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28 May 2020

While eFiling has played a crucial role in managing one’s tax affairs remotely during the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdown, there are some discrepancies in the way SARS is handling disputes to tax assessments.

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25 May 2020

Organisational resilience has become the buzzword in the Covid-19 survival playbook, but I keep wondering, what does that really mean? What does a resilient organisation look like? An Amazon search revealed more than 7 000 publications around the topic of individual resilience, whilst combining...

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20 May 2020

In this first article of our new Transfer Pricing Insights series, we turn our lens to an urgent issue that has arisen from Covid-19 crisis: cash flow.

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14 May 2020

COVID-19 spreads from person to person through physical contact with contaminated surfaces or objects, or other people carrying the virus. Theoretically, avoiding contact with people or objects with COVID-19 should curb the spread of the virus. But how practical is this when some people have no...

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14 May 2020

Who would have thought that the traditional, unyielding, uncompromising work culture instilled by the ‘baby-boomers’ would end? Unless they’re a designated essential service, employees must be allowed to work from home. Colloquially known as ‘working remotely’, this became the new normal for...

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14 May 2020

While the economic impact of COVID-19 pandemic on South Africa is still unfolding, it’s likely to be far reaching. The effects are already being felt by businesses over the 21-day national lockdown. Some are able to continue functioning with remote workforces, but others need staff physically...

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14 May 2020

COVID-19 has hit countries extremely hard, and many of the aftershocks may only be felt over the next 6 – 12 months. With businesses in South Africa scrambling to institute remote working for their staff where they can, or shutting down entirely for the lockdown period, commentators are...

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14 May 2020

Unfortunately, even at a time like this, taxes do not go away. Although many countries have closed their borders and banned international travel, technology allows a lot of work to continue. But what about the potential tax issues?

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14 May 2020

If we rewind pre-COVID 19 and pre-recession, most REITs were continuously making maximum dividend declarations vying for shareholder affection. REITs have not, however, been spared the effects of South Africa’s stagnating economy and COVID-19’s impact on global trade.

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