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What type of a taxpayer am I if I receive a living annuity and I am 42 years old? My monthly living annuity income is just over R10000, I also receive money from my children's investments which ranges between R1000 and R8000.
Is it correct that for private individuals Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is levied on net gain and of that, 40% is taken into account and that amount is added to individual's taxable income for that specific tax year. How does it work for companies or Trusts, is 100% of net CGT taken into account or what?
I currently work as a freelancer and I've just started a business and there's another one coming up soon. Do I need to submit these separately with deductions relating to each business or can I submit them as one? Can income from one stream bankroll and help build up another?
I'm also considering registering for Turnover Tax, but I need some clarity on the above before I go ahead with it.
I got a new job and the new company is paying me one month's salary as relocation allowance. I understand that this is taxed, but can I have any tax deductions if I can prove actual relocation expenses?
Question before I start. I am at work and would like to file my tax returns with you.Should I be called to attend to customer's or answer the phone and I close the websitecan I then log on again and continue or once I start I must complete the entire process? Thanking youMaria
Good Day. During 2016/2017 my wife stayed with me before we got married. We both had doctors visits but I did not have a medical aid yet. Can the doctor's fees be deducted from my tax? She also got pregnant with my child and we had monthly check ups.
I earned interest on a Peer 2 Peer investment in the UK, at https://www. Ratesetter. Com/. As this is a non-SA entity they do not provide IT3(b) statements. It is also not a bank/ institution but independent loans. As such, I am not clear if or were to add this amount in TaxTim. I did get a statement with the amount received of 110. 25GBP. Do I enter this amount at the point of "Did you earn any interest from a foreign bank / institution? On your IT3(b) you will see an amount under foreign interest. " ?...
Good day, SARS owes me money, had to go through the ombudsman to prove this, successfully did so however, SARS now requires that I prove that I actually did pay an amount I owed 2 years back before they refund me. My question is: is that even legally allowed/required of me or is it foul play from SARS? Thank you for your assistance
I had MTN Zakhele shares which reach maturity and were paid out in December 2016. Do I include the amount that was paid into my bank account or the difference between what I paid for the shares vs what I sold them for?
This query relates to question 6431 "Please enter the total amount received from the sale here. This is known as the proceeds." in the Capital Gains section.
I am a provisional taxpayer and would like to make use of TaxTim. However I am not registered with E-filing. Therefore, must I be registered with SARS E-filing in order to be able to make use of TaxTim's services? Or can TaxTim submit tax returns directly on my behalf (note I will pay any added costs if necessary) to SARS?