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Mazars: Corporate Tax Rate Change

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While the proposal to reduce corporate tax rates is well received, it should be noted that the interest and loss limitation rules most probably neutralise this effect. Taxpayers, especially in the new investment sector, may still face cash flow constraints through these measures.

In the 2020 Budget Speech, the Minister of Finance announced the reduction in Corporate Income Tax rate from 28% to 27% for years of assessments commencing on or after 1 April 2022. This seems to suggest that Treasury is encouraging growth in the private sector. This would hopefully assist with providing much-needed relief to South Africa’s massive unemployment, not to mention the effects that COVID 19 has had on job losses.

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