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There is nowhere to list my deductions as a self employed business owner

Posted 10 September 2013 under Tax Questions



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I am filling out the tax return and despite having said Yes to being a provisional tax payer it is asking me questions relevant only to an employee, such as do I have a company car etc and keeps referring to my IRP5, which obviously I don't have, being self employed.

Has something gone wrong, am I filling in the wrong form? Where do I list my deductions, of which there are many?

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TaxTimTaxTim says:
10 September 2013 at 17:31

All questions of the tax return are asked in the TaxTim process as being a provisional taxpayer does not mean you are not a salaried employee - so we ask everything for completeness sake.

The third last set of questions relating to Local Business Income will ask you all the relevant questions related to the expenses you wish to deduct and of course all the income too.


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