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I am a provisional taxpayer and would like to make use of TaxTim. However I am not registered with E-filing. Therefore, must I be registered with SARS E-filing in order to be able to make use of TaxTim's services? Or can TaxTim submit tax returns directly on my behalf (note I will pay any added costs if necessary) to SARS?
SARS say they upgraded their system and have now seen i did not file a tax return in 2009,2010 and have fined me for each year. Both years i was under the threshold but they are insisting i file these returns. I do not have the IRP5 anymore and the company no longer exists. They advised that I open the return on efiling and can then submit as it should have all the info, I have done this but there is no earning/medical aid information etc. How do i resolve this now as both returns are now sitting open on efiling and i am getting fined R250 per month now that i do not resubmit....
I was retrenched April 2014 but continued paying for my medical aid in my personal capacity. I only claimed for out of pocket medical expenses and not what I paid in my private capacity. I'm not sure If I could claim for that and if I can now with 2017 submission claim for 2014 / 2015 medical expenses.
I'm a commission earner. I joined a company in January and I didn't earn any commission from January to 28 February. My previous IRP5 shows me working at that previous company for 10 months. Do I need an IRP5 with zero income on it for the 2 months at the new company? Would anything need to be submitted to show that I was employed for the 10 months at the first company and 2 months at the present company = the full 12 Months? Also, does the new company have to upload anything so that...
I've been working for the past 5 years and have never claimed back tax. I have all my IRP5 certificates since I started working. I have no travel allowance, I usually pay for everything with my own finances. I'm registered for tax with SARS, but I'm not sure if I'm registered on SARS eFiling.
Does a start-up company (dormant pty company) with zero income for first 2 years, have to register for provisional tax? The director does earn a normal salary from employer, but created company name to work on part time. The director is busy with research before there will be any taxable income. The director created the company name to reserve the name before it is taken. ( the company also needs tax number) Do not want to go through the admin for provisional tax before it is needed. Only ...
I submitted my 2016 tax return using my actual cost on my travel expenses. How can I have it changed to fixed cost as my business travel was about 16000km whilst my actual cost was only R399.00? My tax return was audited by SARS and I've disputed on these grounds several times as well as gone to SARS twice. I've been told that it's possible to have this changed and the consultant at SARS has requested it be done on their system but no change so far. The latest statement still reflects only R217,...
I live in Australia and work for a South African Company I did submit my tax return on time, but I'm still waiting for my refund. They told me that I should visit the nearest SARS branch as there is a special stopper on my account, but there's no SARS branches in Australia - do you know of an alternative solution?
How do I make an application for suspension of tax after filing an objection? I MISSED THAT OPPORTUNITY WHEN SUBMITTING MY OBJECTION. Is there any way that I can now submit an application by SARS eFile or email? Older posts →1234567891011121314151617181920