Last week, Helen Zille made headlines when she announced she is researching how tax revolts have been used to protest Government corruption and wasteful expenditure.
It’s totally unwise to call for a tax revolt… It [failing to pay tax as a form of protest] is a criminal offence…— Mark Kingon, acting commissioner - Sars
Ingram discussed four shrewd investments you can make to save tax (i.e. legally take part in a tax revolt, kind of):
Retirement annuity/Pension fund top-ups
Discretionary offshore allowances
- Tax-Free Savings Accounts
For more detail listen to the interview in the audio below.
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