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From my permanent employer I received R5000.00 per month which was increased to R5500.00 per month from July 2013. My contract for this job comes to an end half way through January 2014, therefore being 10.5 months of the 2014 tax year. My employer does deduct any amount for PAYE.
From February 2013 to August 2013 (being a 6 month contract) I had a part time job (being a different employer), where I received R3000.00 per month. My employer here deducted R750.00 per month for PAYE....
I currently live with my parents, on their property. I am looking at purchasing an apartment for R650 000 and renting it out. I have been given the option of paying for this in cash and then paying my family back at their low bond rate of 6.5% (prime -2%).
The property will be rented out for R5500. The expenses on the property (rates and levys) are R1800. So the rental income would be R3700pm. This R3700 as well as another R4300 will be paid monthly to my parents (total R8000pm). ...
Hey Tim, awesome site and very helpful info. I am not sure of my tax number, I was out the country for a few years and before that I was self employed and now again I am self employed. I last worked for a company n SA probably 10 years ago.
We have started 3 businesses since we have been in SA (my wife and I) and the first 2 didn't really get going at all and cost much more than they made which wasn't much at all. They were both Close Corporations but we never got to the stage when we got a bookkeeper in to do anything...
My Taxable Income is R 322 058. Through the year my medical Aid contributions were R 13 024 and out of pocket was R 11 359.19. I just wanted to check that I shouldn't be getting a rebate on 4008.
The calculation I'm doing is: Contributions and out of pocket (R24 383) - Tax Credit R246 * 12 * 4 (R 11 616) = R 12 767. This is less than 7.5 % of my income ~R24 000 therefor that's the reason why the 4008 allowable deduction is R 0?
I'm getting confused with regard of submiting tax return. If you earn more then R63556 you to submit your return and on the other side if your remuneration is R250000 you may not subtmit a income tax return. Can you clarify that for me please?
I started working on the 2nd of January and therefore my tax was below the threshold to submit my tax. I have heard that I can get all my tax for the first two months and was wondering if that was true?
Thanks for a great site! My question is I did my return on the 2nd July and I'm due for a refund. My concern though is I have been working for - 5years but this was my first return. Is it possible that SARS can penalise me for not filing in the previous years? There are no other IRP5's loaded on my profile so how would I know if I would need to file for those years.
My total reimbursive travel expenses are R13 802 for the 2013 tax year. My company rate is R4,30 p/km and I have received no travel allowances during the year. My IRP5 shows both 3072 R12 319 and 3073 R1 483. What code and amount should I put on my tax return?
In 2012 I was paying PAYE, I got an IRP5 from work but did nothing with it as I didn't know what it really was. Then in February 2013 they raised the threshold and I no longer earn enough to pay tax. Should I still fill in a tax return for 2012? Will they charge me late fees for this?
Hi Tax Tim Great website, very helpful over the last couple of months. I am busy filling in my ITR12, and I have a lot of deductions, ie depreciation etc, but when I enter my medical aid contributions, (paid by myself, R 1900 per month), and I calculate my tax return, it shows in the 4008 field R0.00. Please advise how to make this amount come in to account and how does the new tax credit work in my case? Lastly, re-imbursive travel expenses, how do I deduct this? I travel some times f...
I have just been granted a Life Partnership Visa with Own Business Permit. This will allow me to contract myself out to employers. What tax form do I fill in? What information is needed? How do I pay tax if I invoice a company? And will I be taxed the same as if I was employed by the company?
I don't have to pay tax, because I do not earn enough. I am not registered either and want to know why does my employer need my tax number to register me for UIF? Now they force me to go and register at SARS and I resigned a month ago.
I am graduate and currently unemployed full-time. I write for a small company. I get R700 a month for writing promos. Now thing is when I get deposit alerts from FNB, they show that R525 has been deposited,I want to know can bank charges for R700 be up to R180 or is there some taxing going on. I don't have a SARS number either. What's going on? Older posts →← Newer posts7891011121314151617181920