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Everyone, including the poor, ‘will cough up for NHI’

Who will pay for the National Health Insurance (NHI)? Everyone, including the poor, an expert has predicted. But barring the threat of administrative failure, the plan...

New threshold for returns is not an exemption from paying taxes...

The new threshold exempting those earning below R500,000 a year from submitting tax returns does not mean they are not obliged to pay taxes,...

Watch out, you may soon be paying tax on having fun

A proposal to parliament moots extra ‘amusement taxes’ as government looks to taxpayers again to make up the Sars shortfall. As the Standing Committee on...

What happens if your tax isn’t paid over to Sars?

Experts say the law seeks to hold both the employer and employee liable for any shortfall. Employees should ensure that they receive their tax certificates...

Taxpayers take note of submission deadline on Friday 27th November

THANDI XABA To date over four million taxpayers have submitted their tax returns, just over two million did that on e-filling which can be done in the...

The phenomenal of Black Tax

THANDI XABA A new term has hit the financial headlines which is making many people take note. A fairly recent and well-intentioned shorthand used to...

Taxes: you pay more than you think you do – Solidarity

THANDI XABA A small fraction of the country’s population is responsible for the bulk amount of the taxes paid. This according to Head of the...

Free State EFF disappointed in Budget speech

THANDI XABA The Free State EFF say they are very disappointed by the budget speech delivered by Minister of Finance Nhlanhla Nene. Provincial Spokesperson Mahaneloa...

New Tax policy to be introduced in 2015 budget

THANDI XABA The country’s government revenue is currently under-performing and according to the Medium Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS) speech given by the Minister of...

Less tax returns anticipated this year

the SA Revenue Service says it is anticipating a smaller number of returns to be filed than last year.

Most taxpayers opt to file electronically

Friday is D-day for tax returns.

Tax on cigarettes could save more lives in South Africa.

In the recent Budget Speech 2014 announcement, tax on cigarettes is expected to increase by 59 cents bringing hope to the healthcare industry that,...