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  • SARS took money out your bank account for someone else's tax!
  • The money in your company's bank account isn't totally under your control! If you submit a tax return for your client as their representative and they don't pay their tax bill, SARS will come after you to collect their tax debt! And it's completely legal! SARS has the power to freeze your bank account or get a third party to collect their tax debt. Ignorance is no excuse! Read on to stop S... ››› more
  • [09 July 2015]
  • How to avoid penalties from SARS when paying your provisional tax
  • Today, we've decided to offer you few tips on how to make no mistakes when paying your provisional tax. These rules were established by SARS and you'll have to follow them to avoid penalties . SARS penalties and provisional tax: What you need to know First of all, remember that you must pay half of the estimated tax liability with your first tax return. You'll pay the rest on the second tax re... ››› more
  • [30 March 2015]
  • How recent changes to provisional tax affect Tier 1 and Tier 2 taxpayers
  • SARS issued changes regarding your provisional tax liability recently. Whether they affect you, depend on whether you're a Tier 1 or a Tier 2 taxpayer. Read on to find out more... Your provisional taxpayer group determines how these changes affect you SARS organises provisional taxpayers into two groups. Those earning revenues of below R1 million per year, and those earning R1 million ... ››› more
  • [13 March 2015]
  • Lower your CGT liability with this easy trick
  • When it comes to Capital Gains Tax (CGT) everyone wants to pay less. There are lots of ways you can do this, but sadly few of them are legal. That doesn't mean you can't lower your CGT liability though. You just need to know the right way to do it. And today, we have an easy, totally legal trick you can use to reduce your CGT every time you dispose of an asset. Read on to discover what it... ››› more
  • [02 October 2014]
  • Never forget this important factor when working out your Capital Gains Tax
  • Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is the tax you pay whenever you make a capital gain. This normally happens when you dispose of an asset and make a profit in the process. Most business owners hate working out their CGT because they struggle to remember how much SARS wants them to pay tax on and what affects that amount. That's why we're revealing this important factor you must never forget when you ... ››› more
  • [02 October 2014]
  • Do you know the five key factors of Capital Gains Tax?
  • When it comes to Capital Gains Tax (CGT) there are a number of things that affect what you'll pay. You need to know what these factors are. If you don't, you may get the tax very wrong and that'll lead to SARS penalties. There's no reason to let this happen to you when the five factors that affect CGT are so easy to understand. To help you avoid problems and familiarise yourself with these f... ››› more
  • [26 September 2014]
  • This one thing will help you work out your Capital Gains Tax liability correctly
  • Do you think Capital Gains Tax (CGT) affects the entire amount you got for an asset? Well, this isn't true. CGT only affects the proceeds you made on the disposal of the asset. This means any money you make over and above the base cost of the asset. But even then, CGT doesn't cover every cent of your proceeds. Knowing how to work out the percentage of your proceeds you must pay tax on is ... ››› more
  • [26 September 2014]
  • It's true! Your key to paying less CGT lies in the asset itself
  • Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is all about your assets. When you dispose of them and make a profit, SARS takes some of that money for itself. But you shouldn't just blindly surrender your money to SARS. You must do everything you can to legally pay less CGT. And we have some good news for you. You hold the key to doing this in the asset itself...   Here's how to use your asset as the key ... ››› more
  • [23 September 2014]
  • Here's what to check to help you avoid or reduce the CGT net
  • You may think Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is inevitable. That you have to fork over your money to SARS on every asset you get rid of. But that's not true! CGT isn't a blanket tax you have to pay of every disposal. In fact, there are ways to escape CGT and, the best part is, they're legal. To help you hang onto your money, instead of blindly handing it over to SARS, we're going to show you how t... ››› more
  • [23 September 2014]
  • Thinking of disposing of an asset? Do this before you do to reduce your Capital Gains Tax
  • You must pay Capital Gains Tax (CGT) if you make a profit on the disposal of an asset. What this means is if you sell and asset and make a profit, or you swap that asset for something with a higher value, you must pay tax on that money. But don't despair! You can reduce your CGT liability with a few easy, and legal, actions. Here's what you should do before you calculate your CGT so you can ... ››› more
  • [11 September 2014]
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