Should I draft a Will?

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A1_bA mother who has always wanted her daughter to inherit her diamond engagement ring may never get her wish if she dies without leaving a valid written will. The mother’s estate would then be distributed in terms of the Intestate Succession Act No. 81 of 1987.

Taking the time to draft a will can leave you with the peace of mind that your assets will be distributed according to your wishes as far as possible. Your will should reflect exactly how you want your assets to be dealt with after your death and should not be contra bonos mores (against good morals). It should also not amount to “ruling from the grave”.

There are a number of legal requirements that have to be complied with for a will to be valid. If it does not comply with all of these requirements it could be found to be invalid. Your estate would then also be dealt with in terms of the Intestate Succession Act of 1987. It is therefore of the utmost importance that you obtain the assistance of someone with the necessary specialised skill and knowledge to assist you with the drafting of your will.

A will should also regularly be revised and updated to adapt to your changing circumstances, for example after getting married, and when there is a child on the way. Section 2B of the Wills Act No. 7 of 1953 (as amended by the Law of Succession Act No. 43 of 1992) deals specifically with a change in marital status by way of divorce, and reads as follows:

“If any person dies within three months after his marriage was dissolved by a divorce or annulment by a competent court and that person executed a will before the date of such dissolution, that will shall be implemented in the same manner as it would have been implemented if his previous spouse had died before the date of the dissolution concerned, unless it appears from the will that the testator intended to benefit his previous spouse notwithstanding the dissolution of his marriage.”

This can be explained by way of the following example: A and B get divorced and B dies within three months of the date of the divorce. B’s will was executed before they got divorced. Unless B’s will specifically indicated that A must benefit from B’s estate despite the divorce, B’s estate will then be distributed as if A died before they got divorced. A will therefore not inherit from B’s estate in this scenario. However, should B die more than 3 months after the divorce and B’s will, which benefits A, was not changed, then it will be seen as if B intended A to inherit, despite the divorce.

A person who was previously married and who remarries, should ensure that the necessary changes are made to his/her will. If not, this could have profound consequences for the “new” spouse, especially if the will still benefits the spouse from the previous marriage.

When there are minor children in the picture, it is advisable to make adequate provision for their living costs and education in your will. This can be done by creating a testamentary trust of which the minor children can be beneficiaries.

Thinking and talking about one’s passing is not a pleasant subject. Having a valid, clear and unambiguous will can prevent unpleasant family feuds caused by them having to make decisions about the distribution of your estate. It is certainly worth the time and effort to have a valid written will in place.

References:
Drafting of Wills 2013 – LEAD
Intestate Succession Act 81/1987
Wills Act 7/1953

This article is a general information sheet and should not be used or relied on as legal or other professional advice. No liability can be accepted for any errors or omissions nor for any loss or damage arising from reliance upon any information herein. Always contact your legal adviser for specific and detailed advice. Errors and omission excepted. (E&OE)

Implications of Estate Duty

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A2_bEstate duty is charged on the dutiable value of the estate in terms of the Estate Duty Act. The general rule is that if the taxpayer is ordinarily resident in South Africa at the time of death, all of his/her assets (including deemed property), wherever they are situated, will be included in the gross value of his/her estate for the determination of duty payable thereon.

The current estate duty rate is 20% of the dutiable value of the estate. Foreigners/non-residents also pay estate duty on their South African property.

To minimise the effects of estate duty you need to understand the calculation thereof. The following provisions apply in determining your liability:

  1. Which property is to be included.
  2. Which property constitutes “deemed property”.
  3. Allowable deductions: the possible deductions that are allowed when calculating estate duty.

Property includes all property, or any right to property, including immovable or movable, corporeal or incorporeal – registered in the deceased’s name at the time of his/her death. It also includes certain types of annuities, and options to purchase land or shares, goodwill, and intellectual property.

Deemed property

A. Insurance policies

  1. Includes proceeds of domestic insurance policies (payable in South Africa in South African currency [ZAR]), taken out on the life of the deceased, irrespective of who the owner (beneficiary) is.
  2. The proceeds of such a policy are subject to estate duty, however this can be reduced by the amount of the premiums, plus interest at 6% per annum, to the extent that the premiums were paid by a third person (the beneficiary) entitled to the proceeds of the policy. Premiums paid by the deceased himself/herself are not deductible from the proceeds for estate duty purposes.
  3. If the proceeds of a policy are payable to the surviving spouse or a child of the deceased in terms of a properly registered antenuptial contract (i.e. registered with the Deeds Office) the policy will be totally exempt from estate duty.
  4. Where a policy is taken out on each other’s lives by business partners, and certain criteria are met, the proceeds are exempt from estate duty.

