Monday November 30, 2020

How will the income levy hit you?

The income levy will be taking a bite out of workers’ pay for the first time at the end of the month, but confusion still surrounds aspects of its implementation.

24th January, 2009

The financial hangover from the festive season can linger throughout January, as credit card bills loom and the excesses of December leave current accounts feeling more than a little strained. However, the usual relief of the first pay cheque of the year will be a little muted this month, as taxpayers feel the effects of the recently-announced income levy for the first time.

For those who are paid monthly, the coming week will most likely...

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