I earn R6000.00 a month. My employer told me that everybody has to register and have a tax number, regardless if you earn under the threshold and don't pay tax. What's the reason that we all have to register for an income tax number, is this correct?
My brothers wish to gift my children money. Which I will be using on daily expenses and school fees. Will I be liable for tax for these incomes? Or will my brothers be liable for this? Is there a taxable limit? And are there any tax avoiding measures for single moms?
Can my mother, who lives in the UK, send my husband and I money, into his South African bank account- will we have to pay any tax on it in SA? It's one deposit of approximately 100,000.00 GB Pounds. And, the money is 100% UK bound income.
SARS refuses to deduct my medical expenses (medical doctor prescriptions and formal medical procedures), if I didn't belong to any medical aid scheme. Just to add onto that, I paid all my medical costs myself.
I've recently had the misfortune of getting a tax penalty of over R16500.00 It was deducted from my provident fund without my knowledge. A further R7000.00 was deducted from the same provident fund pay out. Please advise me if I can dispute this after it has been deducted; if not I'm fine with it. However, I got a statement from SARS more than two weeks later referring to these penalties. I'm not sure what this statement means.
I live in Namibia, but work for a South African company. I'm a South African citizen. Under the new changes brought in with the budget, how will my tax work? I'm still working for the same company (I have been working for 7 years in total).
I'm currently staying in South Africa. I receive income from foreigners, for hunting trips outside of SA borders. I'm usually out of the country for a week or two at a time. Is this income I'm earning taxable in SA?
I cashed out my Provident Fund when I left my previous employer, I was there for just under 2 years. I paid a higher tax as the first R25000.00 subject to the tax rule of: 18% of lump sum exceeding R25000.00 The financial services company explained that because several years ago I cashed out a portion of my provident fund historically, I don't qualify for the tax exclusion. Is this correct?
I bought shares in a private company (cost me 100k). We have now sold the company in full and my portion of the payout is 80k (i. e. 20k loss). Can I claim tax back on this amount? And if so, what do I need to do it?
SARS didn't accept my log books, my 2015 tax return, there's zero KMs for business use. I now need to object and they require proof of ownership- I have documents from Wesbank. Lastly, can I do this via TaxTim or must I go into SARS?
Hi I'm a stay at home mom with no income. I live in South Africa. Someone said I should get a tax number. Do I need a tax number? Will it be necessary in my future in case I divorce or am widowed or a senior? Shall I pursue it? How would it benefit me?
I'm entitled to a monthly bonus. Our salary is split into salary (75%) and monthly bonus (25%). So my salary advice states salary and monthly bonus. How is tax calculated on a monthly bonus? How does it affect the tax calculation on the additional yearly bonus?
I make annual lump sum contributions to my RA. In order for my annual lump sum contribution to qualify for tax deductions for the current year, do I only need to make the payment for my RA before the end of February, or does my financial advisor need to have allocated the funds to my RA before the deadline? i.e. Can I still make a contribution at 23:59:59 on 28 February 2017 which will count towards the 2016/2017 tax year?
I'm doing my provisional tax return and received a severance payments during the year as part of a voluntary retrenchment. My employer applied for a tax directive which was successful and I received the lump sum pay-out with the tax benefits associated on the sliding scale. How do I deal with this in my provisional tax return? If I enter the severance payment gross amount, the SARS eFiling system calculates taxes on it using the normal tax tables (it gets calculated at the highest marginal rate...