Monthly Archives: December 2018

Is SARS Attacking Your Medical Tax Credit?

Taxpayers and tax practitioners have in recent months been surprised to find their medical claim tax credits queried by SARS. Up to this year the processing of the tax credit has gone smoothly. To many taxpayers such as those with … Continue reading

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Changes Are Coming to The Companies Act – Be Ready for Them

Cabinet has approved the most wide ranging amendments to the Companies Act (the Act) since its launch in 2011. Some of the important issues are briefly highlighted below. They are of course only proposed changes at this stage, published for … Continue reading

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The Medium Term Budget Speech and the Rating Agencies – Danger in December

The new Minister of Finance didn’t have much time to prepare for the Medium Term Budget Speech (MTBS) but he carried it off well. The MTBS is a three year outlook for the government budget and was introduced by Trevor … Continue reading

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Taxpayers Note: How To Upload Supporting Documents Using eFiling

SARS have instructed that taxpayers on eFiling need to submit supporting documentation as follows: Files should be no more than 5mb each. You can upload up to twenty files. Document types need to be: Excel (xls or xlsx) or Word … Continue reading

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Let’s Be Realistic and Positive in 2019

“The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails” (William Arthur Ward) As we wind down from a challenging year, perhaps it’s a good time to reflect on how we can make … Continue reading

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