In this first quarterly issue for 2019, the PKF Octagon Worldwide Tax Update newsletter again brings together notable tax changes and amendments from around the world, with each followed by

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CHANGES TO BAD DEBT ALLOWANCE

Most South African businesses are, at some point in time, exposed to credit risk in the form of bad debts. Although taxpayers would ideally prefer to recover all debts owed

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PKF OCTAGON WORLDWIDE TAX UPDATE Q2 2018

In this fourth quarterly issue for 2018, the PKF Worldwide Tax Update newsletter again brings together notable tax changes and amendments from around the world

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When SARS issues an assessment with which the taxpayer is not in agreement with, certain procedures must be followed to ensure that the assessment is correctly dealt with.

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The South African Revenue Service (SARS) recently published a media release to clarify the confusion about the customs requirements for South African travellers returning

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When SARS issues an assessment with which the taxpayer is not in agreement with, certain procedures must be followed to ensure that the assessment is correctly dealt with.

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When SARS issues an assessment with which the taxpayer is not in agreement with, certain procedures must be followed to ensure that the assessment is correctly dealt with.

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In certain circumstances a VAT vendor may deduct a notional input tax credit in respect of “second-hand goods” acquired from non-vendors where no VAT is actually payable

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Salary earners, excluding persons who earn more than 50% of their salaries by way of commission, are limited with regards to the deductions available against salary income.

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On Monday, 4 June, acting SARS Commissioner, Mark Kingon, announced that the 2018 tax filing season will open on 1 July 2018

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