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Advice for mom whose son gets paid via her account

Sep 07 2015 17:13

A taxpayer is seeking advice on how to file a tax return when her son's earnings are being paid into her bank account.


What is the tax on a firm making R120k a year?

Aug 23 2015 22:13

What are the tax and VAT implications that I need to be aware of at this stage of the business, asks a small business owner.


Income tax codes for working outside SA

Aug 20 2015 22:05

A local company wants to know if it has treated the tax affairs of the six expats working on a project in Angola correctly.


How to claim for tax on pension moved to UK

Aug 20 2015 21:46

A Fin24 user wants to know how to claim for tax charged on a private pension transferred to the UK.


How to file when no tax was withheld

Aug 12 2015 14:29

A Fin24 user wants to know how to handle payments received where no tax has been withheld fro 'piece' work.


Can I claim if I freelance?

Aug 12 2015 14:15

Advice for a Fin24 user who wants to know if he can claim if he is a freelancer.


Tips to avoid eFiling scams

Aug 07 2015 18:29

Over 3.3 million taxpayers submit returns via Sars eFiling and there has been a noticeable increase in attacks from cyber criminals looking to take advantage.


Can I claim for my own medical expenses?

Aug 07 2015 15:57

A Fin24 user wants to know if she can claim her out-out-pocket medical expenses on her tax return even though she's on her husband's medical aid.


What to do when tax docs burn

Aug 03 2015 13:19

Advice for a Fin24 users whose supporting documents for tax filing have been destroyed in a fire.


Home care and medical rebates

Jul 21 2015 18:23

A Fin24 users wants to know if he can include home care for his elderly wife in his medical rebate calculation.


What are the limits on claiming travel expenses?

Jul 21 2015 17:34

A Fin24 user seeks clarity on limits on claiming travel expenses on tax returns and what the implications are for exceeding the limits.


SA must raise tax on rich to lift revenue - OECD

Jul 17 2015 13:22

SA should increase taxes on wealthier individuals to help boost revenue for the nation’s growing demands, says the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.

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