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  • Capital Gains Tax: Who does it affect?
  • Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is that frustrating SARS invention that takes a portion of any profit you make that's capital in nature. But there's some confusion about who this tax actually affects. Is it just a business problem? Or does it affect both business and individual taxpayers? If you don't know the answer to this question, it could land you with SARS penalties and a CGT liability you di... ››› more
  • [11 September 2014]
  • Two things you must never forget about Capital Gains Tax
  • Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is what SARS expects you to pay on any and all capital gain or profit your company makes when you dispose of or sell an asset. This is a frustrating tax because, just when you make a bit of extra profit, you have to hand part of it over to SARS. But it's not all doom and gloom. There are things you may not know about CGT that may change the way you feel about it. So ... ››› more
  • [05 September 2014]
  • Capital Gains Tax: The good, the bad and the ugly
  • Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is something everyone hates because it affects individuals and companies. But how much do you really know about this tax? You know you pay it when you make profit on an asset that you sell or dispose of, but what else do you know? Today, we're going to tell you the good, the bad, and the ugly about CGT so you can reduce your tax burden and stay out of trouble with SAR... ››› more
  • [05 September 2014]
  • The upside to Capital Gains Tax you may not know about
  • When I say the words 'Capital Gains Tax' (CGT) you probably groan at the thought. All you can picture is SARS coming and taking part of your profit. But stop groaning. There's a good side to CGT you may not know about. That's right! And today I'm going to tell you how CGT may be the thing that improves your finances instead of destroying them. Keep reading to find out how...   He... ››› more
  • [05 September 2014]
  • Three factors that could impact your company's Capital Gain Tax liability
  • When your company makes a profit of some kind, SARS wants you to pay tax on it. This tax is Capital Gains Tax (CGT). But did you know you won't always have to pay CGT on all the money that comes into your company? There are three factors that could reduce your CGT liability or even remove it completely. And knowing what they are could help you reduce the amount of tax you pay by correctly tre... ››› more
  • [04 September 2014]
  • What are the CGT implications if you distribute an asset in kind to a shareholder?
  • According to Investopedia, 'distribution in kind' means you make a payment in the form of securities or other property, rather than in cash. The site adds that the most common form of a distribution in kind occurs when a company pays a dividend in stock, rather than in cash. What you need to know is that distributing an asset in kind to a shareholder comes with Capital Gains Tax (CGT) impli... ››› more
  • [03 September 2014]
  • Be warned: Changing your business intention affects your CGT liability
  • It may surprise you, but your business intention when you make a profit can have an effect on your capital gain. Something as simple as intending to use the profit from the disposal of an asset to replace it, can move SARS to charge you Capital Gains Tax (CGT) or suspend the tax of that transaction. But you must be careful. Your business intention can also land you in CGT trouble. Here's... ››› more
  • [03 September 2014]
  • Three important facts you need to know about CGT
  • Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is a tax you pay on the profits you make on the disposal (sale) of your assets. Sounds simple enough? Not quite. There's more to CGT than this simple definition. And it's important that you understand all the implications so you can handle CGT correctly and avoid penalties. But where do you start? Continuing to read this article to get three important points about ... ››› more
  • [20 August 2014]
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