What are the tax implications of self funding benefits such as group life cover, disability cover, medical aid and retirement funding compared to when these benefits are funded in full. Partially by a company. Would my earnings or tax benefits be less or more?
My husband pays the medical aid contribuions but I have paid 107000 to medical practitioners for operations that I have had in 2014 how much would I be able to claim on my tax return I have all the proof of payments made
1. I am a salaried employee, I receive a travel allowance so I claim my business km's by using a logbook- but I would like to know whether I can also claim the depreciation on my vehicle even if I claim km's?
2. My wife was unemployed for 18 months, so I paid for her medical aid, she submitted a 0 return for herself, would just like to know whether I can claim the medical aid expenses on my tax return ( as I paid for it, but it is on her name). 3. I have a Samsung Tablet which I use 9...
I started an allied medical practice in my own name in October 2014. I was not working prior to this. So far, I have collectively earned R22000. By the time the end of this tax year comes, I will not have reached the R70000 threshold. Does this mean that I do not need to submit a provisional return or should the threshold be adjusted pro-rata i.e because I have only worked for 5 months, the threshold would then be R29166?
I am married out of community of property. My husband pays medical aid for me and our two children. The medical aid is only a hospital plan so does not cover day to day doctors and dentist bills. I pay for the doctors and dentist bills for me and my two children. Can I claim these as a medical expense?
I am on my wife's medical aid. June' 14 our funds in our medical savings account ran out. Since then I have been paying cash for prescription medication and various tests, etc. Can I claim the out of pocket medical expenses from SARS as it amounts to almost R 18k.
Im currently working for a employer whom pays my salary monthly along with benefits such as Vehicle, Cell Phone, Medical and UIF/Pension. I'm also a partner in a small business that doesn't return large amounts, largest would be R60 000.00 per annual however would be paid out as a salary and also taxed. Would I therefore fall under a provisional tax payer or normal? Noting again that the income gained from the business is paid as a salary over the year and has its own taxes on it.
Anybody earning less than R250000.00 per annum don't have to submit tax returns according to media reports, that is equal to R20833.00 per month. Does that mean if your monthly salary is below R20833.00 no tax should be deducted monthly?
My wife did not register as a taxpayer previously because she was told she earns a salary below the taxpayer threshold. She now intends registering as a taxpayer. Can she file returns for the last five years since she has incurred medical expenses on her own medical aid amounting to R50000 which was never recovered from the medical aid. Will she receive a tax refund for her medical expenses for the last five years?
I submitted my eFiling on the 18th and then submitted my supporting Medical payments on the 20th. I have noted on the system it says the last Status is 27th. A refund is owed to me, should I call the call centre to find out when will I get the monies?
I made a small mistake in filing my return realized it after 8 days and used RFC and got the following message:You have received the following:Please note that your return cannot be processed as SARS is currently reviewing your assessment. The return will be reviewed as part of this process. SARS will advise you on the outcome in due course. Attached to Enforcement caseBasically I fixed the medical aid information as per the certificate. Previously I was due a refund of 800 rands, now it 0.95 ce...
I am 81 and married and I see that the way one shows medical expenses seems to have become complicated. Am I correct in working it out as follows? My Medical scheme fees for the year are R22 896.00 and additional medical expenses R8335. In the line ?%u20AC%u0153Medical scheme fees tax credit?%u20AC? I enter R6168 (R257x2x12). Excess Medical scheme fees are R4392 (R22896-3xR6168) In the line ?%u20AC%u0153Additional medical expenses?%u20AC? I enter R4342.33 (R4392 R8335)/3