"The hardest thing in the world to understand is the income tax." - Albert Einstein
Imagine you could read a specialist book, which had the knowledge of an entire industry's top thinkers distilled by the leader in its field. Notes on South African Income Tax is this publication.
Notes on South African Income Tax is written by Phillip Haupt, a leading tax consultant in South Africa. Phillip Haupt deals with complex tax problems, and works predominantly with audit firms, law firms, businesses and high net worth individuals.
What makes Notes on South African Income Tax exceptional is its relevance to real world tax problems. As a leading tax consultant, Phillip Haupt has the advantage of dealing with a variety of clients. Thus, distilled within its pages is knowledge and expertise that have been gained through years of dealing with these clients on a variety of tax problems.
As leaders in their respective fields, Phillip's clients provide insights and specialist knowledge across a range of disciplines, the combination of which makes Notes on South African Income Tax the only publication with descriptive, intuitive, insightful and clear explanations and application of the law.
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Notes on South African Income Tax is published annually. Each updated section contains the current tax changes, updates and amendments and has become a vital tool in every professional's library.
The book is going into its 43rd Annual Edition. The book contains commentary which is not available in any other book on South African tax.
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Hedron started as a partnership between Phillip Haupt and Keith Huxham in 1982 (H & H Publications) with the publication of the first edition of "Notes on South African Income Tax". The book was popular with universities and technikons from the beginning and was adopted over the years as a useful handbook, by accountants, attorneys, and the South African Revenue Service.
Phillip is a chartered accountant with an honours degree in Taxation from the University of Cape Town. Phillip also has a Business Science degree with a major law.
Phillip was part of the academic staff (full-time and part-time) at the University of Cape Town for over 25 years.
Phillip is currently an associate emeritus professor in Tax, and a tax consultant for high net worth individuals, corporate clients, accounting and law firms.