Once you make the decision to leave South Africa for the middle east, your ‘expat’ status immediately opens up numerous investing opportunities. It also impacts your wealth back home too.
Many South Africans receive some sort of foreign income, whether it’s from dividends, employment, rental income, interest or royalties. You may be wondering if that income you receive from a foreign country is taxable in South Africa and whether you should declare it in your South African tax return. The short answer is yes: foreign income is taxable in South Africa.
Whether you have been based outside of South Africa for decades, or just made the leap to your new expat life there are a host of key benefits to your new life, namely in the way you save and invest for the mid-long-term future.
Join us on this free informative webinar where we will be diving into various topics an expatriate South African need to be made aware of.
This exclusive webinar will cover:
- Legislation changes – What you need to know
- Financial Emigration
- Foreign Income Tax
- Capital Gains-The Facts
- Succession planning
- Case study’s