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If my provisional tax return is a zero, must I still complete the IRP6?

Posted 8 July 2013 under Tax Questions



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As a member of a CC I paye fixed monthly PAYE and all payments are always 100% up to date. I submitted my 2013 tax return and IT34 tax assessment is -R1 (SARS owes me). On the same assessment is also a penalty of R 2,288 for not submitting provisional tax. Surely this cannot be right. Must I object Hasn't SARS issued a statement confirming that you're only obliged to submit a provisional tax return if you are indeed liable for provisional tax?

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TaxTimTaxTim says:
8 July 2013 at 21:13

Do you earn any other income over R20000 per annum? If not then you do not need to be registered for provisional tax. You can dispute this by filing a Notice of Objection which you can do on eFiling on the provisional tax working page.


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