C&A Friedlander Attorneys

What is an incidental credit agreement?

The current economic climate has seen an increase in financial debt, with a large number of consumers being unable to meet their payment obligations to inter alia suppliers and/or lenders. As a result, businesses have been forced to demand payments and issue summons in the hopes of collecting the outstanding debt owed to them. This […]

The Intersection between Administrative Law and Tax Debt Management

During Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan’s budget speech on 22 February 2017, he introduced an increased dividends tax as well as a new tax bracket targeting the wealthy and trusts. It has accordingly become more necessary than ever to ensure that any and all applicable income tax deductions are taken advantage of in order to properly […]

Voluntary disclosure program under the tax administration act

The Tax Administration Act No 28 of 2011 allows any person to apply for voluntary disclosure relief. This voluntary disclosure relief applies to all taxes administered by SARS, except customs and excise. The application, supporting documentation and other information regarding this voluntary disclosure is confidential and may not be shared with any other division of […]