Tax 2020 Time lines for SA Expats

uae-tax-exit-summary.pdf

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WHAT TO DO?

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)

Action points Continue reading “Tax 2020 Time lines for SA Expats”

#taxmigration vs. #financialemigration

And the scoreboard reads:

#taxmigration                    10        

#formalemigration              5         

#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”

FATCA in Afrikaans? BRS:AEOI? Is this Marmite on Toast you ask?

BRS: AEOImeans Business Requirement Specification: Automatic Exchange of Information

There is so many new tax acronyms, one can’t be blamed for not always knowing  the full phrase behind the tax acronym.

To guide you, we add a few new once, all from an SA perspective yet they are all well-known international acronyms or abbreviations.

Here they are, but it is not an exhaustive list: Continue reading “FATCA in Afrikaans? BRS:AEOI? Is this Marmite on Toast you ask?”

WW Directory Of Tax Professionals – My Blog

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Full blog on http://taxconnections.com/taxblog/tax-year-end-in-south-africa/ 

New webpage address is taxmigration.com or cgt.co.za 

Tax year-end in South Africa, for smaller companies and all individuals, is on the last day of February 2013.

In terms of the collection process, South African Revenue Services (SARS or the equivalent of IRS and HMRC, the competent taxing authority in SA)  expects all provisional taxpayers to be either 80% or 90% correct in the end February provisional tax estimate, compared to the final assessment or IT34.

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