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No you are not a provisional taxpayer as you are below the threshold.
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Razzmatazzsays: 15 November 2013 at 18:06
Maybe my question was confusing. Let me rephrase. The salary from an employer is above the threshold but the additional income earned from selling the pots is under R20000. Should I then register as a provisional taxpayer.
TaxTimsays: 16 November 2013 at 18:14
Salaried employees are exempt from registering as a provisional taxpayer unless they earn more than R20 000 from other sources in which case if they do then they are required to register as a provisional taxpayer. Given that you earn less than R20 000 per annum from your other income then you would not need to register as a provisional taxpayer.
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