The recent announcement that the deadline for provisional taxpayers has been brought forward to 23 January 2023 is causing confusion. “Some provisional taxpayers have mistaken this to mean that their second provisional tax submission is due sooner this year, but this is incorrect,” says Nicolas Botha, Tax Team Compliance & Processing Manager at Tax Consulting […]
As if the distress of losing a loved one was not enough, the process of winding up their estate immediately following their death can prove overwhelming to a grieving family. But if they cannot promptly produce the legally required information, that critical source of funds may remain frozen much longer than necessary.
Between 70 and 80 percent of South Africans do not have a will to protect their loved ones in the event of their untimely death.
The COVID pandemic has brought a lot of changes in terms of how employees render their services. The theme of employees working remotely has become more prevalent, and there has been a rise in South Africans working for foreign companies while still living in South Africa.
The finalisation of a deceased estate is in itself a time consuming and frustrating process for South Africans. Further complexity and exasperation is caused when one of the heirs is an expatriate.