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Paying Tax for Website Earnings?

Posted 12 June 2013 under Tax Questions



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Hi Tim

I have a website and I receive an income every month through advertising which is paid to my bank account from overseas every month.

The amount differs each month (how much visits I get, ad company etc.)

How will I pay tax if I earn one month R3000 and one month R10000 (examples).

I don't want to pay a lump sum at the end of the 'tax year' if that is what it is called but would rather pay monthly like when you working in a company, is this possible?

I have a tax number as I worked for a company for 8 Months last year (2012)

Really appreciate your feedback

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TaxTimTaxTim says:
12 June 2013 at 11:47

If your company does not provide you with a tax certificate or take off any tax before paying you your income you will have to disclose this to SARS. You will have to register as a provisional taxpayer and submit an IRP6 return every 6 months as well as a year end tax return -ITR12. The tax threshold for the 2014 year is R67 111 per annum.

Guide to Provisional Tax


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