SARS Deadline

November 21, 2016 in Email, Newsletter

SARS Deadline

25-11-2016 – Deadline for submissions at a SARS branch (non-provisional) for 2016 Tax Season.

25-11-2016 – Deadline for eFiling submissions (non-provisional) for 2016 Tax Season.
Dec 30, 2015

Important Dates – Sars

www.sars.gov.za/Pages/Important-Dates.aspx 

TAX SEASON 2016 FOR INDIVIDUALS

2016 Tax Season for Individuals is now open from 1 July 2016. Be ready. We’re ready, South Africa. Let’s make our country great.
During Tax Season, you need to submit your income tax return (ITR12) so we can reconcile the  tax on your income and the tax-deductible expenses for the year of assessment (1 March 2015 – 29 February 2016). This may, in some cases, result in a refund.
Tax Season runs from July to November every year. For provisional taxpayers who submit via eFiling, it runs until January of the following year.

Important due dates

  • 25 November 2016 –  At a SARS branch (provisional and non-provisional)
  • 25 November 2016 – eFiling (non-provisional)
  • 31 January 2017 – Provisional taxpayers via eFiling

For more info visit http://www.sars.gov.za/TaxTypes/PIT/Tax-Season/Pages/default.aspx

Source:http://www.sars.gov.za/TaxTypes/PIT/Tax-Season/Pages/default.aspx

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SARS Important due dates

October 20, 2016 in Email, Newsletter, Uncategorized

SARS Important due dates

TAX SEASON 2016 FOR INDIVIDUALS

2016 Tax Season for Individuals is now open from 1 July 2016. Be ready. We’re ready, South Africa. Let’s make our country great.
During Tax Season, you need to submit your income tax return (ITR12) so we can reconcile the  tax on your income and the tax-deductible expenses for the year of assessment (1 March 2015 – 29 February 2016). This may, in some cases, result in a refund.
Tax Season runs from July to November every year. For provisional taxpayers who submit via eFiling, it runs until January of the following year.

Important due dates

  • 25 November 2016 –  At a SARS branch (provisional and non-provisional)
  • 25 November 2016 – eFiling (non-provisional)
  • 31 January 2017 – Provisional taxpayers via eFiling

For more info visit http://www.sars.gov.za/TaxTypes/PIT/Tax-Season/Pages/default.aspx

Source:http://www.sars.gov.za/TaxTypes/PIT/Tax-Season/Pages/default.aspx

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Telkom Mobile

February 26, 2016 in Email

Telkom Mobile

Are you using Telkom Mobile in Lenasia (Or any other area covered by Telkom Mobile) and experiencing poor service in terms of data connection, where your internet is working intermittently (Working/Stop Working regularly).

  1. Dial 180 from a Telkom Mobile Sim/Phone, and choose option 1 on the voice prompt if you calling from the number you require assistance.
  2. Choose option 8 on the voice prompt and log a fault.
  3. Remember to take down your reference number of the fault being logged.

(If you not calling from the number you require assistance with, than in step one Choose Option 2 and enter the number you require assistance with and follow on to Step 2 and Step 3).

(081 180 from a non-Telkom Mobile Sim/Phone to log a fault for your Telkom Mobile Data Sim)

The support Team might ask you to connect to MTN Network, Remember this will then be on roaming and your internet/data bundles will be depleted in no time. So mention there should solve the problem and not offer roaming services as there do cover most parts of Lenasia for data.

Alternatively visit the Telkom Mobile Site and Choose to Chat/Email/Find a Store to report your fault.

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Community Notice: Service Delivery Disruption

February 8, 2016 in Email

05 FEB 2016-PIKITUP CONTINUES TO EXPERIENCE SERVICE DISRUPTION

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PIKITUP CONTINUES TO EXPERIENCE SERVICE DISRUPTION

The Waste Management Company of the City of Johannesburg, Pikitup continues to experience service delivery disruptions due to an illegal work stoppage by its employees affiliated to the union SAMWU.

This illegal work stoppage affects refuse collection for  residents and business owners whose waste is collected on Thursdays and Fridays, in all the regions of the City of Johannesburg.

We therefore appeal to residents and business owners to bear with us and to continue to leave their bins and excess waste inside their yards until further notice.

These disruptions are of great concern to us, our shareholder (the City of Johannesburg) but most importantly our residents and the business owners serviced by Pikitup on a daily basis.

