Tag archives: Tax planning

‘Controversial provisions’ in Draft Taxation Laws to have far-reaching implications

In July 2017, the first draft of the Taxation Laws Amendment Bill (TLAB) was released by National Treasury for public comment. It will give effect to the majority of the proposed tax legislation changes which were announced by the Minister of Finance in his annual budget speech in February. The TLAB contains a number of … Continue reading

Tax planning is not dead

Ruan Jooste’s interesting Business Day article raises the question whether tax structuring is under threat. Although it correctly reminds us that companies engaging in tax structuring need to proceed with caution, tax structuring is alive, well and lawful. Getting advice on a balanced approach to tax structuring and implementing robust structures which achieve the best … Continue reading