personal allowances – transferring funds
All South Africans – living in the country or abroad – have the financial freedom to transfer funds offshore without having to financially emigrate by putting their annual personal allowances to use.
Foreign Investment Allowance (FIA) – R10million per adult, per annum – tax clearance certificate required. Available to all residents and non-residents, 18+ years of age. Green barcoded South African ID and subject to an active SARS tax record.
Discretionary Allowance (DA) – R1 million per adult, per annum – no tax clearance required. Available to all residents; South African non-residents may use the allowance only in the calendar year when leaving the country – 18+ years of age. Green barcoded South African ID and subject to an active SARS tax record.
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