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It’s the season to pay up

Oct 16 2016 07:19

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 calls out Trump on taxes

Oct 10 2016 22:35

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.”


Special voluntary disclosure programme launched

Oct 02 2016 15:23

A Special Voluntary Disclosure Programme, announced by the Minister of Finance in the 2016 budget speech, has now come into effect.


Sugar tax alone can't solve health problems - expert

Sep 25 2016 12:53

Tax on sugary drinks on its own can't solve the health problem, but a broader education approach that raises consumer awareness may be the solution says an industry expert.


Novel approach to max yield after income tax

Aug 29 2016 15:46

The spot of a gap in the market has led to the creation of a new fund for those individuals, companies or trusts with cash available on a temporary basis.


The ins and outs of capital gains tax

Jul 26 2016 19:14

It is important for prospective sellers to understand the implications capital gains tax could have on their sale.


It's cool to pay taxes, says Sars boss Tom Moyane

Jul 01 2016 13:28

Paying taxes is "cool", says Sars commissioner Tom Moyane during a "walking for tax" initiative on the official opening of 2016's tax season, to create awareness.


Watch out for new scam, Sars warns small businesses

Jun 06 2016 10:02

Sars says small businesses must be on the lookout for scammers who pretend to be Sars representatives and demand 'outstanding payments' on undeclared taxes.


Calculate minute-by-minute what you pay government

Mar 22 2016 09:42

Data gathering company Code4SA has developed a new tax tool for South Africans that calculates minute-by-minute the time spent contributing to government services.


How South Africans fork out billions in ‘taxes’ collected by stealth

Feb 22 2016 12:52

Billions are garnered via unaccounted tax, making the tax burden on the public considerably higher than appears from official government figures, says an academic.

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