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I bought some Satrix Divi through the Satrix Investment Plan in Aug 2007. All dividends were reinvested by Satrix, ie every quarter more shares were bought. In July 2011, I transferred all of my "units" to an online broker and made no further purchases. For the first few months, my statements from that broker show a base cost per share of 0. Suddenly, in the March 2012 statement, it lists a cost per share, which appears to be the share price on March 16 2012. I have just sold these share...
I submitted an income tax return as farming sole prop for 2016. SARS requested supporting documentation and then I uploaded an income statement. I then received an Operations Audit letter from SARS asking to furnish them with the reason of farming income loss. The letter was emailed and does not appear on SARS eFiling. On SARS eFiling they sent a new letter the same as the old one requesting supporting documentation and the generic letter that says if you dont agree re-look at your tax return. I...
My husband and I own property, receive interest income and are married in Community of Property. What percentage of the property income, property expenses and interest income should we each include on our Provisional tax under the total turnover and estimated taxable income respectively?
I have some rental income that I would like to invest monthly in my fixed deposit. I know I must pay tax on both the rental income and the interest earned but when? I have to fill in a tax return twice yearly as a provisional tax payer. If the rental income and interest is fixed into the deposit account and I am not allowed to withdraw money, how would I go about paying the interest? Should I keep funds separate specifically for this in another account.
My husband and I sold our primary residence and bought a new one in April 2016. According to TaxTims Calculator, we don't need to pay Capital Gains Tax because it was less than R2m, but: 1. Do I still need to declare the capital gain? 2. If so, do I declare 50% of it because I own half of the property? 3. Also, I missed any mention of capital gains in my Prov tax Period 1. When I filled in Period 2 today, I didn't see any space to add Capital Gains.
I started my company in jan 2015 and want to submit my tax for march 2015- Feb 2016. I requested ITR14 for tax year 2016 is this correct. Which one do I request for Provisional tax for the same tax year. (2015-02,2016-01,2016-02)?
I am married in community of property and my wife and I are both individual provisional tax payers. I have been retired for 20 years. Can i divide my pension income between myself and my wife's income on our IRP6s?
Dear Tim, I am a foreign non resident and own a property in South Africa from which I gain rental income of about R6500 gross per month, or around R4000 after expenses. It has lately come to my attention that I may need to pay tax on this. How do I get started? I rarely visit South Africa.
I started my own photography business in July 2016 as have registered my business as a private company, and registered for Tax. I earn most of my income from clients overseas & get paid into my PayPal account, but do have South African clients who pay by EFT. I am terribly confused abut how should pay tax on my income, hope you can help?
I have just registered my pty Ltd this January 2017 and I need know what tax should I collect for SARS when invoice clients for the products I will be selling. When I registered my company at CIPC I received a doc from SARS for the company named income tax., do I use this when invoicing on the place of VAT is this the inc Me tax I should collect for SARS from clients? Thanks Older posts →← Newer posts1234567891011121314151617181920