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Monday, 06 January 2020
UAE TAX EMIGRATION SUMMARY JANUARY 2020
our ref: UAE Tax Exit Summary.docx
General guidelines for South African Expats (#Saffas) or #Wegkaner – not employed by SA employer
There is great confusion as the solutions, products and tax process to be followed by Saffas residing AND working in the UAE (in possession of an Emirates ID card)
Foreign Earned Income refers to income from employment only, as defined in ITA section 10(1)(o)(ii)
Continue reading “Tax 2020 Time lines for SA Expats”
Online diary – secure your slot TODAY
You “emigrated” from South Africa! Really? You 100% sure? Does SARS agree? Wish to know how you can check up on SARS status?
Why not arrange to meet Hugo while he is in Dubai en Abu Dhabi? Even if you have not commenced the process, there is adequate time to find the most appropriate and affordable solution! Remember we can invite your SA accountant along to attend by phone!
My diary is online and the fees are fully transparent Continue reading “#ExpatTax2020 #Tax2020Truth What’s your next? Tax Shock awaits but you have time for now, but act immediately”
Ep. 16 – South African Expat Tax Changes and What Expats Must Do Before 1 March 2020 with Hugo van Zyl – PROpulsion Podcast
— Read on www.propulsion.co.za/ep16/
Your first tax payment – due 31 August 2020 Your first tax filing date – Probably late 2020
Hugo van Zyl CA(SA) TEP MTP(SA) is well-known for his expertise in cross-border tax and financial planning. It is no surprise that his colleagues refer to him as “ask Hue’Gle” when all other resources fail. His track record speaks for itself. Continue reading “What Expats Must Do Before 1 March 2020 with Hugo van Zyl – PROpulsion Podcast”
#Tax2020Truth on the Capped Foreign Earned Income Exemption being R1 million as from 1 March 2020. First tax due 31 August 2020.
SARS now has a dedicated page dealing with:
Continue reading “SARS FAQ: Foreign Earned Income Exemption”
Some interesting tax facts that may cause panic!
Time clean up and tidy up your #SARSCompliance and file the February 2019 tax return.
Not tax registered? Follow this
link to register or call on us, and we can assist. If you cannot be registered through your employer you will need to visit a SARS branch to register.
Don’t know your number? Time to call SARS as they will assist based on your SA ID number.
Here is some interesting fact which tax resident Expat #Saffas need to consider:
Continue reading “#Expats vs. #SARSCompliance (#Tax2020Truth)”
And the scoreboard reads:
#financialemigration 0 (failed)
Eventually, we have SARS buy-in and confirmation that formal emigration is not a tax act process.
Yes, SARS punched the punters of financial emigration, a bloody if not deadly blow!
Continue reading “#taxmigration vs. #financialemigration”
The conundrum faced by most South Africans
Do not believe the articles and publications suggesting all SA Expats face a new tax charge as of 1 March 2020 (#Tax2020)
Only SA tax residents not having completed tax emigration (#taxmigration) not necessarily #FinancialEmigration, need to consider the new rules.
Continue reading “Resident – the South African Conundrum for UAE based Expats”
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How foreign employment income tax will impact South African expats
Blog updated 3 February 2019
– the questions you should be asking
Expats living outside SA must first answer the following questions before they agree to emigrate financially:
Continue reading “Expats – the questions you should be asking”
Do not believe the fear mongers suggesting you must emigrate formally to correct non-compliance.
Read more in
The South Africa NewsPaper
Make Contact with Hugo
The current hype into formal emigration being the absolute and final solution to escape the tax consequences of the new #Tax2020 rule has resulted in too many expats South Africans incorrectly opting for formal emigration.
Continue reading “How foreign employment income tax will impact South African expats”
South Africans living in the UAE (Dubai) or Qatar (Doha) not paying South African tax on their foreign earned salary, in most cases will remain tax resident in SA.
The 183/+60-day rule only speaks to the (partial) exemption of remuneration from employment. South Africans will continue to pay SA tax on worldwide income from all
Continue reading “Tax free salary does not equate to tax non-resident”