Naturally when extra income is generated, fair enough, tax must be paid. I have seen you address the Forex trading profit questions from taxpayers but no case of forex trading losses. How does one address Forex trading losses in a personal tax return?
Could I please get assistance with my query. In 2009 I earned R29000 for the entire year as I only worked for a portion of the year. SITE of R1064 was deducted over 6 months. I have tried getting a refund of this money by submitting my tax return however SARS is adamant that I am not due a refund as SITE is non refundable. They have informed me that I should request my SITE to be paid back to me by my employer. Can you please advise.
We are in the process of migrating and my wife requires her tax history as proof of work experience. Our tax consultant at the time has lost all of the data. Is there a way to retrieve this info dating back to 2004? Do you offer this service? Thanks in advance.
I would like to ask if the following person is taxable in SA:
A German citizen worked in SA from November 2015 to January 2017. He is employed by a German company and his salary was paid into a German bank account in Euro's. The German company deducted monthly tax from his earnings up to December 2015 and then instructed him to start paying tax is SA. He registered for tax with SARS in January 2017 and received a tax number. He worked for a sister company of the German company in ...
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?