The Employment Tax Incentive Act can help you:
· Legally claim a tax
incentive when you hire temporary employees
· Claim a tax
incentive on learnerships
· Manage the risks and penalties involved with the Employment Tax Incentive Act
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You must pay to train and/or educate staff, for whom you claim the ETI
for, as directed by the Minister of Finance.
At this stage, nothing has been published yet.
But to protect your business from being disqualified by this rule, you should regularly keep an eye out online, on the media and on SARS notifications to see if any new conditions have been published regarding ETI
Also ensure that your tax
practitioner keeps herself updated with tax
issues, and make sure that she lets you know about any new ETI
conditions you must comply with.
Don't unfairly dismiss
, or even retrench, existing staff and replace them with staff who'll qualify for the ETI.
Doing so will lead to an immediate disqualification by SARS.
If an employee you dismiss
, for the above-mentioned reasons, happens to take you to the CCMA, you could risk disqualifying your entire
claim for all of your qualifying employees.
If you do plan to dismiss
or retrench someone whom you'll replace with an ETI-
qualifying individual, ensure that you do so in accordance with labour law. And be very careful along the way, as complications can easily arise here.
Remember that SARS will keep a very close eye on you if you retrench staff for financial reasons, or downscale, and replace those staff members with ones who qualify for the ETI.
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