional taxpayers who file electronically via e-Filing.
Putting in a claim for your medical expenses can be tricky when filing your tax returns. This is what you need to know.
You submit taxes every year, but how informed are you when it comes to tax? We dispel some of the most common tax myths.
We are now fully into tax season, with November 25 being the deadline for non-provisional taxpayers who are submitting their tax returns via eFiling or at an SA Revenue Service (Sars) branch.
Warren Buffett just fact checked Donald Trump: “He has not seen my income tax returns. I have paid federal income tax every year since 1944, when I was 13.”
Smartphone sales in Africa are slowing down as feature phones drive growth on the continent.
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