Growing your money is one thing, but if you really want to be wealthy, you need to protect it too. And one of the best ways to do this is by taking advantage of our taxes. Today, we explore how the changes Pravin Gordhan made to the medical tax credit system in his National Budget affects you…
Significant changes to medical tax credits were made in this year’s National Budget
If you con... ››› more
Earlier today, SARS released its 2013 Tax Statistics. The data, which covers the 2012 tax year, showed that nearly half of personal income that SARS gets its cut of is earned in the Gauteng province. Let's take a closer look at what the data revealed...
SARS's data on tax showed that individual taxpayers in Gauteng “earned 46.5% (R475.8 billion) of the country's total R1 trillion aggre... ››› more
With just over a month left until the deadline for individuals to file their tax returns, SARS issues a warning. The Revenue Service says that people should avoid using tax advisers who claim they will definitely get the individual a tax refund. Let's take a closer look at what's going on...
Earlier today, SARS told “taxpayers to exercise caution against tax advisers” guaranteeing a tax reba... ››› more
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