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Cecil Kilpin | June 2020: Supplementary Budget

By |2022-01-20T12:23:06+02:00June 26th, 2020|Business, Finance + Economics, Goverment, Newsletter, Tax|

Liduma lidlule!The storm shall pass! The purpose of the supplementary budget is obviously due to the historic nature of this pandemic and economic downturn. A second adjustments budget in October will be tabled together with the Medium‐Term Budget Policy Statement. The Budget Does Two Things:First, it brings an Adjustments Appropriation Bill and a Division of Revenue Amendment Bill to the House. These Bills ask Parliament to approve the response package for COVID‐19.   Second, it lays a path for the direction the president gave us on 21 April to “not merely return our economy to where it was before the Corona virus, but to forge a new economy in a new global reality” This Supplementary Budget sets out a road-map to stabilise debt, by improving spending patterns, and creating a foundation for economic [...]

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Cecil Kilpin | Government’s COVID-19 Proposal

By |2022-01-20T12:42:49+02:00March 31st, 2020|Business, Finance + Economics, Goverment, Newsletter, Tax|

Deferral Of The Payment Of Employees’ Tax Liability For Tax Compliant Small To Medium Sized Businesses   In order to assist with alleviating any cash flow burden arising as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak,Government proposes the following tax measures for tax compliant small to medium sized businesses, for a limited period of four months, beginning 1st April 2020 and ending on 31st July 2020: Deferral of payment of 20% of the PAYE liability, without SARS imposing administrative penalties and interest for the late payment thereof. The deferred PAYE liability must be paid to SARS in equal installments over the six month period commencing on 1 August 2020, i.e. the first payment must be made on 7th September 2020.   For the purposes of this [...]

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Cecil Kilpin | November 2017 Newsletter

By |2022-01-21T10:39:42+02:00November 3rd, 2017|Business, Finance + Economics, Goverment, Newsletter, Tax|

"REVIEW: MEDIUM TERM BUDGET POLICY SPEECH" Overview There was not much good news, with revenue shortfalls projected in 2017/18 to be R50 billion, R69 billion in 2018/19 and R89 billion in 2019/20. So, a collective shortfall over the next three years of over R200 billion, with limited detail on how to fund it. There is mention of the sale of state assets to fund the SAA bailouts etc. There appears to be no concrete plan of action besides the possible sale of some Telkom shares.We appear to be stuck in a low growth trap, with limited vision for a way forward. There is immense political pressure to act in accordance with the wishes of key political figures and it appears that only a radical change [...]

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