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  • Not sure if you're liable to pay income tax this tax season? Here's the answer
  • The 2014 tax-filing season for individual taxpayers officially gets underway tomorrow (1 July). It'll come to an end on 21 November 2014. If you're not sure whether you have to complete and submit an Income Tax Return (ITR12) to SARS, we've got you covered. Continue reading to find out if you're liable to pay income tax this tax season. *********** New release ************ Avoid costl... ››› more
  • [30 June 2014]
  • The 2014 tax season is here - beware of these scams
  • The 2014 tax season officially starts on 1 July 2014. You have until 21 November 2014 to complete and submit your Income Tax Return (ITR12) to SARS. Sadly, tax season opens new doors for fraudsters to prey on unsuspecting taxpayers. To avoid being duped this tax season, beware of the following scams... *********** Best seller ************* Avoid 200% tax penalty Find out how t... ››› more
  • [30 June 2014]
  • Tired of forking out thousands to SARS? There are two tax-saving tips that can help
  • Tax can cost you thousands every year. It's not uncommon for people to fall behind with their income tax and that means being in debt to SARS. SARS is one organisation you don't want to owe a huge amount of money to because it'll open you up to audits, seizures, fines and possibly jail time. But you don't have to go the route of tax evasion to catch a tax break. There are easy, safe and t... ››› more
  • [06 June 2014]
  • Do you need to register an ex-employee for tax to comply with IRP5 rules?
  • Picture this: You've reached the end of the tax year and you're trying to sort out your employees' taxes. You realise some of the employee who left before the end of the tax year earned above the R60 000 income tax threshold for the year but didn't register for tax. What do you do? Do you register them or not? The Practical Tax Loose Leaf has the answer and it may surprise you. *********... ››› more
  • [29 May 2014]
  • Who's affected by Section 23 (m) of the Income Tax Act?
  • The draconian Section 23 (m) of the Income Tax Act has been with us for a while. SARS applies its provisions mercilessly. Know where you stand regarding its application and be sure you stay one step ahead of the taxman. Continue reading as we help you determine whether or not Section 23 (m) affects you. The Income Tax Act requires you to pay normal tax on your taxable income. Even though person... ››› more
  • [24 January 2014]
  • How to complete your Income Tax Return by eFiling
  • Did you file your 2013 tax returns at your SARS branch? If so, that doesn't have to be case next year. You can use e-Filing, it's much simpler and you don't have to wait in long lines. Here's how to complete your Income Tax Return on eFiling. If you're one of the people who still go to a SARS branch to file tax returns, it's time to change your ways. Use SARS' eFiling platform instead! SARS... ››› more
  • [12 December 2013]
  • Exempt Income: 23 Absolute exemptions you can take advantage of
  • Exempt income is income you can exclude when you calculate your income tax. You can exclude exempt income from your tax calculation when it meets one of these 23 conditions... You need to be careful when it comes to exempt income. The Income Tax Act states that you can only exclude exempt income from your tax calculation and not pay any income tax on it when it meets one of these conditions... ››› more
  • [04 December 2013]
  • What is exempt income?
  • Did you know that there are certain types of income you don't have to pay income tax on? If not, you're not alone. Many business owners forget that exempt income exists. Now you don't have to. Read on to find out more about exempt income so you can take advantage and keep money in your business. Don't know what exempt income is? If so, here's a simple explanation for you… Exempt income ex... ››› more
  • [04 December 2013]
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