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Avoid annoyance of IRP6 submission?

Posted 9 February 2014 under Tax Q&A


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I am a pensioner and get a pension that is taxed plus RA payments and receive interest on investments that are below taxable.

How do I avoid filling in a IRP6?

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TaxTim TaxTim says:
9 February 2014 at 21:48

How much do you earn in income for the year?

Gordon says:
10 February 2014 at 11:11

Earnings from Pension 138078.9
Earnings from Annuity 36000

TaxTim TaxTim says:
10 February 2014 at 21:21

Unfortunately you exceed the earnings threshold for taxpayers over 65 which is R120 000 and therefore you will have to submit an IRP6.

Gordon says:
11 February 2014 at 9:28

I am sorry the other question I meant to put to you was, What calculations are there for claiming deduction on my contribution and expense to a medical aid for over 65?

TaxTim TaxTim says:
11 February 2014 at 20:45

If you are over 65 years of age then you are able to claim the entire medical aid contribution for tax purposes.

Gordon says:
21 February 2014 at 13:16

For my IRP6 (2) these are estimates if this is correct the tax man owes me money
income 174079
tax estimate 31925
Rebate -18830 -18830
Medical cotribution and expense -20001
Tax for full year -6906
Still to be deducted
Less employers tax for full year -6107
Less provisional tax for 1st period -299.61
Is this the correct method?

TaxTim TaxTim says:
24 February 2014 at 10:54

You cannot have a negative tax amount owed, it becomes R0. However what this means is that the tax already paid will be refunded to you so that will come back as a tax refund.


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