Blog Q&A Calculators Students Logbook Contact
Only 3 Days Remaining of Tax Season 2017! Click here to file your tax return with TaxTim now.

Bad boss not giving a raise

Posted 9 May 2013 under Tax Q&A


Let TaxTim
help you
submit your
Tax returns!


TaxTim will help you:

 Do Your Tax Return Easily
 Avoid penalties
 Maximise your refund

Tim uses your answers to complete your income tax return instantly and professionally, with everything filled in in the right place.

Let Tim submit your tax return direct to SARS in just a few clicks!

Get started

Blog Categories


Ask TaxTim

Got a question you want answered about tax?

Visit our helpdesk →
So I figured out that my husband was registered for UIF and tax, but that he never filed an IRP5 to claim back.

His boss hasn't given him a raise in 3 years. I complained and after a lot of fighting and him wanting my husband gone...I think he was making an example out of him, he gave him a raise of...R200!!! It was supposed to go up with the new financial year since 2010, but nothing!

Is what his boss doing legal? He says he can't afford to pay more, but he just bought a holiday home and blows money on lavish hunts and holidays abroad. Help!

This entry was posted in Tax Q&A and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink.

TaxTim TaxTim says:
9 May 2013 at 20:30

There is no law that states an employer must give a raise to their employers, but from what you are saying there seems more a moral and ethical injustice being committed here. There is nothing you can do about it unfortunately. I wish I had a better answer for you!

C.W says:
11 May 2013 at 14:50

Thanks for your reply. Appreciate it!


Get SARS Tax Dates and Deadlines in your Inbox
 

We'll tell you when you need to file, along with tax tips and updates.

Blog Categories


Let TaxTim
help you
submit your
Tax returns!


TaxTim will help you:

 Do Your Tax Return Easily
 Avoid penalties
 Maximise your refund

Tim uses your answers to complete your income tax return instantly and professionally, with everything filled in in the right place.

Let Tim submit your tax return direct to SARS in just a few clicks!

Get started