What is it, who does it apply to, and how can you take part?
Tax-dodging elite are set to force costs up for ordinary citizens
Ever wondered how much of your working life is devoted to the taxman? We’ve got your answers here (No throwing sickies tomorrow, you lot)
Working out whether you are an employee or self-employed can be a tricky business and HMRC’s view can sometimes be at odds with status defined under employment law.
The South African Expats Tax Petition Group will submit oral presentations to the government on August 29th, to fight against the ill-conceived plans to tax SA workers for the money they make abroad
In July 2015, the then Chancellor George Osborne announced a series of reforms to the non-domicile rules.
They have been cheating the taxman big time…
The Personal Savings Allowance (PSA) was launched on 6th April 2016.
The proposal would significantly harm South Africans sent to work abroad
Quite a lot has been written in the recent past about National Treasury’s intention to tax expats on their foreign-sourced employment income.
Well, that’s certainly curious…
Big earners bypassing income tax laws have forced the Treasury to propose sweeping changes
The Gift Aid scheme is available to all UK taxpayers.
Director shareholders understandably want to pay the lowest amount of tax and National Insurance possible whilst complying with their obligations under the relevant legislation.
The Common Reporting Standard (CRS) was developed by the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) and provides a global standard for the automatic exchange of information relevant to tax between different tax jurisdictions. South Africa also agreed to comply with the CRS as from 2017.
A multi-millionaire dodging the tax man, who would have thought?
The DA believes the president still owes the taxman a whole lotta Nkandla moolah in fringe tax benefits.
The deputy CEO of a South African non-governmental organisation recently tweeted that close to 80% of personal income tax is contributed by 1.7 million individuals. But, as with most things to do with tax, the truth is not that simple.