Expatriate Tax: South African Citizens Working Abroad and foreigners in SA

By Janice Roberts

Tax Consulting SA Author Team
Expatriate Tax Textbook (Lexis Nexis)

Imminent Changes in Tax for Expats

From 1 March 2020, expats could be liable for up to 45% tax. This title will assist both employers and individual expatriates explore their tax obligation post March 2020.

“This book will doubtless be essential reading for anyone advising his or her client with regard to the tax consequences of migration.” Judge DM Davis.

Where international employees or individuals have interests in multiple jurisdictions, the resultant tax consequences can be complex and demand a deeper understanding of South African and international tax regulations. This publication unpacks the complexities of expatriate taxes from a South African perspective in a manner that speaks to the tax specialist – as well as to the concerned taxpayer – who wish to obtain a meaningful grasp of the law.

It is unique in that it deals with aspects of international mobility; including work visa strategies, citizenship, retirement funding, international remuneration, international share schemes and exchange control considerations.

Who should buy this?

This publication will be invaluable to:

  • International taxpayers
  • Expatriates
  • Specialist tax advisors
  • Tax managers, financial planners
  • SARS
  • National Treasury officials
  • Tax lecturers & scholars of tax
  • Finance executives and managers
  • Remuneration & reward specialists
  • Payroll experts
  • Attorneys
  • Chartered accountants
  • Estate agents
  • Tax practitioners

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