It is estimated that nearly R1billion is spent annually on financial education in South Africa yet household debt remains stubbornly high and savings levels are amongst the world’s worst.
Do you dread filling out your tax return? Completing your individual tax return can be
cumbersome and overwhelming, especially if you are uninformed about the basics.
Yolandi Esterhuizen shares some tips on completing a tax return.
An important issue that arises when a taxpayer is approached by the Commissioner for the South African Revenue Service with a request to provide information, is the extent of SARS? information gathering powers. This article considers the impact of the recently effective Tax Administration Act.
There are many misconceptions that taxpayers have about the tax-paying system.
Paying taxes often leaves payers feeling disillusioned with it. However the following
article discusses misconceptions and explains the overall process.
Taxpayers have been reminded by SARS of the looming deadline for income tax returns while also announcing that some of its branches had extended its hours. To date almost 3.7 million income tax returns have been submitted to SARS for the 2012 tax season.
A new online virtual tax assistant has been introduced which offers business employees greater assistance in completing their tax returns and interacting with SARS. TaxTim offers users a way of completing their tax returns at minimal cost in record time.
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The South African Higher Education sector has introduced a number of measures to ensure that the skills gap in the country can be filled. Here’s how the Department of Basic (DBE) is playing its part.
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