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Deloitte 2015/16 Budget Speech Expectations

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With just over one week to go to 25 February, the countdown has begun for the Minister of Finance Nhlanhla Nene to present his first Budget Speech.

As Minister Nene promises ‘to do more with less,’ will South Africa see:
• An increase in the VAT rate?
• The implementation of a wealth or ‘mansion’ tax for individual taxpayers?
• Above-inflation adjustments to excise duties (sin taxes) and the fuel levy?
• The introduction of an advance pricing agreement (APA) system?

Join us at Deloitte as we share our insights and expertise in our 2015/16 Pre-Budget expectation articles, covering the possible outcomes of Budget Speech for our economy and key industries, as well as the implications across our various taxes.

Our 2015/16 Budget portal includes our expectations around managing the public sector wage bill, carbon tax, National Health Insurance (NHI) and the impact of the 2015/16 Budget on personal taxes.

Deloitte is also proud to host a dialogue with Honourable Minister of Finance Nhlanhla Nene on the 3 March 2015.
Do you have a question for the minister? Click here to submit.

Remember to follow @DeloitteSA on 25 February 2015 at #Budget2015 for our live commentary of the Budget Speech. If you have any queries, please email our Deloitte SA Budget team.

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