5.6.2019 08:11 am
Sars’ proposal is going to have major implications for the many South Africans who work in places around the world but maintain a home here.
Earlier this year, National Treasury announced that it intends to change the provision in the tax law that exempts South African tax residents from paying tax on income from foreign employment.
New parents underestimate the costs, here’s what to consider.
Most South Africans have no choice but to go into debt for everyday items such as cell phones and vehicles.
South Africans are looking for alternative ways to earn a bit more money, and are trying to make their money go further in these tough times.
The change only impacts individuals who are South African tax residents.
Six financing scenarios for a vehicle priced at R200 000 show how short-term ease of repayment can translate into substantial pain later.
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Under the new legislation, South African tax residents abroad will be required to pay tax of up to 45% of their foreign employment income.
Primary school parents are expected to feel the ‘Januworry’ crunch this month with crippling Grade 1 school uniform and stationery prices meaning some parents could spend as much as R3,000 per child.
The maximum interest rate on second loans has been reduced.
All I ask is that at the very least you have the courage to treat me with the respect that I have earned and allow me the opportunity to listen.
We will all reach a stage where we will have to retire from our jobs. When this day eventually comes, we need to ensure that we are in a space to retire comfortably.
In The Citizen’s Business section, we target those struggling to keep their heads above water.