B. Benefits payable by pension and other funds by or as a result of the death of the deceased

Payments by such funds (pension, retirement annuity, provident funds) usually consist of two components – a lump sum payment on death and an annuity afterwards. The lump sum component used to be subject to estate duty. However as from 1 January 2009, no amount received from such a fund is included in the estate of the deceased for estate duty purposes.

C. Donations at date of death

Donations where the donee will not benefit until the death of the donor and where the donation only materialises if the donor dies, are not subject to donations tax. These have to be included as an asset in the deceased estate and are subject to estate duty.

D.Claims in terms of the Matrimonial Property Act (accrual claim)

An accrual claim that the estate of a deceased has against the surviving spouse is property deemed to be property in the deceased estate.

E. Property that the deceased was competent to dispose of immediately prior to his/her death (Section 3(3)(d) of the Estate Duty Act), like donating an asset to a trust, may be included as deemed property.

Deductions

Some of the most important allowable deductions are:

1. The cost of funeral, tombstone and deathbed expenses.

2. Debts due at date of death to persons who have their ordinary residence in South Africa.

3. The extent to which these debts are to be settled from property included in the estate. This includes the deceased’s income tax liability (which includes capital gains tax) for the period up to the date of death.

4. Foreign assets and rights:

a. The general rule is that foreign assets and rights of a South African resident, wherever situated, are included in his/her estate as assets.

b. However, the value thereof can be deducted for estate duty purposes where such foreign property was acquired before the deceased became ordinarily resident in South Africa for the first time, or was acquired by way of donation or inheritance from a non-resident, after the donee became ordinarily resident in South Africa for the first time (provided that the donor or testator was not ordinarily resident in South Africa at the time of the donation or death). The amount of any profits or proceeds of any such property is also deductible.

5. Debts and liabilities due to non-residents:

a. Debts and liabilities due to non-residents are deductible but only to the extent that such debts exceed the value of the deceased’s assets situated outside South Africa which have not been included in the dutiable estate.

6. Bequests to certain public benefit organisations:

a. Where property is bequeathed to a public benefit organisation or public welfare organisation which is exempt from income tax, or to the State or any local authority within South Africa, the value of such property will be able to be deducted for estate duty purposes.

7. Property accruing to a surviving spouse [Section 4(q)]:

a. This includes that much of the value of any property included in the estate that has not already been allowed as a deduction and accrues to a surviving spouse.

b. Note that proceeds of a policy payable to the surviving spouse are required to be included in the estate for estate duty purposes (as deemed property), but that this is deductible in terms of Section 4(q).

c. Section 4(q) deductions will not be granted where the property inherited is subject to a bequest price.

d. Section 4(q) deductions will not be granted where the bequest is to a trust established by the deceased for the benefit of the surviving spouse, if the trustee(s) has/have discretion to allocate such property or any income out of it to any person other than the surviving spouse (a discretionary trust). Where the trustee(s) has/have no discretion as regards both the income and capital of the trust, the Section 4(q) deduction may be granted (a vested trust).

Portable R3.5 million deduction between spouses

The Act allows for the R3.5 million deduction from estate duty to roll over from the deceased to a surviving spouse so that the surviving spouse can use a R7 million deduction amount on his/her death. The portability of the deduction will only apply when the entire value of the estate of the first dying spouse is left to the surviving spouse.

Life assurance for estate duty

Estate duty will also normally be leviable on these assurance proceeds.

Source: Moore Stephens’ Estate Planning Guide.

This article is a general information sheet and should not be used or relied on as legal or other professional advice. No liability can be accepted for any errors or omissions nor for any loss or damage arising from reliance upon any information herein. Always contact your legal adviser for specific and detailed advice.

Is it beneficial to create a trust?

A Trust can be described as a legal relationship which has been created by the founder, who places assets under the control of Trustees. This either happens during the founder’s lifetime (inter vivos trust) or at the death of the founder (testamentary trust). This article will focus on the advantages and disadvantages of an inter vivos trust.

