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Can you ensure your business is compliant?

And you're prepared for Tax Year-End 2020?

With Sage, you can.

Can you simplify key payroll processes and remove the burden of compliance and manual reporting ? With Sage, you can.

The 2020/2021 Budget Speech was announced by Finance Minister Tito Mboweni on 26 February 2020. So in preparation for this tax season, we have provide you with Budget Speech updates, insights, changes and tools, visit to stay up to date this tax year-end.

Our HR & Payroll software complies with the 2019 tax rates, as announced by Tito Mboweni in the 2019/2020 Budget Speech and will be updated following the announcements made on 26 February 2020. This includes the tax thresholds, tax tables and taxable portion of the travel allowance to name a few.

In keeping with the changes announced in the latest Budget Speech, our salary tax calculator gives you a view of what your tax saving or liability will be in the new tax year.


Click here to calculate your tax, with our free online salary tax calculator.


Sage City 2020 Year-End Centre

When it comes to closing the books, having information at your fingertips is key! The Sage Year-end Centre is where you can find the latest year-end information, including 24/7 assistance in the forums from partners, peers, and product experts; critical task checklists, up-to-date product information, and year-end-specific articles; as well as links to software updates so you have the latest version of your solution. Visit and bookmark today for quick access to year-end information whenever you need it!


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Budget speech 2020 discussion

Finance Minister Tito Mboweni will deliver one of the toughest Budget Speeches to date on 26 February 2020. Whatever he announces will have a massive impact on individuals and businesses – and it’s likely that tax increases will be one measure to revive the economy.

Speaking in a recent podcast, Yolandi Esterhuizen, registered tax practitioner and Compliance Manager, Sage Africa & Middle East, and Gerhard Hartman, Vice President : Medium Business, Sage Africa & Middle East, discussed the tough decisions the Minister will need to make, and how businesses can help to soften the blow, not only for their own organisations but for the country in general.