South Africans working abroad to pay more tax


South Africa’s expat tax comes into effect on the 1st of March, the new tax regulation will require South Africans working overseas to only be exempt from paying tax on the first R1-million that they earn and the rest of their earnings including all fringe benefits will be taxed. Joining CNBC Africa for more is Tim Mertens, Chairman of Sovereign Trust.

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