Expat tax: Treasury willing to hear concerns about new amendments

National Treasury has invited key stakeholders to a workshop early next month to address continued concerns around the amended foreign income tax exemption. The change is set to become effective...

When and how you can evict a tenant

A tenancy agreement is, before anything else, a contract, says attorney Simon Dippenaar. The landlord and tenant are engaged in a contractual, business relationship, regardless of whatever else they may...

Reader’s journey to being money-wise

Fin24 reader Khuselwa Ncwana wrote to share her journey of becoming more money wise and the role Fin24 played in helping her to get there. She writes: In 2015, while surfing...

Days of shelf companies and dummy directors could be over

The days of using shelf companies and dummy directors are numbered and it is important that overseas investors make sure their financial structures are done properly after SA tax...

The role of structured products in an uncertain world

Structured products have become increasingly popular in an increasingly volatile and uncertain world where investors want to preserve their capital, but also want decent returns, that track or beat...

Want to improve managing your money? Here are 7 tools

South Africa's financial ecosystem is one of the most sophisticated in the world. With a variety of institutions and products available, it can be complicating sifting through them looking...

Important tax change for South Africans working abroad

In December 2017 South Africa amended its legislation relating to the exemption of foreign employment income, and effective 1 March 2020, this exemption will be capped at R1m, explains...

Child support – what the law says

South African law may make a minor distinction between unmarried fathers and those who were at some point married to the mother of their child in terms of rights,...

Re-rating on the cards for SA REIT sector

South Africa's real estate investment trust (SA REIT) sector is heading for a re-rating and the question is whether the sector will rally this year or next, the SA...

Is this the end of investing as we know it?

An investing earthquake is underway and it's threatening to end traditional money management as we know it. Investors are pouring their money into so-called passive index funds that blindly track...

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