Posts Tagged: international

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The Common Reporting Standard & South Africa

In June 2017, South Africa joined many other nations committed to providing information for the Common Reporting Standard (CRS) as developed by the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) in an effort to combat global tax evasion. Tax evasion and avoidance has become a global issue and governments are taking action to combat this trend… Read more »

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Brexit & The Currency

We’re now into month four after the Brexit referendum.  The leave campaign was looking like it would suffer a defeat at the hands of the stay campaigners, but as we all know, what would come around at 2am the following morning would be the biggest upset in the governments history. The uncertainty has spooked the… Read more »

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Signing an Offer to Purchase

We are all aware of the saying “signing your life away”, but do we always take note of what it is we may be signing?  South Africa has one of the best Deeds Registries in the world and while this is great it does mean that the property transfer process has quite a few regulations…. Read more »

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The Politics of Tax

The art of taxation is in plucking the most feathers from the goose without the goose hissing – J B Colbert Over the past number of years taxpayers have been frustrated by how government collects revenue and by how it has introduced financial policies that are implemented by the revenue department.  While no excuse can… Read more »

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