My mother is 74 years and does not work nor contribute to an annuity. She receives interest at Investec, Finbond, Absa Moneymarket and Satrix. She received only IT3b and 3c's. No IRP5 or IT3a. Father passed away January 2014 and she only received pension since March 2014. Incurred medical expenses. Where do I ad the IT3b and 3c information on ITR12?
I Would like to know if there is any way I can get my medical aid tax credit monthly if my employer don't deduct my medical Aid? I changed jobs and my previous employer used to deduct my medical aid and I received the tax credit monthly with my salary. I now feel conned as I have to wait a whole year to receive this money. We are 5 people on the medical aid - so yes is quite a bit of money
We have an autistic son which we claimed special tutuion, additional medical and other expenses.We have done this previously but this year we were audited. When we submit proof.ie invoices of tution, what is the best way to submit receipts for nappies and supplements, ie. would we scan in each till slip or can we just submit our excel sheet?
I pay my medical aid out of my own pocket every month and I have 3 dependents. When I fill out my medical aid on my e-filing section (4040 and 4020), the tax calculator does not change. I am sure I should be receiving something back for medical expenses. I pay - R5000 per months for medical aid and I have also had around R14 000 expenses that the medical aid did not cover. Is there something wrong with eFiling ?
In 2012, August, my optometrist diagnosed with a condition, I think it was myopic (where one is unable to see objects, especially when they are far), then, he gave me spectacles to correct this. This year, I did an eye test, without spectacles, and I failed. I check SARS website, this qualifies to be physical impairment, which is regarded as a disability, Question, what are the tax consequences of this,
A work colleague's daughter who is not considered to be a dependent in terms of sec 18, as she works and is 31, of the income tax act ended up in hospital last year with tick bite fever. The bills amounted to about R220 000. The mom paid all the bills for the daughter and wants to know if she can claim these under her tax return as her daughter earns so little there will be no tax paid back. The daughter is not on a medical aid of her own and is also not on her moms medical aid.
My Mother-in-law is a SASSA Old Age Grant recipient, she also earns a very small pension from her late husband's pension fund. Her medical expenses uses up almost half of her income. Can she obtain a IRP5 for her state pension as well as the other small income and then submit a ITR12 form through eFiling? If so, where can she obtain a IRP5 for her SASSA grant?
hi, I have a medical aid and I am contributing directly , but my company paid for 1 month while I was on part time. When I became permanent I didn't want them to take over the medical aid, so in that way I own it not my company. Now I have to do my returns should I put in the amount I contributed on 4005 or should I leave it blank?
I am currently employed and am ready to submit my tax return; however I have a question relating to medical expenses that were not covered by my medical aid. My medical aid is partially subsidized by my company, I contribute 40% and my employer contributes the remaining 60% towards the monthly contributions. Am I still allowed to claim tax back on these medical expenses even though I do not pay the full medical aid contribution?
i'm paying a penalty fee for my mom to be part of my medical aid. The amount is around R6 000. 1. should this be reflected in my IRP5? 2. if yes/no, there is a code on the tax submission of 4004. should this amount go on there?
Would I be getting some money back or pay in because of that?
I just got an email from SARS that said unless I earn over R350 000 a year I don't have to submit a tax return this year.
Is this correct? Wasn't the income threshold a LOT lower last year, like R70,000? My income certainly doesn't exceed R350000 per year, but I still want to declare my expenses like medical and get my refund. Must I still submit below the threshold?
I submitted my tax return 01/07/2014 and there was a negative balance of R7752.11 which meant a refund is due to me. The only part I added was my medical expenses that I pay myself every month. I am a strictly commission earner as well. Today I receive my assessed IT34 and it says Statement of account assessment -7752.11 and then Refunds 7752.11. Balance 0. What does this mean? Am I not due anything back? Older posts →← Newer posts151617181920212223242526272829303132333435