The advantage of a trust is firstly, that inter vivos trusts can be used to minimise estate duty. No estate duty should be payable on assets owned by the Trust as a Trust does not terminate or come to an end, since it has perpetual succession. Estate duty is currently taxed at 20% of the gross estate value. This saving in estate duty can be substantially large, especially for high net worth individuals who are worth millions of rands. Secondly, as the Trust’s assets are not owned by the beneficiaries, the creditors of the beneficiaries do not have a claim regarding the assets of the Trust. This advantage is especially important for people who are exposed to potential liability. Companies as well as individuals are able to transfer assets to Trusts. Lastly, because Trusts have perpetual succession, beneficiaries will be able to continue enjoying the benefit of the Trust assets even if one of the Trustees were to pass away.

The disadvantages are firstly, the costs of setting up a Trust, which can be high. It may cost up to R 20 000 to set up a Trust. If immovable property is transferred to the Trust then transfer duty needs to be paid. The founders of the Trust may also be liable to pay Donations tax, which is taxable at 20% of the value of the assets transferred to the Trust. Transfer duty is taxed according to a sliding scale. Secondly, Trustees could find themselves personally liable for losses suffered by the Trust if it can be proven that they did not act with care, diligence and skill in terms of section 9 of the Trust Property Control Act. It is important to note that “skill” requires more than just acting in good faith. Trustees may be proven to be negligent not only if they invested in risky investments, but also if they invested capital too conservatively, causing the capital not to grow sufficiently. Trustees also need to be aware of the fact that they can still be held liable if only one Trustee has signing power on behalf of the Trust and he/she makes a poor decision that holds all the Trustees liable for his negligence.

The founder of the Trust needs to recognise that the assets in the Trust do not belong to him/her anymore. The assets belong to the Trust. Should this loss of control (from founder to Trust) not occur, the Trust may be seen as an alter ego of the founder, which could result in the assets being included in creditors’ claims as well as having estate duty consequences.

The earnings from the assets in the Trust are taxed at 40%, and interest exemptions do not apply to Trusts. Also, the inclusion rate for Capital Gains tax for an inter vivos trust is 66.6% whereas the inclusion rate for individuals is 33.3%. Lastly, as we can see from the above, a Trust is not for everyone.

It is important to weigh up the advantages and disadvantages before deciding whether to go ahead or not. The best decision would be to speak to a certified financial planner or attorney who can assist you in making the correct decision regarding your personal situation.

This article is a general information sheet and should not be used or relied on as legal or other professional advice. No liability can be accepted for any errors or omissions nor for any loss or damage arising from reliance upon any information herein. Always contact your legal adviser for specific and detailed advice.

Is dit voordelig om ‘n trust te stig?

Die Trust kan beskryf word as ‘n regsverhouding wat ontstaan waarby die stigter bates onder die beheer van Trustees plaas. Dit gebeur óf in die stigter se leeftyd (inter vivos trust), óf by die stigter se dood (testamentêre trust). Hierdie artikel gaan fokus op die voordele en nadele van die inter vivos trust.

Die voordele van ‘n Trust is eerstens om boedelbelasting te verminder. ‘n Inter vivos trust kan gebruik word om boedelbelasting te verminder. Geen boedelbelasting is betaalbaar op bates wat deur die Trust gehou word nie, aangesien ‘n Trust nie sterf nie. Boedelbelasting is huidiglik belasbaar teen 20% van die bruto waarde van die boedel. Die boedelbelasting besparing kan aansienlik wees vir ‘n persoon met ‘n groot netto waarde, wat miljoene rande werd kan wees. Tweedens kan ‘n Trust gebruik word om beskerming te geniet teen die begunstigdes se krediteure, aangesien die bates nie die eiendom van die begunstigdes is nie en krediteure dus nie ‘n eis teen die bates van die Trust kan instel nie. Hierdie voordeel is veral belangrik vir mense wat blootgestel is aan persoonlike aanspreeklikheid. Maatskappye en persone kan bates na ‘n Trust oordra. Derdens, as gevolg van die feit dat ‘n Trust nooit sterf nie, sal die begunstigdes steeds die voordeel van die trustbate geniet, selfs al sterf een van die Trustees.

