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When selling one's primary residence, am I correct to assume that closing out of the bond is included in costs of selling the asset when it comes to CGT payments? Does this fall under costs of selling the asset?
I am the director of a company, whose tax was done by a tax practitioner, with the company on their SARS eFiling profile, I did not have shared access. The company's tax has since been transferred to a new tax practitioner for various reasons. The initial practitioner has indicated that he has transferred the profile, but has in fact not, and is refusing to assist me further. Could you advise on how I can gain access to the companies Efiling profile?
I recently registered a business. I however still run an online ecommerce site where the proceeds go to my personal account by way of EFTs, Cash, SnapScan and PayFast. I also pay vendors from my personal account. Can the net profit simply be transferred to the business account for tax purposes or do I need to re-register all of the above services with the company details. The ultimate goal is of course to avoid having a large income tax from both a salary and this 'sideline' ecommerce store.
If a minor child inherits - how much do they have to earn before they must be registered for paying tax? If they are not liable for tax, does one as the parent still have to notify SARS that they have funds invested?
My father has sold his house at a discounted price to my eldest sister and some of the proceeds of the sale will be split between the remaining siblings. What are the tax implications for my father and is there any way to minimize the taxes which will be levied on him?
Hi, I have registered as a provisional tax payer and did my tax return in August. My rental expenses (levies, interest and taxes) are greater than my rental income I earn. Do I still need to file the provisional tax payer tax return now and see if any payments are due?
I have paid for your services for my personal income tax, but haven't received any of my tax information yet (for investments, medical aid etc). Must I just wait until those all come later in the year and send them thro...
However, there are a number of issues that I cannot get to grips with regarding the storage of BTC in a wallet and the further use of BTC outside the fiat system:
1) If I moved my BTC to a wallet provider outside of SA (blockchain, based in Luxembourg but servicing globally) does SARS see this as an offshore transaction? as: a) The wallet provider is not a registered global institution as such. b) No interest is accumulated to this wallet / amount, so no income is generated. ...
I want to proceed with Tax Tim to complete my tax return for 2015 as it seems I have a penalty of R 1215. My question is, my tax practitioner did not complete my last tax return and I have managed to gain control of my SARS eFiling and changed my status from a Provisional Tax Payer to Ordinary Tax Payer, do I submit my tax return as a Provisional or Personal Tax Payer. I did not work in 2015, sold my jointly owned property in JHB, moved to CT and bought another property from the proceeds. I have...
If I need to register my child (minor) for tax due to interest and or CGT earned from their investment - do I register them as a provisional tax payer or as an individual tax payer? If my child earns less than R 75,000 through interest/CGT do I still need to register them for tax even though they have no tax liability?
The pricing on your website for individual tax - would assume that this is per tax submission?
We just sold a flat that we owned for 10 years. We lived in it for 2 years but we've been letting it for the last 5 years. Do I need to pay CGT of the full 10 years of can I deduct some amount for tee 2 years that we lived in it and it was our primary residence?
This year, 2016, I sold a flat which I bought at the end of 2011 and took transfer in February 2012. The flat was my permanent residence for 1 year. Will there be any reduction on capital gains tax as I was resident in the flat for 1 of the 4 years that I have owned it?
IRP6 2016-02: My income is trading income reflected through an IRP5. This year there is also a capital gain. On e-filing form I have to add the capital gain and fill in the total under "estimated taxable income". But then the full amount is taxed at my marginal income tax rate. How much of a capital gain should I be including in "estimated taxable income" for provisional tax?
I have bought a second hand car for an amount of R168000 in cash, 3 months later I decided to sell the car as it is not being used often for an amount of R215000. Will I be liable for capital gains tax on this?
I sold a property during the 2015 year of assessment and made a significant capital gain. I also claimed an assessed loss deduction on the same property for rental losses (finance charges, levies etc) against my other income up to the date the property was sold. SARS ring fenced this loss as my total taxable income falls in the highest tax bracket. However this is only as a result of the significant capital gain I made on the same property I claimed the loss on. Is there a provision in the act t...