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Declaring Dual listed company dividends

Posted 22 November 2015 under Tax Q&A


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John says:
22 November 2015 at 18:10

I own Richemont and Billiton shares that are dual listed on the JSE. On my IT3b:

- Richemont dividends are shown as "foreign dividends" and 35% tax is deducted as "foreign tax paid".
- BHP Billiton dividends are shown as "foreign dividends" but the normal 15% witholding tax is deducted.

Do I need to declare both of these under foreign dividends and foreign tax credits or are they different?

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TaxTim TaxTim says:
22 November 2015 at 20:12

Declare them both under foreign dividends and then include the tax paid as well where it asks for it.


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