Stella Ndabeni and Khumbudzo Ntshavheni spent R15 345 562 on accommodation and food including their deputies and officials.
HMRC has announced that fines for taxpayers that file their Self-Assessment returns for 2020-21 late will be waived until 28 February 2022.
China’s tax authorities have set a 10-day deadline for entertainers and social media influencers to pay overdue taxes, part of a government campaign to tighten the noose on tax evasion and celebrity excesses.
The current tax filing season is almost at an end. Many taxpayers have submitted their annual return to the South African Revenue Service (“SARS”), while others are scampering to submit their returns before the 23 November 2021 deadline.
For many expats, more and more questions have been left unanswered as this filing season, and the tax filing period draws to a close on 23 November.
SAA is making a conservative comeback and intends to operate responsibly so that it is no longer a burden on the South African taxpayer.
In search for opportunities abroad, many South Africans have taken to the seas. It might not be the same as working in a new country, but it offers a change of scenery while earning a foreign income.
As a taxpayer you need to complete a Self-Assessment return, whether you are self-employed, a company director, have an annual income over £100,000 and/or have income from savings, investment or property.
Trade Union Solidariteit has announced its plans to lead a tax revolt in South Africa – and it’s all due to the potential cost of NHI.
HMRC published a new policy paper on 30 June 2021 concerning their debt collection activities as the UK emerges from the pandemic.
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SARS has been allocated additional funding that will soon see it getting tough on high flyers who may not be declaring their true income.