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October 13, 2011

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Richard Ferrer

A tax payers revolt is something we perhaps like to talk about, especially in the light of very poor delivery, but how to put it into practice is the difficult part. Income tax is mostly collected through PAYE deductions and the person who issues the instruction to with hold payment to SARS is guilty of a criminal offence. Likewise with holding VAT payments. If there was a tax revolt its all too easy to single out a few people for arrest, and in this country thats very high risk.
Its at a municipal level that a tax revolt could be done but that mostly misses the target.

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