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XYZ CC vs The Commissioner for the South African Revenue Service

22 February 2016   (0 Comments)
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Author: SAIT Technical

At issue for determination is whether the interest-free loans made by the taxpayer to connected persons should be exempted from Secondary Tax on Companies (STC).

The court dismiss the taxpayer appeal and held that in spite of Mr. B insistence that the loans should not be regarded as dividends that were distributed to himself, he elected not to testify. Neither did he lead any evidence on his behalf. 

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