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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?
Good Day I would like to know who is right in this scenario: a SA resident and the SA company I work for received a construction contract in Sierra Leone, November 2015 we left with promises that there will be no tax deducted. Just before we left our SA employment was terminated and we were rehired by the newly established Sierra Leone company (same name, just now Sierra Leone ltd). We work everything according to the SARS 183/60 rule In the meantime, salary and tax deductions went on like norma...
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 have 30 years service at my current employer and my pension lump sum is R1820000. Id like to know what my taxes will be if I resign? are my 30 years taken into account and lastly. I must still pay my mortgage. Can this be done tax free?
Hi. I was requested to send documents for verification which I did. About four weeks later I was issued an additional IT34 (assessment) that showed no changes were made to the original assessment and on this one it indicated that I am not selected for audit / verification. But I have not yet received a completion letter. Does this mean the verification process has now been completed?
We are starting a new pty ltd and will be employed by the company as directors, should we sign up for SMART or ULTRA package, the company turnover is more than R1m pa, what company package do you have?
I pay my medical aid via my employer but they dont help me with the contribution. They do give me a medical tax credit every month, is this the right way to do it or should my medical aid only show on my tax return?