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American comedian Christopher Titus is quoted as saying: “Born free, taxed to death.” This is a bitter pill to swallow if you are part of (according to the latest National Treasury report) only about 2,1 million of registered South African taxpayers who will pay tax in the 2019/2020 season.


Tax contributions form part of the government’s funds collected by the South African Revenue Service (Sars) – a body responsible for ensuring that all working citizens contribute fairly towards this every year. According to Pumla Zondo, a tax specialist

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