Die nadele van ‘n Trust is eerstens die kostes om ‘n Trust te stig en op te rig, wat baie hoog kan wees, selfs soveel as R20 000. As onroerende bates na ‘n Trust oorgedra word, sal hereregte ook betaalbaar wees. Die stigters van die Trust kan ook verantwoordelik wees vir Skenkingsbelasting, wat huidiglik belasbaar is teen 20% van die waarde van die bates oorgedra aan die Trust. Hereregte is belasbaar volgens ‘n glyskaal. Tweedens kan Trustees persoonlik aanspreeklik gehou word vir finansiële verliese wat deur die Trust gely word as daar bevind word dat hulle nie met die nodige sorg, toewyding en vaardigheid opgetree het in terme van Artikel 9 van die Wet op Beheer van Trustgoedere nie. Dit is belangrik om daarop te let dat “vaardigheid” meer vereis as net goeie trou. Trustees se handelinge mag dalk as nalatig beskou word indien hulle hoë-risiko beleggings aangaan, maar ook as hulle beleggings aangaan wat te konserwatief is en wat veroorsaak dat die kapitaal nie teen ‘n goeie rentekoers groei nie. Trustees moet ook bewus wees daarvan dat hulle aanspreeklik gehou kan word, selfs al is daar net een Trustee met tekenmagte, aangesien ‘n swak keuse deur hierdie persoon alle Trustees aanspreeklik vir nalatigheid sal maak.

Die stigter van die Trust moet besef dat die bates in die Trust nie langer aan hom/haar  behoort nie, maar aan die Trust. Indien hierdie verlies van beheer (van stigter na Trust) nie plaasvind nie, kan die Trust  as ‘n alter ego van die stigter gesien word, wat beteken dat hierdie bates wel in krediteure se eise ingesluit kan word en boedelbelasting gevolglik van toepassing kan wees.

Die verdienste uit bates in die Trust word teen 40% belas, en baie min vrystellings is van toepassing op Trusts. Die huidige koers vir Kapitaalwinsbelasting vir ‘n inter vivos trust is 66.6% terwyl die koers vir individue 33.3% is. Laastens is dit duidelik dat ‘n Trust nie ‘n geskikte keuse vir almal is nie.

Dit is belangrik om die voordele en nadele te oorweeg voordat ‘n besluit gemaak word om ‘n Trust te stig. Die beste besluit sou wees om met ‘n gesertifiseerde finansiële beplanner of prokureur te praat, wat kan help om die regte besluit met betrekking tot die spesifieke situasie te maak.

Hierdie artikel is ‘n algemene inligtingstuk en moet nie gebruik of staatgemaak word op as professionele advies nie. Geen aanspreeklikheid kan aanvaar word vir enige foute of weglatings of vir enige verlies of skade wat voortspruit uit vertroue op enige inligting hierin nie. Kontak atyd jou finansiële adviseur vir spesifieke en gedetailleerde advies.

Dealing with marriage and estate planning

The most important forms of marriage are: marriage in community of property, marriage out of community of property (without accrual), and marriage out of community of property (with accrual).

Marriage in community of property

  1. There is no prior contractual arrangement, apart from getting married;
  2. Spouses do not have two distinct estates;
  3. There is a joint estate, with each spouse having a 50% share in each and every asset in the estate (no matter in whose name it is registered);
  4. Applies to assets acquired before the marriage and during the marriage;
  5. Should one spouse incur debts in his own name it will automatically bind his/her spouse, who will also become liable for the debt;
  6. If a sequestration takes place (in the case of insolvency), the joint estate is sequestrated.

Marriage out of community of property without the accrual system

  1. An antenuptial contract (ANC) is drawn up by an attorney (who is registered as a notary), before the marriage;
  2. Where there is no contract, the marriage is automatically in community of property;
  3. The values of each spouse’s estate on going into the marriage are stipulated in the contract;
  4. A marriage by ANC means that all property owned by spouses before the date of the marriage will remain the sole property of each spouse;
  5. Each spouse controls his/her own estate exclusively without interference from the other spouse, although each has a duty to contribute to the household expenses according to his/her means;
  6. To allow for assets acquired by spouses during the marriage to remain the sole property of each spouse, the accrual system must be specifically excluded in the ANC.

Marriage out of community of property with the accrual system

  1. The accrual system automatically applies unless expressly excluded in the antenuptial contract;
  2. The accrual system addresses the question of the growth of each spouse’s estate after the date of marriage.

