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?
I am under 65, DONOT PAY ANY TAX as my taxable income is under R67111. I have investment accounts and according to latest IT3 B statement, interest has accrued to R21000.00. Before this figure increases the R22800.00 threshold should I register as a provisional tax payer.
My daughter is 15 year old. She wants to be registered with an agent for possible work as an actor. They require a tax number. She needs to be registered as a freelance worker. Can I register her on my easyfile (I use it for a company). If not, how do I do it? Do we have to submit tax returns every year?
Hi I have medical aid, due to the dr asking private rates I had to pay the dr for every visit an extra R100, I had several visits and now the dr has to do a procedure and I have to pay in an aditional amount can I claim back the money from SARS?
I returned to SA following 7+ years in UK. I took up permanent employment in SA during June 2011 and am a residing tax payer on my SA income. Before returning to the SA I ran my own business through a limited company, paid corporation tax and in my personal capacity earned a salary (just below the "personal allowance threshold" which consisted of minimum salary allowance + dividends. Since returning to SA the UK company still received fee income from work I did prior to leaving the UK ...
I bought an appartment in April 2012 and rent it out. My total income (April 12 to Feb 2013) is R46,000 and my expenses (interest, levies, etc) are R41,000. Total income :R5,000 I haven`t registered myself as a provisional taxpayer. So what should I do for the 2013 Tax return ? Should I reflected those number on my IRT12 ? or should I register myself on IRP6 ? or should I do both ?
I incurred alot of medical expenses not covered by the medical aid last year and not sure if I will be able to claim them as a deduction in the upcoming tax returns due to the new tax credit method. Is the tax credit only applicable to medical aid contributions or all expenses incurred?
The tax threshold is R 67111.00. My sole income is R 67110.00 from interest on cash in the bank, one rand less than the tax threshold. I am under the tax threshold, but the income is not active (from work), it is passive(from interest), do I still have to pay tax ?
There is a confusing/conflicting tax break of R 23800.00 for income earned as interest ?? R 23800.00 still falls under the total tax threshold of R 67111.00 Can you elaborate please.
I am living overseas for the past ten years and have visited South Africa occasionally for not more that 3 weeks per annum. I earn interest (R24500); dividends from private companies (R65000); retirement annuity income (R17500) amounting to approximately R110K per annum. I am paying taxes as a resident. What will my taxes be like if I were to be taxed as a non resident. Will I still be entitled to the rebates. I am 62 years old and am married in community of property. I will appreciate a hypot...
I completed my degree at the end of 2012 and started interning for an advertising company from Nov 2013 till the end of Feb 2013.
Now they will be employing me on a 6month contract between April and September and I will be getting between R5000 or R5600, contract details have not been discussed yet. But would I have to register as a tax payer if I get the R5000 as I woud be earning less than R5300 or would the fact that it is in the middle of the tax year exempt me from this? How do I go about finding out about SARS things as their website is confusing, I know nothing about these legal things and I'm scared to get caught up like Wesley Snipes... :(...
I am a pensioner with a pension below the tax threshold. However I have additional income from a part time job. Must this amount be added to my pension (which is then taxable)? How do I calculate the PAYE that is then payable?
I was wondering if u can maybe assist me. I?%u20AC%u2122m studying payroll and sars returns, I have an old text book with the old medical aid rates of 720 & 440. I hav a question where I have to calculate the taxable value of medical aid. The question reads, The following tax rebates apply to medical fund contributions: R230 for sole member, R230 for first additional dependent, an additional R154 is allowed as a REBATE for each additional dependent other than the first dependant. ...
Please can you tell me what tax I would pay on say R10,000.00 per month interest from local money market. I see R22 800 p a is tax free, then the local table applies, does that mean after 60.000 pa. This would be my only form of income.
Hi Taxtim! I'm a SA citizen but a resident in Canada for the past four years and paying taxes here (even for investment income earned in South Africa). I worked in South Africa and fulfilled all my tax obligations for the time I worked there. I still have investments (share trading and mutual funds) , Retirement annuity and joint property with my brother in South Africa. Do I need to file tax returns in SA?
For the past 5 years I have been doing work over the 'internet' for an international company. Only now I have become aware of having to pay taxes. I am not registered. For the last 2 years I've received a steady income of R6 000 / month. I don't have a physical address or contact number for the company as we communicate through email. The company email me sketches of a building then I create a 3D model of the building and send it back. How will paying taxes work for me ? Will there be pena...