Tag Archives: Capital Gains Tax

CAPITAL GAINS TAX AND THE ANNUAL EXCLUSION

With the 2018 tax-filing season for individuals in full swing, it is worthwhile looking at a common misconception regarding the determination of capital gains tax for individual taxpayers, specifically the role of the ‘annual exclusion’. Ensuring that the annual exclusion … Continue reading

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BEWARE OF CAPITAL GAINS TAX WHEN YOU EMIGRATE

While many people immigrate to South Africa, we also see many of our clients emigrating from South Africa. And while formal migration-status is not necessarily linked to tax residency, the time of tax migration often coincides with formal emigration linked … Continue reading

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YOUR PRIMARY RESIDENCE AND CAPITAL GAINS TAX

Capital gains tax is somewhat of a misnomer in that it does not represent a tax in and of itself, but rather operates to include a portion of a person’s capital gains realised when an asset is sold in that … Continue reading

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