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BPR 152 - Capital Gains Tax - Cancellation and Extinguishment of a Right to Interest

14 August 2013   (0 Comments)
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Author: SARS Legal and Policy

On the 13th of August SARS released Binding Private Ruling 152. This ruling deals with the question as to whether the cancellation and extinguishment of a right to claim interest on a shareholder loan will trigger a capital gains tax liability in terms of the provisions of the Eighth Schedule to the Act.

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