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”
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)”
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”
My other blog –
cross border tax
Sake24 Article on RA’s
Having read the very informative article one is left wanting some more facts on the deemed
C G T (capital gains tax) on the assets not sold, yet left behind. The one nice thing as that CGT on immovable property is always payable on actual sale only!
No need to bond the immovable property to pay its taxes, but you may need to cash n a few shares or mutual funds!
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