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Hi, I have just opened a trading account on the Plus500 platform and I would like to make my first deposit which is R1000. I'm not registered as a tax payer yet, so my question is; do I have to go register at SARS first before I start trading in order for me to make the deposit into my Plus500 account?
If I work for a USA company and earn e.g. $65,000 per year and the company does not have a brand and or is not registered in South Africa, what is the tax process?
I imagine - (please correct me). I receive full amount monthly and need to register as a provisional tax payer and pay SARS normal PAYE twice per year? Note I will not be traveling more than 183 days per year. Is there a possible benefit of registering a business and paying myself from the business a lower amount?
I am a Temporary resident in South Africa using a work permit. I have a permanent Job and pay income tax from my salary. I however started trading different gift card codes in the US and UK online for bitcoins and have made a lot of profit in the last 8 months(well over R100k). These funds were in bitcoins which I later withdrew to my Absa account. Do I need to declare tax on these earnings as I am a non resident.
My wife and I are married out of community of property and we are both normal salary earners. My wife is the primary medical aid member and pays the premiums from her account. She claims all our medical expenses with her tax return and usually get a significant amount back. Would it make sense to split the medical costs in half and each claim that on our tax returns? Or if one of us earns more than the other, who should be making the claims/be main member (especially if one of us falls marginall...
I have submitted and received a refund for filing my ITR12 (due by end of Nov 2016). I have been made aware that I could have claimed back on a loss on a property (rental not covering the bond) and wondered if there was a way I could adjust and resubmit this form?
Hi there, I just wanted to know which fields I should fill in/select. I'm a freelance writer and want to declare my income from this work (in addition to full time income).
This query relates to question 4283 "Please add up all your business incomes and then subtract all your business expenses, as declared here. This will tell you if your business made a Profit or a Loss. Using the business code table, please enter the applicable 4 digit profit / loss code that describes your ...
Originally my primary residence (property A) had less than R10,000 remained on the bond. When I bought my rental property B, I borrowed money from my bond for my primary residence (property A) and put that full amount into the rental bond (property B). This was to reduce the interest charges on the rental property (B),given Property A has a lower interest rate than Property B. How do I show SARS that the interest charged on Property A and property B in both bond counts against the renta...
If I am an individual working for an employer through a contracting house, can I claim a travel expense for the distance traveled to a client? Do I need the contracting house need to include a specific travel allowance item on my payslip?
Is there any way to fill in tax returns from 2011-2015? I have been able to successfully file for the 2016 tax period. For the period from 2011 to 2015 as was a salaried employee and had no other additional income. My income tax over the period was fully paid as my employer was responsible for paying this directly to SARS. Is it possible to file for previous years? Are there likely to be any penalties, and are is still possible to claim for previous deductions such as pension fund contributions ...
I have submitted my tax return a few weeks ago, but unfortunately did not update my banking details and refund went into the closed account. I've since updated my banking details at the SARS offices, but when I've contacted the call centre, I was told there's a stop on the refund, that I have to go back to the offices to lift the stop. I have done that, I would like know, how long does the whole process normally takes?
I worked in RSA as a full time employee from 1 March 2015 until 30 September 2015. During this time, I earned R660 000. During this time, I was out of the country for 60 days, for business. From 1 October 2015 to 29 February 2016, I worked in the UK as a full time employee of a UK organisation. During this time, I earned R600 000 (in GBP). During this time, I was out of the country for 126 days.
During the full tax year, I spent 186 days outside of South Africa, of which 60 were consecutive, which means that I qualify for the exempt income provision (sec10(1)(o)(ii))...
How can I derive maximum benefit from maintenance and upgrades that I have made to a rental property? Can I declare the expense for the current tax year and also declare it for Capital Gains Tax purposes when I sell the property? Is there another way in which I can benefit from this expense? Older posts →← Newer posts789101112131415161718192021222324252627