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CPD Articles:

 

2016

 

Tax Talk Magazine:

 

- September/October 2016: The Tax Implications of Currency Gains made on Foreign Investments

- September/October 2016: The Legal and Tax Consequences of Emigration

- May/June 2016: Understanding the Tax Implications of the Youth Wage Subsidy 

- March/April 2016:  Four common legal privilege mistakes that you should avoid 

 

General: 

 

SARS looks to clear up misconceptions relating to tax exemption for foreign employment income  

 

2015

 

Tax Talk Magazine:

 

- May/June 2015:  The Deduction of Interest

- January/February 2015:  Amendment to the definition of "relevant material” 

- January/February 2015:  Saving rands now makes tax sense  

- January/February 2015:  Pitfalls arising from the financial provision for mining rehabilitation

 

General: 

 

State levies – tax or regulatory charge?

South African withholding taxes

Good news for (late) provisional taxpayers

 

2014

Pitfalls in dealing with trusts: lessons to be learned from recent decisions of the SCA

The Pistorious case: Taxability of amounts received for information supplied

- Keeping the lid on pandora's box 

The Supreme Court of Appeals sets the record straight on what constitutes a simulated transaction

The Supreme Court of Appeal speaks on the apportionment of expenditure

 

CPD Videos:

 

2015

 

Tax Administration Act - Part 5: Dispute resolution

 

2014

 

Tax and SMMEs - small business asset exclusion, payment to shareholder, VAT amendment 

Tax and SMMEs Part 2 - Turnover Tax 

Tax and SMME Part 4 – More personal service providers, labour brokers and home office expenses 

 

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