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I started working for an employer in April this year. I have been informed that my IRP5 will be issued end of next financial year. How will I submit my tax return if I haven't received this yet? I was self employed before starting at the new company and income then was below the threshold to have to submit a tax return.
I have a EME Company registered for turnover tax. The profit is under R200 000, thus exempt from Dividend Tax. When I pay dividends to one of the two 50/50 share holders, must that share holder pay any tax on the dividends received, and can I pay all dividends to only one share holder?
If a taxpayer from Germany has a 5 year contract to work in South Africa for a South African employer (of an international company), would that taxpayer need to file a tax return? The employer registered the taxpayer for income tax and is deducting PAYE on a monthly basis. The taxpayer earns more than the threshold and will be tax returning to Germany after the contract.
I am employed as an independent contractor working 6 hours a week for R5625 monthly before tax. I only work 8 months of the year and have been told by law I should be taxed 25% as PAYE. Is this correct?
My Employer issued me the IRP5 and my total Taxable amount is about R96,000 for 12 month period. SARS published that the individuals who earn less than 350,000 are not required to file the Income Tax. Http://www. SARS. Gov. Za/TaxTypes/PIT/Pages/default. Aspx Top tip: You don't need to file if your total salary for the year before tax is not more than R350 000, provided: I filed my Tax last 2 years. Please advise me will it be a problem if I don't file the Tax this year as my total...
I have been unemployed for the 2014 / 2015 tax year. For income, I have been getting casual work here and there. By casual I mean I worked on some events, did some technical drawings for a company and then helped with a school magazine. I was paid for all these jobs, for which I had to invoice and naturally I incurred expenses to do these jobs. Two events were overseas. There were a few months when I had no work at all. (My taxable income is less that the R70700 threshold. ) My question is, does...
After phoning SARS about an eFiling problem (presently 2015), I was told by the consultant that my tax return for 2013 was overdue. I responded that I hadn't been making anywhere near the tax threshold that year, and that various SARS website material, tax-consultants & SARS consultants over the years had confirmed as much (single source income, no med-aid, no R/A, no travel, no NPO-PBO donations, etc). He responded that everyone had to submit a tax return every year, regardless of how much they...
What happens if I started my first full-time job at the beginning of 2012 and submitted my tax return correctly (getting no refund, of course)... But then I quit the job in January 2013 and went back to study for the year of 2013? I assume I didn't have to submit for that year off? (I didn't). I then started freelancing and working for myself throughout 2014. Do I need to submit a tax return for 2014, even though as a freelancer I made less than the threshold?
I have not filed a tax return for three years even thou I have been employed and did previous tax returns however I do earn below the 350 000 threshold. What do I do to be compliant and what kind of penalties would I expect?
My question is whether you need to submit a tax return if you are not permanently employed and don't have an employment contract and your income is less than R300 000 per year but more than R100 000? If you do not have to submit a tax return do you then have to pay tax?
Hi. I started helping people in gardens doing gardening jobs 4 years ago. It was very still in the beginning doing about 8 jobs a month and just surviving. I now have more clients and want to know if I must register a company and what about the previous years of earning something. Must I pay a penalty.
I resigned from my job in 2010 and took my pension to buy a small business, which I ran as a sole proprietor for 2. 5 years. During this time, I did not submit a tax return, as I wasn't sure how to do it. Also, I was not making much profit and more or less came out even at the end of every month. I then passed the business on to my son-in-law and started working again in 2013. All the income and expenditure info relating to the business was contained on a laptop, which subsequently crashed, so I...
If I earned money from one company from July 2014 to February 2015, and received money from my parents to buy food etc during university from March 2014 to June 2014, do I need to submit a tax return for the 2014/2015 financial year?
I am a university student and I do "casual work" (babysitting, personal assistant, etc) from time to time as well as tutoring high school subjects. I have never earned more than R3000 a month, thus I know I am below the tax paying threshold. My question is should I still register as a taxpayer or not? Older posts →← Newer posts1234567891011121314151617181920