Business - Tax advice
Peter O' Halloran Peter O' Halloran

Is a lawyer admitted to practice in South Africa and Botswana. He is also the tax partner at BDO Gaborone.

About CGT exemptions

Antiques, classic cars and other ‘collectibles’ increase in value, but need not attract capital gains tax.
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The employment incentive subsidy

Determining employee eligibility and calculating the requisite amount
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Don't pay for SARS ignorance

Negligence, apathy – and a lesson in proper conduct for all taxpayers.
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Every taxpayer needs the services of a registered tax practitioner

In tax matters, many cases heard in the High Court or Appeal Court are decided by means of majority judgements.
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Attorney-client privilege, or not?

Here is yet another important case for practitioners dealing in tax disputes with the SA Revenue Service
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About historical base costs

This important case will be helpful for any practitioner dealing in tax disputes with SARS.
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Saving your assets

High taxes and an economic recession mean that estate planning is essential for preserving wealth.
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Tax truisms

How you can safeguard your wealth with reasonably little interference from SARS.
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Why you can still trust trusts

Here’s a way to build a nest egg without too much interference from SARS.
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The long arm of the tax law

Be warned – tax authorities in other countries can use SARS to get at you!
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