Monthly Archives: July 2019

Youth Employment Tax Incentive Extended for Ten Years

There is chronic unemployment in the country and it is especially felt by the youth where up to 50% cannot find a job. The Employment Tax Incentive (ETI) is designed to encourage companies to employ “youths” (between the ages of … Continue reading

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How Many Days Did You Work For The Taxman In 2019?

“Tax Freedom Day is calculated by dividing general government revenue by GDP at market prices, then multiplying the result by the number of days in a year, and finally adding a day” (Free Market Foundation) In the current year it … Continue reading

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Business Rescue Options: Going the Informal Route v the Companies Act Route

The business rescue provisions in the Companies Act are regarded as progressive and world class and there is evidence that it has worked well. Yet a 2016 survey showed that more distressed businesses opted for an informal approach and appear … Continue reading

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How Tax Returns Will Be Easier This Year, and Should You File if You Earn Under R500,000?

“Death and taxes may be inevitable but they shouldn’t be related” (J.C. Watts Jr)” Tax season 2019 begins on 1 August (1 July for taxpayers who are registered for eFiling or have access to the MobiApp) and SARS has taken … Continue reading

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