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I earn R6000.00 a month. My employer told me that everybody has to register and have a tax number, regardless if you earn under the threshold and don't pay tax. What's the reason that we all have to register for an income tax number, is this correct?
My son is a foreign student studying for his degree at a South African University. He has a valid Study visa and is permitted under this visa to work 20 hours per week. His employer wants to pay him a salary of R10,000 per month. Firstly does my son have to pay tax on this and if so, how does he register with SARS without a SA Identity document?
SARS want to me file all my previous tax returns in order to receive my refund for this year. In 2011 I tutored at a university and earned below the tax filing threshold and therefore did not file my tax return. How do I file my tax return now for 2012 or how do I show SARS that I didn't need to?
As a small business, if my turnover is R14 million in year one and then drops to R12 million in year two, do I still have to pay tax at 28% per annum,even through the turnover has dropped below the threshold?
I have properties jointly with my wife (Community of Property) and getting rents which covers all my payments towards my bonds, Rates & Taxes, Levies and Refuse accounts. Little extra amount is surplus. My question is: Should I need to pay Tax on my monthly Rental Income?
I pay for my Groceries, Fruit & Veg, Rents, Electricity, Gas, Domestic Maid, School Fees, Kids Sports Fees, Transportation, Petrol, Bank Charges, Personal Loan (Absa) Credit Card Fees & Financial Charges, Telkom & Vo...
I am a freelance writer and my income depends solely upon jobs that I get from international clients. I get paid weekly in dollar and my income fluctuates. Recently I've started earning more and I suspect I might be in a tax bracket. As far as I know I have to pay provisional tax but how do I work it out and where and when do I pay it?
Hello - I am 52 years old - I have a medical aid - a discovery coastal saver - essentially a hospital plan with a portion of my my premiums going into a savings account every month. I understand that I get a rebate based on my premiums paid. I am trying to understand what constitutes a qualifying medical expense. If money is taken form my medical savings account (which is effectively my money) do these expenses count as "qualifying" - my accountant has told me that only if I spend more than a c...
Hi, I can provide services such as graphic design, animation, music production and web development. I recently caught attention of few business owners wanting me to do work for them, will I need to pay tax approaching them as self employed individual? I am prepared to charge everything once off based.
I run an events company and should have registered for VAT a long time ago, but am only doing so now. On completing the registration form, they will see that my company has been operating for a couple of years now, some of which, my turnover has been over the threshold. My question is: Will SARS investigate my prior years financial turnover? What will happen if they do investigate my prior year finances?
In terms of the IRP3(a), how does one do the manual calculations of the taxation that should be deducted if ''other''(X) is ticked under the directive reason, as there are calculations available for the retirement and severance benefits.
I started working online and get around R2000 -R3000 a week. Sometimes less, sometimes more. Some of the work I get is out of the country. So I just wanted to ask, must I pay tax or is the amount too little? Is there a way I can work it out or will it be best to just go in to their offices?