I receive an income from two employers. R10 000 from the one, who obviously deducts PAYE and R4500 from the other, who does not deduct PAYE, as the amount falls under the threshold.
Do I have to register as a provisional tax payer or can I register at the end of the year when assessments are due? I have never registered to file a tax return before, as my income has always been exempt from having to file tax returns. This will be my first time filing a tax return.
I have earned a additional income for doing sideline work in computers. This is the first time I have done something like this and think I need to register for provisional tax (feedback that I got on your website from answering the questions). How can I get this done effortlessly as I need to pay my first provisional tax installment for 2015 on 31 Aug from what I understand.
Do I include child maintenance received monthly as part of my income? I'm a provisional tax payer, and would like to start on preparing my IRP6 due in Aug. Also, my daughter lives with me, and contributes a monthly amount towards household expenses. Does this amount also have to be calculated as income?
Hi my husband and I are married in community of property and our rental house is in both our names. The income generated is R72,000 k per annum. I am 64 yrs old and complete a separate tax return as I also receive a pension of R5700 pm. My husband is still employed and earning a salary We have been completing provisional tax returns for a number of years now. Must both my husband and I complete provisional tax returns?
I run a small business which sells research services. It's a sole prop, but when I'm contracted by university it generates an IRP5. In my income tax return, when it asks, after the question about the value of sales, if there is any income reflected on an IRP5, does that mean I shouldn't include the IRP5 income in my total sales figure? Also, where (and what rate) do I claim insurance for necessary equipment such as my car, computer, and phone?
We are married in community of property. We are both registered with SARS. We both do not work for a employer. We receive investment and rental income on the Husbands name.
Does the Husband report all the investment and rental income on his tax return or should it be split and then reported on the Husband and Wife's tax filing? If the investment and rental income is only reported on the Husbands tax filing what should be filed on the Wife's tax filing? Should both also pay Provisio...
I have a full time job where I earn a taxable income and do my tax returns as usual. I also have a photography hobby that provides a minor extra income on a very irregular basis from a few private shoots I do. I would like to know whether or not I have to declare this and pay tax on this extra income if it is only a hobby and not a full time business?
For many years I operated as a sole Proprietor. Early 2014 I registered a PTY Ltd and duly traded as the PTY LTD. As executive director, by choice I did not draw any salary, the idea being that this would help the company cashflow by saving more working capital. I paid for all vehicle expenses ie fuel, maintenance, privately out of my savings, but approximately 90% of the vehicle use and expenses are attributable to the PTY LTD business. Is there any way that these expenses can be recovered from...
Good day. I filled my tax via SARS e filing for 201 and it triggered an audit. I got a refund after providing the docs, then after a few days I decided to call the SARS call centre. The guy on the other side told me that I need to file for 2009 and 2011 and that I made a mistake and I filed for provisional tax. They fined me for R2900 interest, now I owe them according to the efilling at the SARS branch. They were not very helpful either, the lady told me I must jus...
Hi there. The 2014-2015 tax year will be my second tax season as a self employed 'freelance' architect. Last year when I submitted my tax at SARS they said I do not need to register for provisional tax and that they would 'let me know when I needed to' so I just submitted a summary of my income and expenses to SARS at the normal tax time and they verified everything and all was ok. This year I am earning double what I did last year and feeling a bit concerned that I may have missed the magic line which crosses me over into a provisional tax payer? ...
I received a REIT dividend source code 4238 on my unit trust IT3B it is very little only R30. Are Reits exempt? Also I read the ITR12 handbook and they suggest I put it under other income/accruals 4214 code with description "income from a REIT". Is this right?
I'm worried they will make me a provisional tax payer due to this extra and only R30 that dosent come from my employment income or local exempt dividends, interest. I dont really want the extra admin issues due to this small amo...
My husband and I are married out of community of property but jointly own a flat that we rent out. When completing my provisional tax return do I include 50% of the income and expenses in mine and 50% in his return or do I include 100% in both our returns and then select the 50% partner option?
I am thinking of doing some management consulting, after my normal working hours. I am hoping to earn approx R 10 000 per month. When do I need to declare this to SARS / or at what value? Do I have to register my company, as i'm not sure if this will be a permanent thing.
I was previously running a business as a sole prop and therefore was registered as a provisional taxpayer. I have now registered a business and pay myself a salary from this. Am I still a provisional taxpayer or can I go back to doing one return per year as before? And if so, is there anything I need to do, or just simply no longer submit IRP6's?
As a provisional tax paying sole proprietor I would like to find out whether the exorbitant South African bank expenses are a legitimate business expense? I have a separate bank account for my business income.
I am employed but the employer pay me for the hours worked and does not deduct any taxes or UIF I am responsible for my own taxes. Must I register a business or how can I go about paying over the taxes so I do not need to pay in at the end of the year in my personal capacity.
I receive a salary and I recently started renting out my flat (which I resided in as primary residence, until September 2014, rented out since October 2014). I received a Rental income of R40000 for the 2014-15 tax year, the property is still under bond and there was maintenance costs etc. . Which means im still making a "loss" . (i. E. Rental Income of R40000, deductions of R50000, nett -R10000)
1. Must I still register for Provisional Tax? 2. If 1, am I late for Feb, Aug Provisional tax payment deadlines?...
I read your earlier reply to a question on income tax on fixed deposits. However, I am a provisional tax payer and my question is, when do I declare the interest earned on a 12 month F D when the inception and maturity dates do not coincide with the tax year?
I have a June Year end. We have submitted an IRP6 for December 2014(6 months after year end). Second provisional payment, needs to be completed before year end(correct??) Which is before 31-06-2015?
Once this is completed. . . Audit takes place for 2015. Once signed AFS for June 2015 have been received - a ITR14 can now be completed - is this correct?
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