ESTATE PLANNING

Donations between spouses are exempt from donations tax and estate duty.

Marriage in community of property

  1. In the event of the death of one spouse, the surviving spouse will have a claim for 50% of the value of the combined estate, thus reducing the actual value of the estate by 50%. The estate is divided after all the debts have been settled in a deceased estate (not including burial costs and estate duty, as these are the sole obligations of the deceased and not the joint estate).
  2. When drafting a Last Will and Testament, spouses married in community of property need to be aware that it is only half of any asset that he or she is able to bequeath.
  3. Upon the death of one spouse, all banking accounts are frozen (even if they are in the name of one of the spouses), which could affect liquidity.
  4. Donations or bequests to someone married in community of property can be made to exclude the community of property; in other words, if the donor stipulates that the donation must not fall into the joint estate, then the donee can build up a separate estate. However, returns on such separate assets will go back to the joint estate.

Marriage out of community of property without the accrual system

Each estate planner (spouse) retains possession of assets owned prior to the marriage.

Marriage out of community of property with the accrual system

A donation from one spouse to the other spouse is excluded from the calculation of each spouse’s accrual; in other words, the recipient does not include it in his growth and the donor’s accrual is automatically reduced by the donation amount.

DIVORCE

In the event of divorce, the marriage will be dissolved by court decree, which will address such aspects as child maintenance, access, guardianship and custody, spousal maintenance, the division of assets, division of pension interests and so on.

COHABITATION AND DEFINITION OF “SPOUSE”

Cohabitation is defined as a stable, monogamous relationship where a couple who do not wish to or cannot get married, live together as spouses. The Taxation Laws Amendment Act has extended the definition of “spouses” to include “a same sex or heterosexual union which the Commissioner is satisfied is intended to be permanent”.

Many pieces of legislation, including the Pension Funds Amendment Act and the Taxation Laws Amendment Act, now define spouse to include a partner in a cohabitative relationship, the effects of which are that cohabitees will benefit from the Section 4(q) estate duty deduction in the Estate Duty Act, and the donations tax exemptions of the Income Tax Act.

This article is a general information sheet and should not be used or relied on as legal or other professional advice. No liability can be accepted for any errors or omissions nor for any loss or damage arising from reliance upon any information herein. Always contact your legal adviser for specific and detailed advice.

Hantering van die huwelik en boedelbeplanning

Die belangrikste vorme van huweliksgoedere-bedeling is die huwelik binne gemeenskap van goedere, die huwelik buite gemeenskap van goedere met die uitsluiting van die aanwasbedeling, en die huwelik buite gemeenskap van goedere met die insluiting van die aanwasbedeling.

Huwelik binne gemeenskap van goedere

  1. Daar is geen vooraf kontraktuele ooreenkoms nie, afgesien van trou;
  2. Gades het nie twee afsonderlike boedels nie;
  3. Daar is ‘n gemeenskaplike boedel en elke gade het ‘n aandeel van 50% in elke bate in die boedel, ongeag in wie se naam dit geregistreer is;
  4. Dit geld vir die bates verkry voor die huwelik asook tydens die huwelik;
  5. Indien een gade skuld aangaan in sy/haar eie naam, sal sy/haar gade outomaties daardeur gebind word en ook aanspreeklik gehou word vir die skuld;
  6. Indien ‘n sekwestrasie plaasvind (in die geval van insolvensie), sal die gemeenskaplike boedel gesekwestreer word.

Huwelik buite gemeenskap van goedere met die uitsluiting van die aanwasbedeling

  1. ‘n Notariële huweliksvoorwaardekontrak (HVK) word voor die sluiting van die huwelik opgestel deur ‘n prokureur (wat geregistreer is as ‘n notaris);
  2. Indien daar geen kontrak bestaan nie, sal die huweliksbedeling outomaties binne gemeenskap van goedere wees;
  3. Die waardes van elke gade se boedel by huweliksluiting word in hierdie kontrak vervat;
  4. ‘n Huwelik met ‘n HVK beteken dat al die eiendom wat deur die gades besit word voor die datum van huweliksluiting, die eiendom van die betrokke gade sal bly;
  5. Elke gade het volle beskikkingsreg oor sy/haar eie bates (met ander woorde sonder vooraftoestemming van die ander), alhoewel daar ‘n plig rus op elke gade om volgens sy/haar vermoë by te dra tot die gesamentlike huishoudelike uitgawes;
  6. Bates verkry in die loop van die huwelik sal slegs die uitsluitlike eiendom van een gade bly indien die aanwasbedeling uitdruklik deur die gades uitgesluit word.

