Hi.I am getting paid a fixed monthly amount from a company to do merchandising for them 3 times a week.This is my only source of income? (R7000,00 per month)I will also need to pay my petrol with this income as the job require traveling?What do I need to apply as?will it be a tax directive or a provisional tax payer?
I'm a Sole Proprietor.Under "Statement of Local Assets and Liabilities" there is a field "Net Capital of Business, Trade, Profession or Farming"I've already filled in all Profit and Loss under the section of "Local Business, Trade and Professional Income (incl. Rental Income)Do I just fill in the result (of Profit and Loss) again under "Net Capital of Business, Trade, Profession or Farming"?
I am a freelancer but I earned under the R70 700 threshold. Do I have to register for provisional tax? Some people have told me that I have to submit a provisional tax return anyway while reflecting on the return that my taxable income was zero. Seems stupid.
If you left work in February 2014 and started your own small business in August 2014 but you only changed from a non provisional taxpayer to a provisional taxpayer in November 2014. When do you file the the first and second period of the IRP6 form?
I have an IT3c unit trust provisional consolidated capital gains tax certificate in front of me. I need to fill in the capital gain for my unit trust under code 4250. I believe I need to select the last question on the first page saying - have you received any additional income. From there it gets rather confusing because it asks me under capital gain what assets and how many I have disposed of? Where do I just fill in the capital gain for unit trusts? If I say that I have disposed of assets and...
In response to your blog entry "What?%u20AC%u2122s the delay with getting my SARS Refund?". When and how does SARS become liable to pay interest on late refund payments? Surely there must be a mechanism to keep SARS honest when it comes to keeping our money and delaying our refunds?
I would just like clarity on this. I submitted my return, they asked for supporting docs, I gave my tax certificate of medical aid only and then was issued with a ITA34 which said said I was due a refund.I don't have an ITSA, should we get both? See below. What I am unclear of is the wording, it says the assessment has been concluded but then later on it talks about info not matching and a review. I have looked back on previous returns I have done and it said the same and I got the refunds with no hassle. Just want to know if this is final now or may they come back and request more info or can I expect a payment in the next few days?...
I am employed by an non-profit organisation based in the UK. I am a permanent resident of SA and I work from home. I receive my salary from the UK (monthly, with payslips) in GBP every month and I would like to know what I need to do to pay tax and what documents are required for SARS. Do I do a normal tax return?
I have started a new job where I'm working for partners and they will be paying me R5000 each from their respective accounts. I have not paid tax before but assume I will have to start now. What type of tax do I pay? Colleagues contract themselves to them and pay a provisional tax. Do I pay PAYE of provisional tax?
I am a sole prop and therefore do not have a company registered with CIPC. I have a few staff that work for me. Do I need to register for PAYE and UIF with SARS? Can a sole prop (ie and individual) register for PAYE?
I am currently full-time employed as an editor, but would like to go freelance next year. I am busy putting a proposal together to encourage my current employer to keep me on retainer for a portion of my current duties, for a portion of my current salary from January 2015, so that I can at least be guaranteed a basic salary for the first year or so of being a freelancer while building up a client base.
As far as tax goes, my understanding was that the burden was on freelancers to submit quarterly or annual tax returns, and that employers using freelancers were not necessarily obligated to deduct tax on their fees...
I run my own business as a sole prop in my own name. I read somewhere that if my taxable income is below a certain threshold for the year, that I do not need to register as a provisional taxpayer. Is this correct? I was under the assumption that because I earn income other than a salary (from carrying on a trade) I am automatically a provisional taxpayer?
If I am below the threshold and do not need to register, then how will I know this before hand? For example, for the 2015 tax year, I will only know if I am below the threshold at the end of the year, being Feb 2015. By then, I would be late in submitting my provisional tax returns (due in Aug 14 and then Feb 15)?...
I have not been filing due to unemployemnt. But this year I have a very small job that will pay out about R30K and I recieve money for contract work to the tune of R100K 1) How much money should I keep aside for tax (approximately)2) Should I file a tax return. (I usually efile.)Thank you so much for your answer in anticipation.