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South Africa’s inheritance laws apply to every person who owns property in South Africa.The three main statutes governing inheritances in South Africa are: Saving For Retirement, Retirement Planning, Capital Gains Tax, Need To Know, South Africa, First Love, Finance, How To Apply

Inheritance Tax – What you need to know

South Africa’s inheritance laws apply to every person who owns property in South Africa. The three main statutes governing inheritances in South Africa are: The Administration of Estates Act (Regulates the disposal of the deceased’s estate in South Africa) The Wills Act (Affects all persons with a will for their property in South Africa) The Intestate Succession Act (Governs the distribution of estates of all deceased persons who have property and who die without a will) What is Inheritance…

South Africa’s inheritance laws apply to every person who owns property in South Africa.The three main statutes governing inheritances in South Africa are: Saving For Retirement, Retirement Planning, Capital Gains Tax, Need To Know, South Africa, First Love, Finance, How To Apply

Inheritance Tax – What you need to know

South Africa’s inheritance laws apply to every person who owns property in South Africa. The three main statutes governing inheritances in South Africa are: The Administration of Estates Act (Regulates the disposal of the deceased’s estate in South Africa) The Wills Act (Affects all persons with a will for their property in South Africa) The Intestate Succession Act (Governs the distribution of estates of all deceased persons who have property and who die without a will) What is Inheritance…

South Africa’s inheritance laws apply to every person who owns property in South Africa.The three main statutes governing inheritances in South Africa are: Saving For Retirement, Retirement Planning, Capital Gains Tax, Need To Know, South Africa, First Love, Finance, How To Apply

Inheritance Tax – What you need to know

South Africa’s inheritance laws apply to every person who owns property in South Africa. The three main statutes governing inheritances in South Africa are: The Administration of Estates Act (Regulates the disposal of the deceased’s estate in South Africa) The Wills Act (Affects all persons with a will for their property in South Africa) The Intestate Succession Act (Governs the distribution of estates of all deceased persons who have property and who die without a will) What is Inheritance…

South Africa’s inheritance laws apply to every person who owns property in South Africa.The three main statutes governing inheritances in South Africa are: Saving For Retirement, Retirement Planning, Capital Gains Tax, Need To Know, South Africa, First Love, Finance, How To Apply

Inheritance Tax – What you need to know

South Africa’s inheritance laws apply to every person who owns property in South Africa. The three main statutes governing inheritances in South Africa are: The Administration of Estates Act (Regulates the disposal of the deceased’s estate in South Africa) The Wills Act (Affects all persons with a will for their property in South Africa) The Intestate Succession Act (Governs the distribution of estates of all deceased persons who have property and who die without a will) What is Inheritance…

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How To Check If You Have Outstanding Traffic fines

Some users in Johannesburg and Pretoria have mentioned on this blog's comments that they were unable to renew their Drivers Licence due to outstanding fines. This is due to the...

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How To Check If You Have Outstanding Traffic fines

Some users in Johannesburg and Pretoria have mentioned on this blog's comments that they were unable to renew their Drivers Licence due to outstanding fines. This is due to the...

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How to steal billions and get away with it

There is a criminal enterprise which continues to steal millions from South Africans every day without any fear of facing justice. Here is how they do it.

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Sars abuses wide powers of debt recovery

A win for a taxpayer as third party notice issued to bank for withdrawal of funds is declared unlawful.

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How to Stop Those Annoying Spam Calls | LAW FOR ALL Online

South African law is strict about direct marketing, but companies still share personal information with marketers. Here’s how you can stop spam calls.

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The new rules you need to know when facing an audit from SARS

The obligation of SARS to collect tax and taxpayers’ rights are often at odds with each other.