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Businesses have faced many unexpected changes due to pandemic-related disruptions, and these have made lasting impacts on the workplace.
Lockdowns during the pandemic precluded face-to-face transactions at bank branches, forcing even “late adopter” banking customers to embrace digital banking and compelling financial institutions to roll out digital alternatives for those transactions—sometimes overnight.
For most of us, the financial year that ended 28 February 2021 involved considerable time working from home. Unless we were essential services workers, we were cloistered behind closed doors trying to stay productive. As the filing season for personal income tax returns looms, it’s worth...
It has been very interesting to watch the changes in the TV newscasts over the last few months.
Emerging technologies are transforming the financial services sector across various business units from creating new services and contributing towards client acquisition to spearheading fraud detection and surveillance, as well as conducting AI-enabled credit analytics, writes Christopher O...
In a world where everything is becoming increasingly connected, it is no longer feasible to look at any transaction from just one angle.
Time is running out as the as the window period for tax incentives is closing.Government’s plan is to reduce the number of tax incentives as part of its aim to lower the corporate income tax rate over the medium term.
Will this be another budget speech that says a lot but does very little? Perhaps not. Covid-19 has put more pressure on the fiscus than any other event in recent memory and may force the turnaround we so desperately need, writes Marcus Botha, Head of Corporate Tax Consulting at BDO South Africa.
During the 2020 budget speech, Minister Mboweni proposed that there would be a restriction on the carry forward of assessed losses to be set off against taxable income with impact on years of assessment commencing on or after 1 January 2021.