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Budget 2024 Your Tax Tables and Tax Calculator

Budget 2024: Your Tax Tables and Tax Calculator
ArticleImageHow much will you be paying in income tax, petrol and sin taxes? Use Fin 24’s four-step Budget Calculator here to find out.
The unchanged transfer duty and tax tables, with a note on fiscal drag
 
Unchanged from last year, so taxpayers can breathe a sigh of relief that rates have not been increased as many forecasters had feared. But the other side of the coin of course is that there is no inflation adjustment to the rates this year, which means that “fiscal drag” will leave you paying more tax if your inflation-linked increase pushes you into a higher tax bracket. Effectively, the buying power of your net income will fall. Plus if your property has increased in value into a higher threshold, your buyer will pay more transfer duty.Source: SARS  Source: SARSSource: SARS“Sin taxes” up – the detailsSource: National Treasury
Retirement funding and the “two-pot” reform proposal
Source: SARSSource: SARSThe proposed “two-pot” retirement reform: Per National Treasury: “Early access to retirement funds – “The two-pot retirement system will allow retirement fund members to make withdrawals from their retirement funds while they are still active members, so members need not resign to access part of their retirement benefits. … This reform is proposed to come into effect on 1 September 2024. The National Treasury aims to finalise the legislative process rapidly in the next few months to ensure that industry and regulators can prepare for implementation. Policy research and engagement continues on the outstanding auto-enrolment, mandatory enrolment and consolidation retirement reforms.”The proposals and their tax implications are complex and subject to change, but currently provide for a one-off withdrawal of up to R30,000 on implementation, and thereafter annual “savings withdrawal benefits”.
 
Budget 2024: Your Tax Tables and Tax Calculator
ArticleImageHow much will you be paying in income tax, petrol and sin taxes? Use Fin 24’s four-step Budget Calculator here to find out.
The unchanged transfer duty and tax tables, with a note on fiscal drag
 
Unchanged from last year, so taxpayers can breathe a sigh of relief that rates have not been increased as many forecasters had feared. But the other side of the coin of course is that there is no inflation adjustment to the rates this year, which means that “fiscal drag” will leave you paying more tax if your inflation-linked increase pushes you into a higher tax bracket. Effectively, the buying power of your net income will fall. Plus if your property has increased in value into a higher threshold, your buyer will pay more transfer duty.Source: SARS  Source: SARSSource: SARS“Sin taxes” up – the detailsSource: National Treasury
Retirement funding and the “two-pot” reform proposal
Source: SARSSource: SARSThe proposed “two-pot” retirement reform: Per National Treasury: “Early access to retirement funds – “The two-pot retirement system will allow retirement fund members to make withdrawals from their retirement funds while they are still active members, so members need not resign to access part of their retirement benefits. … This reform is proposed to come into effect on 1 September 2024. The National Treasury aims to finalise the legislative process rapidly in the next few months to ensure that industry and regulators can prepare for implementation. Policy research and engagement continues on the outstanding auto-enrolment, mandatory enrolment and consolidation retirement reforms.”The proposals and their tax implications are complex and subject to change, but currently provide for a one-off withdrawal of up to R30,000 on implementation, and thereafter annual “savings withdrawal benefits”.
 
Budget 2024: Your Tax Tables and Tax Calculator
ArticleImageHow much will you be paying in income tax, petrol and sin taxes? Use Fin 24’s four-step Budget Calculator here to find out.
The unchanged transfer duty and tax tables, with a note on fiscal drag
 
Unchanged from last year, so taxpayers can breathe a sigh of relief that rates have not been increased as many forecasters had feared. But the other side of the coin of course is that there is no inflation adjustment to the rates this year, which means that “fiscal drag” will leave you paying more tax if your inflation-linked increase pushes you into a higher tax bracket. Effectively, the buying power of your net income will fall. Plus if your property has increased in value into a higher threshold, your buyer will pay more transfer duty.Source: SARS  Source: SARSSource: SARS“Sin taxes” up – the detailsSource: National Treasury
Retirement funding and the “two-pot” reform proposal
Source: SARSSource: SARSThe proposed “two-pot” retirement reform: Per National Treasury: “Early access to retirement funds – “The two-pot retirement system will allow retirement fund members to make withdrawals from their retirement funds while they are still active members, so members need not resign to access part of their retirement benefits. … This reform is proposed to come into effect on 1 September 2024. The National Treasury aims to finalise the legislative process rapidly in the next few months to ensure that industry and regulators can prepare for implementation. Policy research and engagement continues on the outstanding auto-enrolment, mandatory enrolment and consolidation retirement reforms.”The proposals and their tax implications are complex and subject to change, but currently provide for a one-off withdrawal of up to R30,000 on implementation, and thereafter annual “savings withdrawal benefits”.
 

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