The Future Of Salary Benchmarking Post COVID-19

NEWS | THE FUTURE OF SALARY BENCHMARKING DURING AND POST COVID-19

Many companies have relied on the latest salary survey data to benchmark their internal salaries against market related salaries.

SARS Intent On Penalizing Donors For Aiding Their Fellow South Africans

NEWS | THE DO‘S AND DON’TS WHEN MAKING DONATIONS

South Africans are acutely aware of the plight of their fellow citizens during the current Covid-19 pandemic.

All-Taxpayers-beware-10-points-from-SARS-Media-Release

NEWS | ALL TAXPAYERS BEWARE: 10 POINTS FROM SARS MEDIA RELEASE

On 5 May 2020, the Commissioner for SARS made a profound media statement, which gave a detailed account of projected revenue collection in light of the COVID-19 crisis, but also gave valuable insight of what we can expect from SARS in coming months.

7 new lockdown rules including-SARS Officials Returning to work

NEWS | 7 NEW LOCKDOWN RULES INCLUDING SARS OFFICIALS RETURNING TO WORK

Government has published more than a dozen new directives around South Africa’s lockdown regulations since the official introduction of level 4 restrictions on Friday (1 May).

Working From Home, What COVID-19 Means For Taxes On Expats Stuck In Place

NEWS | WORKING FROM HOME: WHAT COVID-19 MEANS FOR TAXES ON EXPATS STUCK IN PLACE

Following the most recent presidential address, it is clear that South Africa’s borders are going to remain closed for non-essential travel, at least for the time being.

Tax Practitioners At The Ready SARS Officials Return To Work

NEWS | TAX PRACTITIONERS AT THE READY SARS OFFICIALS RETURN TO WORK

On 4 May 2020, the Minister of Finance issued a telling directive in Government Gazette No. 43266, in terms of which “services required to comply with an obligation imposed by or to exercise a right in terms of a tax Act” are expressly included within the ambit of “essential financial services”.

Come Rain Or Come Shine Expatriate Tax Will Be Due Soon

NEWS | COME RAIN OR COME SHINE, EXPATRIATE TAX WILL BE DUE SOON

Here comes the rain again With 1 March 2020 being the sunrise of the expatriate tax, the first tax payment will become due 31 August 2020.

Flexible benefits can provide financial relief during COVID-19

NEWS | FLEXIBLE BENEFITS CAN PROVIDE FINANCIAL RELIEF DURING COVID-19

The COVID-19 outbreak has propelled countries around the world to implement strict measures to combat the virus. President Cyril Ramaphosa imposed minor restrictions on gatherings and alcohol sales as a start.