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Where do you include amounts

Posted 25 September 2012 under Tax Q&A


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Where must we include rental income, purchased annuities, exemption of capital portion, tax payers information, RAF S11(n)?

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TaxTim TaxTim says:
17 September 2012 at 11:51

You won't need to include Taxpayer information as this will be captured on your eFiling profile already and we value your privacy at TaxTim so we do not ask for this information. The s11(n) RAF deduction will be completed under the questions asking if any contributions were made to an RAF for the current year or if paid over by your employer then it will appear on your IRP5 and would be entered there with the other IRP5 information. When you purchase an annuity usually the company will send you an IRP5/IT3a with the details of both the capital and income portion and this will be used to complete the return. Rental Income should be included in other income.


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