Pikitup once again apologises to residents and business owners on the service disruptions. Every effort is being made to speedily address this unsolicited work stoppage.

The City of Johannesburg, the Board and management of Pikitup condemns this unlawful action taken by SAMWU. This is against the spirit of the ongoing engagement with SAMWU and the concessions made by the City of Johannesburg and Pikitup to accommodate SAMWU’s demands.

Pikitup Management apologises for the inconvenience caused.

ISSUED BY: PIKITUP, THE CITY OF JOHANNESBURG’S WASTE MANAGEMENT

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New Business Listing Approved

January 8, 2016 in Email

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Reminder of important and useful info

December 12, 2015 in Email

Reminder of important and useful info

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SAPS Lenasia SouthPhone: 011-8551013 Fax: 011-8552199

Lenasia South CPF: 083 444 8786

Flying Squad | Police: 101 11

Ambulance and Fire Department: 101 77

Fire Department and Rescue Service: 011 37 55 911

Any Emergency: 112

(From any Cell Phone, The cell phone dont have to have airtime or even a sim card as long as it has battery life you can dial 112)

Joburg Water: Switchboard: (T) 011 688 1400  (F) 011 688 1528 (24/7) 0860 562 874

Report water leaks burst pipes etc.

City Power: Telephone 24 hours:   011 490 7484 Fax: 011 870 3800

Email: customerservice@citypower.co.za | Report electricity problems etc

JRA: Email: hotline@jra.org.za – Please report potholes, defective traffic lights or other road problems

Please include pictures, closes crossing streets, location of problem etc

Download look and log which has contact details for the city of joburg services etc

Other:

Daaz Alarms (Pty) Ltd: 011 049 9989 or 078 1010 863

Tns Security Services CC: 011 211 3291

Sheikh Cctv Security Camera: 011 211 3214

Barn Security Services CC : 011 2112224

Alarmnet CC: 011 855 4514
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Pikitup Workers Strike

November 24, 2015 in Email

Pikitup Workers Strike

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JOHANNESBURG – Waste management company Pikitup has confirmed its workers affiliated to the South African Municipal Workers’ Union (Samwu) have gone on strike, which has affected most of its depots in Johannesburg.

Workers went on an unprotected strike on Monday.

It’s still unclear what their grievances are.

Pikitup’s Jacky Mashapu says they will be meeting with the employees today to try and find out exactly what the issue is.

“These workers have not lodged a dispute with their employer in terms of the protocols of labour relations. We were surprised to be told they’d downed tools.”

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Reminder Tax Season 2015 for Individuals Deadlines.

October 29, 2015 in Email

Reminder Tax Season 2015 for Individuals Deadlines.

1 July 2015 was the start of the 2015 Tax Season for Individuals.
During Tax Season, you need to submit an ITR12 (which is your Income Tax Return) so we can calculate your tax on your income and the tax-deductible expenses for the assessment year (1 March  2014 – 28 February 2015), which may, in some cases, result in a refund.
The Tax Season runs from July to November every year. For provisional taxpayers who submit via eFiling, it runs until January of the next year.
The important dates are:
  • 30 September 2015 – Manual/postal submissions
  • 27 November 2015 –  At a SARS branch (non-provisional)
  • 27 November 2015 – eFiling (non-provisional)
  • 29 January 2016 – Provisional taxpayers via eFiling
 Be ‘tax smart’ and see our tips for this tax season:

Tax Tip #1

Don’t file a tax return if you don’t need to

You don’t need to file if your total salary earned during 1 March 2014 – 28 February 2015 for the 2015 tax year is not more than R350 000 (before tax), provided:
  • You only have one employer (but remember if you have two employers or income sources e.g. late spouse / partner pension income, exam markings income, moonlighting income etc you do need to file even if the total is still under R350 000) or
  • You have no car allowance or other income (e.g. interest or rent) or
  • You are not claiming tax related deductions (e.g. medical expenses, retirement etc) or
  • You received interest from a source in South Africa not exceeding –
    • R23 800 if you are below the age of 65 years; or
    • R34 500 if you aged 65 years or older or
  • Dividends were paid to you and you were a non-resident during the 2015 year of assessment.

If you are still unsure if you need to file a tax return, click here.

Top tip: Trusts are required to submit an annual Income Tax Return (IT12TR), as well.