Huwelik buite gemeenskap van goedere met die insluiting van die aanwasbedeling

  1. Die huwelik buite gemeenskap van goedere sluit outomaties die aanwasbedeling in, tensy dit uitdruklik deur die gades in die HVK uitgesluit word;
  2. Eers met ontbinding van die huwelik tree die aanwasbedeling in werking en moet groei van elke gade se boedel vasgestel word.

BOEDELBEPLANNING

Skenkings tussen gades is vrygestel van skenkingsbelasting asook boedelbelasting.

Huwelik binne gemeenskap van goedere

  1. In die geval van die dood van ‘n eggenoot het die langslewende gade ‘n eis vir 50% van die waarde van die gesamentlike boedel en word die werklike waarde van die boedel derhalwe verminder met 50%. Die boedel word eers verdeel nadat al die skuld vereffen is (begrafniskoste en boedelbelasting word hierby uitgesluit, aangesien die oorledene en nie die gemeenskaplike boedel nie, hiervoor aanspreeklik is).
  2. By die opstel van ‘n testament is dit belangrik dat gades wat getroud is binne gemeenskap van goedere, bewus moet wees daarvan dat hy/sy slegs die helfte van ‘n bate bemaak.
  3. By die dood van ‘n eggenoot word alle bankrekenings gevries (selfs al is die rekenings slegs in een van die gades se naam). Dit kan ‘n invloed hê op likiditeit.
  4. Skenkings of erflatings aan iemand getroud binne gemeenskap van goedere kan ook uitgesluit word van die gemeenskaplike boedel. Die skenker kan met ander woorde bepaal dat die skenking nie binne die gemeenskaplike boedel moet val nie. Die ontvanger daarvan sal dan ‘n afsonderlike    boedel kan opbou maar die opbrengs van sodanige afsonderlike bates sal weer binne die        gesamentlike boedel val.

Huwelik buite gemeenskap van goedere met die uitsluiting van die aanwasbedeling

Elke boedelbeplanner (gade) behou besit van bates wat voor die huwelik verkry is.

Huwelik buite gemeenskap van goedere met die insluiting van die aanwasbedeling

‘n Skenking van een gade aan die ander gade word uitgesluit by die berekening van elke gade se             aanwas. Die ontvanger van die geskenk kan dit met ander woorde nie in berekening bring             wanneer die groei van sy/haar aanwas vasgestel word nie en die skenker se aanwas word             outomaties verminder met die skenkingsbedrag.

EGSKEIDING

In die geval van egskeiding word die huwelik ontbind deur ‘n hofbeslissing en sal die hof dan aspekte soos onderhoud vir ‘n kind, kontak (toegang), voogdyskap en sorg (toesig), onderhoud vir die gade, die verdeling van bates, verdeling van pensioenbelange, ensovoorts bepaal.

SAAMWOON EN DIE DEFINISIE VAN ‘GADE’

“Saamwoon” word gedefinieer as ‘n stabiele, vaste verhouding waar ‘n paartjie wat nie wil of kan trou nie, saamleef as gades. Die Wysigingswet op Belastingwet het die definisie van “gades” uitgebrei deur ook in te sluit “a same sex or heterosexual union which the Commissioner is satisfied is intended to be permanent”.

Verskeie stukke wetgewing soos die Wysigingswet op Pensioenfondse en Wysigingswet op die Belastingwet, definieer “gade” om ook ‘n lewensmaat in ‘n saamwoonverhouding, in te sluit. Die effek is  dat saamwoon-lewensmaats voordeel trek uit die artikel 4(q)-boedelbelastingaftrekking soos bepaal in die Boedelbelastingwet, en die skenkingsbelastingvrystelling van die Inkomstebelastingwet.

Hierdie artikel is ‘n algemene inligtingstuk en moet nie gebruik of staatgemaak word op as professionele advies nie. Geen aanspreeklikheid kan aanvaar word vir enige foute of weglatings of vir enige verlies of skade wat voortspruit uit vertroue op enige inligting hierin nie. Kontak atyd jou finansiële adviseur vir spesifieke en gedetailleerde advies.