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Davis Tax Committee seeks public input for First Interim Report on Estate Duty

13 July 2015   (0 Comments)
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Author: The Davis Tax Committee

The DTC's media statement on 13 July 2015 is calling for input for its first interim report on estate duty.  The report was drafted after taking into account various submissions and wide consultation.

The report covers matters such as estate duty in South Africa, estate duty avoidance, trusts,  the inter-spouse bequest, donations tax, capital gains tax and duty, retirement funds and abatements and rates.

SAIT will be making a submission to the Committee.  Kindly submit all comments to taxassist@thesait.org.za by no later than 25 September 2015. 

Please click here to access media statement and estate duty report.

This article first appeared on taxcom.org.za.


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