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Changed jobs and used current IRP5 to file for tax

Posted 19 October 2015 under Tax Questions


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Jelly says:
17 October 2015 at 8:07

Hi. I changed jobs last year having worked in the other job until August and started the new job in September, which means I have 2 IRP5 forms. But when I filed for tax the assistant only used the form from the new employer. Is that correct? Does that not give a flawed assessment of the tax returns? Aren't they supposed to enter information from both IRP5 forms? Its puzzling especially when the job change impacted my PAYE significantly.

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TaxTimTaxTim says:
17 October 2015 at 10:48

Yes, the information from both IRP5s need to be included in your tax return.
You can "file for correction" and resubmit your Tax Return including the correct data.


Jelly says:
17 October 2015 at 12:41

Many thanks for the information. Can I file for correction on eFiling or I will have to do it at a SARS station? Is the process a difficult one? Thanks lots.


TaxTimTaxTim says:
19 October 2015 at 12:20

You can do it on SARS eFiling. You need to go to your Tax Return history and navigate to the Tax Return that you filed. You will see a tab called "Request Correction". You then need to submit the entire Tax Return again (not just the corrected part).

No, it should not be a difficult process.


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