From March 2020, many South Africans living and working abroad will find themselves at the centre of new tax legislation.

Aimed specifically at anyone earning more than R1m a year while working abroad, the legislation will see them pay up to a 45% marginal tax rate on anything they earn over and above that first million. This so-called “expat tax” has many worried, raising serious questions among the millions of South Africans living and working abroad.  ..

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