Summary of tax effect of new tax proposals by Pieter Esterhuizen, CA(SA) TEP RA of LUMENROCK on 25 July 2017
Most of us have seen the news reports about the proposed changes to SA tax legislation w.r.t. the taxation of offshore income of South African tax residents.
Extracted by Pieter Esterhuizen of LUMENROCK from an article by prof Pieter van der Zwan, first published in his newsletter on 13 June 2017
The timing of disposals of assets and the resulting accrual of the proceeds have been contentious aspects over the years. In a recent case decided in the Cape Tax Court it was held that s 24(1) applies to cash transactions. As a result, the date when an agreement for the disposal of certain property is entered into plays an important role in determining the timing of the seller’s tax liability arising from the sale of the property. This article provides a brief overview and analysis of a case decided in the Cape Town Tax Court on 30 May 2017.
Extracted by Pieter Esterhuizen,CA(SA) TEP, from an article first publised on www.cliffedekkerhofmeyr.com and then posted by Jerome Brink (CFH) on SAIT newsletter on 20 March 2017
It is a general principle of South African income tax that a taxpayer is taxed on the receipt or accrual of an amount. However, it is often necessary and equitable to take into account certain events arising subsequent to the accrual of an amount in pursuance of the disposal of an asset for capital gains tax (CGT) purposes.
Article by Peter Stewart, CA(SA) of LUMENROCK on 3 March 2017
With the 2017 tax year just ending on the 28th of February, this serves as a reminder to all individual taxpayers who wish to claim for business travel, to ensure that they have everything required.
Extracted and slightly adaptedby Peter Stewart, CA(SA)from CMV, published 21 October 2016
It seems like there is recently an increased level of audits being conducted by the South African Revenue Service in relation to taxpayers’ obligations in terms of the Skills Development Levies Act, 9 of 1999 (SDL Act). The focus appears to be specifically on non-compliant taxpayers who fail to register as required in terms of section 5 of the SDL Act, and thus for these employers to pay the requisite levy over to SARS.
Adapted and corrected by Pieter Esterhuizen, CA(SA) TEP RA from an article by Tertius Troost, CA(SA), originally published on Moneyweb on 30 May 2016
The rand's volatility that South Africa is used to these days and the market volatility worldwide, have the effect that we as investors should have a relook at what the effect of this is on us for Capital Gains Tax (CGT) purposes.
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