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How to fill in your Tax return with two sources of income, but no IRP 5?

Posted 10 September 2013 under Tax Questions


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I do work for a research group but am not formerly employed by the research group at the university. I am listed as a vendor and get paid for things I do for the group. Effectively as a supplier of things I make.

So how do I fill in my tax form since I am in the tax threshold. I do not get a IRP 5 since I am not employed by them. I also received a pay out of a fund that I had from my previous work and it shows up in my form as an employer.

Now I would like to know how do I go about to fill in my form as I am receiving income but do not know what code or where to put it in the form.

Kind Regards
JD

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TaxTimTaxTim says:
10 September 2013 at 20:16

You would need to include this income under the "local business income" section of the ITR12 and record the expenses you incurred in earning that income. The amount from the fund will be shown on an IRP5/IT3a which you most likely will see on your ITR12 tax return on eFiling already.


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