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Tax exemption guide for public benefit organisations in South Africa (issue 4)

02 February 2015   (0 Comments)
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Author: SARS

SARS had published issue 4 of the tax exemption guide for public benefit organisations in South Africa.

This guide provides general guidance on the taxation of public benefit organisations in South Africa. It is intended to assist non-profit organisations (NPOs) in South Africa that qualify for approval as PBOs in understanding the implications of the taxes that may affect them.

Please click here to access the guide.


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