My ex-employer hasn't given me an IRP5 yet and it doesn't look like I will get one. I do have one IRP5 for 9 months of the tax season from a different employer. Can I submit my tax return without the outstanding IRP5? I was told to get an affidavit from the police station stating that I was not given an IRP5 for the 3 months from my ex-employer.
You can yes, but that means your income will be incorrect. Have a look on eFiling and see if both IRP5's are on first?
MissingIRP5says: 28 August 2014 at 19:38
I've confirmed that there is no IRP5 for the 3 months. The company has closed down and I cannot get hold of the owner so it doesn't look like I will ever get an IRP5 for the months that I worked there. Will an affidavit be sufficient?
TaxTimsays: 28 August 2014 at 23:24
IF you have your payslips then you can use those, your bank statements, your employment contract and an affidavit as proof for SARS.
MissingIRP5says: 29 August 2014 at 12:48
Is this something you can assist with or do I need to go to SARS directly?
TaxTimsays: 29 August 2014 at 16:43
You will need to go to SARS unfortunately as they will have to see all your documents and you need to explain that situation.
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