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February 2013: Tax exemption on SA pension income

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February 2013: Tax exemption on SA pension income

April 18, 2015

South Africans living abroad: Did you know you can apply for PAYE exemption directives and objections on your South African pension earnings?

Yes, you can! It’s not only possible to be exempted from future taxes payable, you can now legitimately qualify for refunds on previous years’ erroneously paid taxes!

At the team of tax specialists, under the leadership of International Tax Master, Hugo van Zyl, have developed a user-friendly Tax Payers’ Guideline explaining and justifying South African expats’ position relative to taxation (or, shall we say non-taxation?).

They explain the “how to” steps to legally qualify for past, present and future years’ tax exemptions. There’s no better, more effective, easier or sure-fire way to qualify and maintain your South African PAYE tax exemption status into the future.

For as little as R1250, or as much as R5000, a year you can hold onto the handrail, in the knowledge you’ll always be on the right side of SARS rulings while enjoying the maximum ROI on your pension earnings. That’s less than the price of a new iPad!

Next step? Contact Hugo and the tax team on to bank on a better return or register for a free consultation.