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Sars tax target R1.1trn for 2015

Jul 01 2015 18:21

The National Treasury has set a tax collection target of R1.1trn which the South African Revenue Service aims to achieve for the 2015-16 fiscal year.


WATCH: Skydiving granny still paying tax at 100

Jul 01 2015 14:58

The 100-year-old granny who went skydiving on her birthday this year has now added another crazy stunt to her bucket list: she paid her tax on the first day of tax filing season.


Temp teaching for 6 months, must she pay tax?

Jul 02 2015 03:20

A Fin24 user wants to know whether his spouse, who was a temporary teacher for six months, is eligible to pay tax.


Can I claim for travel expenses?

Jul 02 2015 03:38

A pensioner, currently doing contractual work in Randburg and Pretoria, wants to know if he can claim his travel expenses.


Filing returns for an education trust

Jul 02 2015 02:45

Advice for a Fin24 user who has a few questions regarding filing tax returns for an education trust.


Working in Saudi, do I also pay tax in SA?

Jul 02 2015 03:04

A Fin24 user currently working in Saudi Arabia wants to know whether she should pay tax in South Africa as well.


Tax filing: No financial records yet, what now?

Jul 02 2015 02:22

A Fin24 user wants to know what is a company to do with regard to filing tax returns when said company has not traded yet.


Time to file tax returns

Jun 30 2015 12:21

Tax filing season is due to start in less than 12 hours, and taxpayers are advised to have all the required supporting documentation before filing.


New treaty to protect SA tax base

Jun 19 2015 18:24

The new double tax treaty between SA and Mauritius is set to come into force next year, after renegotiation to give better protection to the SA tax base.


Six quirky tax quotes from Shuttleworth judgment

Jun 19 2015 07:24

Constitutional judgments can be a lengthy legal discourse that helps to continuously shape the law of the land. They also offer the odd gem by way of quotes.


Get compliant with the taxman

Jun 01 2015 12:49

Sars is focusing on seven specific areas until the 2016/17 financial year, writes Ilsa Groenewald of BDO in Durban


Famous tax haven for millionaires loses its shine

May 28 2015 14:49

The number of wealthy foreigners benefiting from a 150-year old Swiss tax break declined in 2014 for the first time since 1999, amid a debate whether to abolish the regime.

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