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  1. Hello I've been in Canada since Dec 2018 and filed my SARS tax return last year like I normally would, but didn't change any details. Can anybody tell me which details I have to change on my profile? Do I have to put in my Canadian address and phone number? Additionally, when filing this year, I will be submitting a zero/empty return. I have not financially emigrated, but don't live in or have a home in SA. Was only back in SA for 3 weeks in 2019. Do I mark the box that says "Mark if you ceased to be a resident of RSA during this year of assessment."? And the next question asks "Were you unemployed for the full year of assessment and did not receive any income...". I've been employed for the year of assessment in Canda, but not at all in SA. Does this question only apply to SA? Anything else to consider? Thanks
  2. Hi all, In amidst the chaos of last week where the South African Rand was sorely punished for the removal of Finance Minister Nene there was a little bit of good news for South Africans living abroad who still have funds in SA. The South African Reserve Bank released a Circular on 10 December 2015 to the effect that South African residents who are living and working abroad temporarily (so indefinitely abroad without formally emigrating) may now avail of their R 1 million single discretionary allowance and the R 10 million foreign capital allowance per calendar year without returning to South Africa. The requirement for a green bar coded ID or smart card, and a valid tax number remains a requirement. Finally, just as a reminder, residents temporarily abroad may receive their SA monthly pension and/or income on retirement annuities; as well as monetary gifts. The Rand depreciated 10% in 48 hours on the announcement of Nene’s removal from his position and then proceeded to recover 5% with the change in mindset and subsequent appointment of Pravin Gordhan. A net loss though of 5% in 3 working days! We saw the Rand trade as high as 16.05 on USD, 11.40 on AUD and 24.40 on GBP on Friday in extremely volatile conditions. Fortunately some sanity has returned to the markets as Pravin Gordhan has returned to the position of finance minister, a position he vacated in 2014 and the recovery in the Rand appears to be a clear indication that markets are much happier with his ability to manage South Africa’s financial affairs. The Rand recovered to levels of 15.15 on USD, 10.95 on AUD and 22.90 on GBP and appears a little more stable for now.
  3. TanyaFXC

    WorkingIn Expo 28 Feb- 1 March 2015

    Hi all, For those of you still in SA, "The Working IN opportunity Expo' is being held at the INDABA Hotel this weekend. Below is a link to the event website and list of exhibitors:. Please contact me for more information. Hope to see you there :-) Tanya vd Westhuizen Office nr: 021 671 0804