Financial emigration vs tax emigration – understanding the difference

by William Louw | Jun 8, 2022

Financial emigration was a process used by many South Africans who emigrated to access their retirement annuities, inheritance and other South...

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SARS non-resident tax status confirmation letters – your guide to confirming tax residency

by William Louw | May 12, 2022

Living abroad has a significant impact on how much tax you pay and to which country that tax is to be paid. We take a look at why it’s importa...

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Tax residents and domicile status: Who pays foreign income tax in the UK?

by Scott Brown | May 4, 2022

Figuring out whether you need to pay tax on your foreign earned income can be confusing. There are a couple of factors to take into account. W...

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How to access your SA living annuity offshore - an eFiling guide

by William Louw | Apr 28, 2022

Dealing with SARS as a non-tax resident South African can be an overwhelming experience. Recent regulation changes for non-tax residents inten...

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Spring Statement 2022: What you need to know

by Scott Brown | Mar 23, 2022

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has presented the Spring Statement with the aim for a “stronger and more secure economy for the UK.” While this is ...

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9 things you should let your accountant do if you run your own SME

by Scott Brown | Jan 26, 2022

An accountant is more than just a number cruncher. A good accountant can take care of your business’s cash flow projections, offer advice and ...

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A tax guide when working for a South African company

by William Louw | Jan 25, 2022

Working across borders has a significant impact on how much tax you pay and to which country that tax is to be paid. We clear up some confusio...

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Why the UK is still one of the best countries for business expansion

by Scott Brown | Jan 13, 2022

You and your business are becoming more successful and it’s time to expand into a global market. Here are some reasons why you should look to ...

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What the UK dividend tax rate increase means for your small business

by Scott Brown | Dec 1, 2021

The dividend and National Insurance tax rates are set to rise on 6 April 2022 to help fund health and social care. We look at what the dividen...

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