Tax Tip #2

Looking for your tax number?

Your income tax reference number is a unique 10-digit number issued by SARS to a taxpayer on registration.
If you are registered, you can find your tax number on your:
  • Notice of registration from SARS (only available at a SARS Branch and not via the SARS Contact Centre)
  • Employee Tax Certificate (IRP5/IT3(a))
  • Income Tax Workpage on eFiling, if you’re a registered eFiler.

Top tip: What else to do if you need your tax number?

Tax Tip #3

No login details. No problem

Forgot your eFiling username and password? Follow these easy steps:

  • Visit www.sarsefiling.co.za
  • Click on Login
  • Click on the question mark icon
  • Request your login details
  • We’ll send it to your SARS registered email address or cellphone number

Still stuck? Call us on 0800 00 7277 or get more tips here if you have forgotten your eFiling login details.

Top tip: If you’re not registered yet for eFiling, follow our simple and easy steps to register.

Tax Tip #4

Make accurate claims

To avoid penalties, make sure you have the correct documentation and proof for every claim you make.

  • Only use info and figures that reflect on your supporting documents
  • Use ONLY the amounts reflected on your contribution certificates from your retirement annuity fund, income protection scheme, medical aid etc.
  • Make sure you keep an accurate logbook and do not fabricate kilometres travelled
  • Don’t inflate the value of your vehicle.

Tax Tip #5

Don’t lie on your tax return

Overstating the number of dependants or expenses for medical claims is a criminal offence.

  • Only claim for the actual number of dependants registered on your medical aid
  • Don’t overstate your out-of-pocket medical expenses because SARS will ask for your receipts
  • Medication that has not been prescribed may not be claimed for.

For more info on Medical rebates, click here.

Tax Tip #6

Don’t hide it. We’ll find it!

We are closing in on undeclared income and overstated expenses.

  • Declare all income you received during the year of assessment like rent, interest and income from your part-time job
  • If a deduction does not exist – do not claim for it!

Tax Tip #7

Be prepared

Have the applicable documents on hand to complete your tax return, such as:

  • IRP5 or IT3(a) certifcates from your employer or pension fund
  • Financial statements (e.g. business income)
  • Medical aid certificates and receipts
  • Retirement annuity fund contribution certificates
  • Tax certificates for investment income (IT3(b))
  • Completed confirmation of diagnosis of disability form (ITR-DD)
  • Information relating to capital gain transactions
  • Travel logbook

Remember, if you’re filing at a SARS branch you must bring all the listed documents applicable to you, plus original proof of identity (ID, temporary ID, passport or driver’s licence).

Tax Tip #8

Don’t fall for scams

Don’t be fooled by emails asking for your personal info

  • SARS will never request your banking details or personal details in any communication that you receive by post, email, phone or SMS
  • SARS will also not send you any hyperlinks to other websites – even those of banks
  • There are no links to any bank on this website.

Tax Tip #9

Be ‘tax smart’ and eFile

eFiling is the quickest and easiest wayto submit your return

  • Visit eFiling to register and submit your return online
  • If you’re an eFiler download the eFiling app and submit your return via your smartphone or tablet
  • Need help? Click on the Help-You-eFile icon on eFiling (when filing from your computer) and follow the prompts to get access to a friendly SARS Contact Centre agent.

Need help?

Another tip: Stay informed by visiting the website regularly, or even better, subscribe to our RSS feeds and you will be alerted when any changes are made to the pages you subscribe too!
Source: http://www.sars.gov.za/TaxTypes/PIT/Tax-Season/Pages/default.aspx

Application For Learner Admission into schools

May 7, 2015 in Email, Newsletter

Application For Learner Admission into schools

The Learner Admissions application gives parents/guardians a platform to register a learner to a schools online.

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The benefits:

  • Eliminates long queues at schools
  • Allows for better record keeping and simple tracking of the learner application process and documentation (digitized)
  • Help in providing statistics to assist in planning processes

Register as a parent/guardian…

Source: http://www.gdeadmissions.gov.za/Home/Index

New listing added – Company Registrations/Changes

April 24, 2015 in Newsletter

Company Registrations/Changes
Annual returns
Income Tax registrations
Copy of Title Deeds
Information on foreign companies
011 083 7581 | info AT cipcannualreturns dot co dot za
More info on www.cipcannualreturns.co.za 

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