TaxTim provides expert assistance at every step of the way - we'll make sure you include all the right information for every deduction, resulting in your maximum possible tax refund. With our helpdesk available to help any time, we make tax as easy as 1,2,3!
Save on expensive tax practitioner fees with professional tax assistance from just R249. TaxTim helps you step-by-step to complete your tax returns quickly, easily and correctly in under 20 minutes!
Skip the queues! You can do your own tax return easily and conveniently online, and get finished with tax in 20 minutes or less. TaxTim contains the knowledge of professional tax practitioners and will guide you step-by-step. It's easier than you think :)
As of July 2013 SARS declared it illegal for anyone other than a registered tax practitioner to assist people with doing their tax returns. Unless the person you know is a tax practitioner, them doing your tax return can lead to trouble for both of you.
This year try TaxTim - our service offers the knowledge and expertise of a trained tax professional, with an easy-to-use friendly interface.
You've come to the right place! TaxTim has made tax easy for over 4.4 million South Africans to date. Our service asks simple questions one-by-one, then fills in your tax return for you. We skip all the complicated stuff and allow you to do your own tax return quickly, easily and with confidence!
We receive a fuel benefit which is indicated as an income ( this in my mind will put me into the next bracket ). I am taxed on the higher income, then the very same amount that has been used for fuel is shown as a deduction. I don't understand this can you please explain. I don't see the benefit of a fuel card.
Please upload your payslip to the helpdesk for us to view.
TaxTimsays: 1 February 2016 at 9:08
Your payslip doesn't provide a lot of information as to how they take things into account for tax purposes. It would be best to go to your payroll and ask them to talk you through each item and perhaps ask them how this fits into your IRP5.
JTsays: 1 February 2016 at 9:53
The amount reflects on IRP5 as code 3713 other allowances
TaxTimsays: 1 February 2016 at 21:09
You will be taxed on that - you can claim against this if you keep a logbook however.
Get Tax Deadline Reminders, News and Tips
We'll tell you when you need to file, along with tax tips and updates.