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Buying a family home is an age old way of generating wealth creation, however the foundation to wealth creation comes from making rational money decisions and buying such a home can easily be influenced by emotional bias.
SARS recently published 11 decisions on its website that were delivered by the Tax Court between January and August 2017. Among these were case number 0018/2016 delivered by the Gauteng Tax Court on 27 January 2017 regarding a taxpayer’s request for condonation of the late filing of an appeal.
In ITC 14247 the Gauteng Division of the Tax Court, recently considered the imposition of understatement penalties (section 222(1) of the Tax Administration, 2011 (the TAA) in respect of a taxpayer that made provisional tax payments against the tax amount owing.
With the rise in popularity of cryptocurrencies, and more particularly, Bitcoin, the question which isn’t immediately thought of by investors is: how do cryptocurrencies fit into your estate plan and have you accounted for them?
The time and expense associated with external audits are often seen as a fact of life - one which business owners do not have much control over.
2017 will be a year of anniversaries! It is the 60th anniversary of the founding of the European Economic Community (later the European Union), the 50th anniversary of the establishment of the 10-nation Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN) as a regional bloc, and the 40th anniversary...
Johannesburg, 13 November 2017 – BDO has today published the Q4 edition of its global mid-market M&A review, Horizons. Looking back on Q2 2n017, the report shows that political uncertainty has suppressed deal volume and value almost everywhere, except in China.
Those of us who work in risk management spend a large portion of our time in a theoretical world. However, from time to time it becomes necessary to do a practical test to see if the controls we’ve put into place are effective.
We find that the terms “savings” is usually associated with a negative view when discussing budgets. Clients see this as another expense in an already too long list of expenses. Other than the expenses you have to pay in order to sustain your day to day living needs, savings are needed in order...