South African Treasury takes aim at expats


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In last years budget, Minister Pravin Gordhan announced a number of changes designed to cover a R30 million income tax deficit caused by amongst other factors, slower growth in wages and employment.

One such proposed change was the introduction of a worldwide income tax for South African nationals working in a foreign country and earning over R1m where they aren't taxed locally.

Thousands of South African expats in Qatar are now asking the question;

What does this mean for me?

With this tax set to take effect in 2020, you must act now. Download your free e-guide to protect your savings from political and economic uncertainty

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